By now, most of us have grown painfully accustomed to attending work, meetings, class, and even socializing via Zoom. And while the program has been a lifesaver in these "unprecedented" times, it's not without its pitfalls. One of these pitfalls is the fact that the boundary between our personal lives and our public lives is more tenuous than ever, relying heavily on an elusive little thing called the "mute" button, that so many of us have forgotten to press—at the most inopportune moments.
1.) From ghostdogtheconquerer:
Attorney here - when I literally said "sh*t" while getting off a court call.
To be clear, this was audible to the judge and all other virtual hearing participants
2.) From IndividualNegative92: