Zoom has become a way of life for some people as of late (despite, uh, some safety concerns), especially when it comes to work meetings. Whether it’s a company-wide all hands or a team check-in, it’s likely that if you’re working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, you’ve had to see your coworkers’ shining faces in a video call.
Actor, writer, and Groundlings comedian Caitlin Reilly perfectly encapsulated that one co-worker you just can’t stand during these video meetings:
It’s so relevant it hurts. Who hasn’t heard the phrase “to piggyback off of” during one of these calls?
The inspiration behind the ‘tok was experiences Reilly had sitting in Zoom meetings on behalf of her boss. “I had actually never been in a zoom meeting before, so it was funny for me to see all the different ‘personality’ types in a situation like that,” Reilly told Mashable. “And so it popped in my head one day and I just made the video.”
Reilly has been handling quarantine the way we’ve all had: TikToks and wine. OK, and a little yoga too. “Yoga has been a life saver,” she said. “And so has wine. TikTok has also definitely been a really fun distraction to make my own content and be productive in some way.”
Since the social media app is an outlet for Reilly, we hope that means they’ll be more relatable TikToks to come.