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Too-real video captures the awkwardness of all your glitchy FaceTime calls

As more countries go into lockdown due to the coronavirus, people are substituting video calls for face-to-face human interaction in an attempt to maintain both social distancing and their sanity. Unfortunately, video calling is a laggy, pixellated mess even at the best of times — and these are definitely not the best of times, what with everyone stuck bingeing Netflix indefinitely.

Dealing with the problems of these dystopian times, comedians Eva Victor and Alyssa Limperis have released a short clip demonstrating the irritating struggles of chatting on a video call, complete with cut-off sentences and misheard words.  Read more…

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