Due to spread of coronaviru,Cara Fields and her husband have been forced to work from home
The couple are also helping their kids with digital classrooms
Cara Fields, a Director and Marketing Chief of Staff at Elanco ,wrote on Facebook and LinkedIn that her husband Matt, 35, has taken up the funny new ‘hobby’ during quarantine.
When she is busy on a video call for work, he comes into the room and sits behind her dresses as a cowboy, Where’s Waldo, and even Batman.
Her husband Matt, 35, has been coming in and sitting behind her during the calls
‘The colleagues I’m meeting with always see him before I do. Never a dull moment in this household!’ she wrote
‘Friends started mailing him Halloween costumes. I’m told that more costumes are in transit!’ she said
‘I’m still not used to people cracking up during a conference call without me noticing he’s there,’ she wrote after he’d come out in several costumes.
He’s played the prank on their daughter, too, popping up behind the kindergartner while she participates in a Google classroom.
He’s had plenty of outfits to wear thanks to friends who followed her social media updates.
‘Friends started mailing him Halloween costumes. I’m told that more costumes are in transit!’ she added.
Luckily, it hasn’t been too much of a disruption for her at work.
After Cara shared pictures of her husband’s gags on LinkedIn, they immediately went viral. “He has always loved wearing ridiculous things in public to embarrass me,” Cara told Bored Panda. “So when I converted our dining room into an office where my camera faced the dining room table, he saw a virtual opportunity to embarrass me during the pandemic.”
‘My colleagues love this. It’s so strange to see a team of people laughing while you’re presenting, and then realizing something ridiculous is going on behind you,’ she said.
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