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Don't Be That Guy: Handy Tips For Keeping Your Junk In Your Trunks On Zoom Calls


In these strange days in which tens of millions of Americans videoconference while they work from home, it's no surprise that occasionally, one may spy a bit of junk. And no, not the junk in the sense of a co-worker's collection of creepy mannequin parts, or another's assortment of vintage Cabbage Patch dolls. Rather, seeing a co-worker's naughty bits. Private parts. Genitals! Hopefully, you don't plan to show your bits and pieces to Jerry from Accounts Receivable. So to make sure that never happens, Gizmodo has some handy tips. First, wear clothing that covers you not only from the waist up. You might forget, and stand up. Oops! And remember that muting yourself on Zoom calls only mutes your audio. If you absolutely must get your rod and tackle out, hit 'stop video' first. Please!

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