Video chatting can be awkward even when you’re talking to your best friend. Not only is it hard to find the right angle, but you’re also bound to be interrupted by a child, a pet, or your Internet connection.
Since the novel coronavirus quarantine began, many of us have endured these calls with everyone, not just our BFFs. It’s an adventure, to say the least. Understanding this dilemma, one Reddit user made a video that demonstrates the different types of people on a Zoom call, and he absolutely nailed it!
The two-minute clip is full of examples of the many habits people form online. For example, there’s “the one who is clearly watching TV” and “the one on the iPad” (complete with nice shots of his finger accidentally blocking the camera every now and then).
No stereotype was too small for him to notice! He set up a hilarious background to relate perfectly to “the one in front of a bookcase” and brought in an assortment of props for people like “the drinker.”
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He obviously struck a chord with people around the world. How could he not? It’s so easy to identify with these groups, although he didn’t think of all of them. As one viewer pointed out, “Where’s the one who is waaayyyyyy too close to the camera? That would be my boss.”
What a great way to bring smiles to our faces in the middle of this uncertain time. Now all that’s left is deciding which type you are!
Find out which category you fit best in the video below, share them with your friends to keep the fun going. For more stories of joy and hope, check out the Coronavirus Good News Dashboard.
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