I'm a person who has worn glasses most of my life and has always hated wearing makeup. Besides needing them to see, I consider my progressive transitions lens glasses to be a fashion accessory.
As I was waiting in the senior line at Costco (where you can't go in without a mask) this morning, I saw many people wearing attractive and/or funny masks. Hooray! They were making the most of the situation. I don't mind wearing a mask at all and need to up my game on that.
As I read through the responses so far, I was reminded about how terrorist attacks and 9/11 changed the ways we go about our daily lives. The changes to how the world travels have been especially dramatic.
To me, wearing a mask is a trivial annoyance compared to all the other hoops we have to jump through to go where we want to go and do what we want to do. I'll get used to it and adapt just like any human.
And I can envision a time when wearing masks will be normal worldwide, as in "no, shirt, no shoes, no mask, no service."
I understand that there are people working on masks that will somehow accomodate eating and drinking. Compared to pulling the mask down or up, that sounds messy, awkward and like a PITA, but it will be something to see and try if an inventor or designer is successful.