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March 28, 2020


A survey of stay-at-home workers in the United States suggests 12 percent of workers have kept their cameras switched off during video calls due to a lack of clothing.

Related: As more work from home, Walmart sees rise in sales of tops, not bottoms

(Thanks to pharmaross)


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Yes, well, the 12 percent of people who have no problem being clothing optional are never the 12 percent that you'd actually want to see, init?

P.S. Sorry about the horrible attempt at a British accent, I've been binge watching Doc Martin the last few days...

I feel your pain old chap, Evil Mr. M. I've been binge watching BritBox and I have the same problem. The fact I also have a Southern accent really doesn't help the authenticity of my fake British accent either.

Sounds about right. We ended up with a backup copy of a training call because someone's pajamas were a bit out of character

Pants are half-off?

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