21 Times Video Conference Calls Went Hilariously Wrong
Video conferencing is new to a lot of us, and that means there are bound to be incidents. At least we can all laugh at ourselves!
Now that the entire world is attempting to conduct their business from the comfort of their homes using Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or a number of other video conferencing apps, we’re bound to run into some glitches. There are plenty of etiquette rules you can now ignore because of coronavirus. But refraining from using the toilet, for example, during a video call with your boss is a professional behavior that’s definitely still firmly in place. Now, get ready to have a hearty chuckle at these video conferencing fails. New to the remote work life? You’ll definitely need to know these 13 golden rules for working from home.
Senior spring has set in for all of us.
Around the world, we’re all feeling the struggle.
One man’s embarrassment has provided a lot of smiles in such an uncertain time. Spread the love even more with these hilarious tweets you’ll want to send to your sister ASAP.
Conference call mistakes can cross international borders, too.
YouTube is really cracking down on the local Pre-K crime syndicates.
We get the feeling you need a bit of advice on how to successfully self-isolate with your family.
Sometimes, you can definitely lay the blame on Zoom.
Even when you’ve got everything under control, your quarantine buddies might not.
Just a thought, you may be interested in this: Here’s why I still get dressed to work from home every day.
Even well planned out webinars aren’t safe.
We’re just trying to work hard here.
Maybe the joy of bananas is what we all need to bring us closer together at the end of the day.
We like bananas, too! We also like these 8 other times working at home with kids went hilariously wrong.
It’s not just us employees who are facing hard times on these video chats.
Honestly? We’re just glad our ears don’t hear as well as our computer’s microphones.
We may be at home, but that doesn’t mean we should feel right at home.
Or maybe you just need an updated, working from home wardrobe. We’ve got you covered. Here are 15 stylish tops to wear for your next video call.
Please, please don’t do this.
Make sure you double, triple, maybe even quadruple check that invitation list. Just in case.
If you learn nothing else today, pay attention to this.
A lot of blood is running cold due to this tweet. https://t.co/dbcN6GZtee
— Barry Malone (@malonebarry) March 30, 2020
Take a deep breath, and check out these funny work cartoons that will help get you through the week instead of focusing on that news bomb.
We miss you, office, we really, really do.
Day 3 of WFH and my family started screaming while I was in a meeting and my coworker remarked: "Now I understand why you prefer to go into the office everyday."
— rimsha (@rimshutup) March 18, 2020
At the end of the day, we all know who the real stars of quarantine have been.
The story of my WFH 😂 pic.twitter.com/WlGNpb2ToF
— டோனி ஸ்டார்க் – Tony Stark (@MaduraiStark) March 18, 2020
Love this? You definitely need these funny photos of cats “working from home” in your life.
Or maybe our pets are getting quite literally sick of us…
The people on this conference call don’t know, but I BARELY muted my micrphone before my dog did something I can only describe as a yell barf.
— Stan Horaczek (@stanhoraczek) March 18, 2020
AI has decided to be helpful during this trying time.
I'm in a WFH meeting and my Google Home just answered a question someone on the video call asked, unprompted.
I nearly jumped out of my skin. pic.twitter.com/Z5Bv4coG3u
— Ashley Casperite (@missalwayswrite) October 16, 2019
Just remember, you can always set a stock photo of a beautifully kept megamansion as your background.
The subject of every WFH Zoom meeting is actually "oh so that's where you live."
— R/GA (@RGA) March 11, 2020
Or avoid them seeing a house altogether and use one of these jaw-dropping photos of Iceland instead!
This new world of video conferencing has been hard on all of us. Videos like this one remind us that we’re all in it together.
It’s completely OK to laugh. Start with our funniest jokes of all time, and please, please remember these people before you hop on your next video conference call.