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"Get on the beers" Dan Andrew

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"Get on the beers" Dan Andrew

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Victorians saw their freedoms and their complacency eroded as the Andrews government introduced a second lockdown. As it continued past the expected four weeks, many found enjoyment in the meme of the Andrews government allowing Victorians to “get on the beers”.
The meme started during the first lockdown after Daniel Andrews stated on the 22nd of March that the closure of the pubs was not an excuse to “have all your mates ‘round to home and get on the beers…”. Since then, it has become a joke on the internet about when Daniel Andrews will finally allow Victorians to get back on the beers.
Since the easing of restrictions, the joke has morphed from a desire to get out of lockdown and back to pubs, into a celebration of the success of the second lockdown. One musical duo, MASHD N KUTCHER, made a remix of Andrews from different press conferences from the second lockdown to be played at bars and clubs now that Victorians are able to go out. Through the creativity of such people, an admonishment by the premier has evolved to a shared joke, and then into a celebration of the persistence and patience of Victorians to go through a second lockdown successfully.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0NFqOHFJvw
This is an image shared around social media illustrating how Andrew's warning about getting on the beers has become a meme.

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Facebook

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Date Submitted (Dublin Core)

11/24/2020

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12/7/2020

Date Created (Dublin Core)

10/26/2020

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This item was submitted on November 24, 2020 by Grace Stickland using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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