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What if the annoyances of conference calls happened in real-life meetings. Painfully accurate…and hilarious

The latest video from Tripp and Tyler depicts everyone in every conference call you’ve been a part of as if they were that way in an actual face-to-face meeting.

There’s 5-minutes-late guy, dog-barking-in-home-office guy, static-reception guy, and more…

(via Tastefully Offensive)

Share this with your work friends and commiserate together…

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4 responses to “What if the annoyances of conference calls happened in real-life meetings. Painfully accurate…and hilarious”

  1. CDM says:

    Oh. that would be me….

  2. Fairy says:

    Just did. He’s totally right.

  3. Quentin says:

    Ben, hilarious!

  4. RU4Real says:

    Working for a large company and with all of my meetings taking place over the phone, this video is so spot on. Every time I watch it I get tears in my eyes from laughing so hard.- I love the people talking over one another – The people who always have a problem connecting to the meeting – The background noise (crunching of papers, barking dogs, kids)Some of the other virtual meeting annoyances I have come across:- The headset too far away from the mouth so nobody can hear you person – The one person who puts you on hold causing everyone to have to listen to background music – The person talking to a cube neighbor and forgetting they are not on mute – The eating lunch at my desk person – The person on the cell phone walking outside on a windy day (not muted) – The dead silence when the speaker is finished and asks if anyone has questions – The moderator giving instructions for “press 1 on your keypad to ask a question.”But this video did a great job at capturing the popular annoyances that come with conference calls. Good stuff and spot on!

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