"I haven't tried skydiving but I imagine the rush is like joining a zoom meeting with your camera already on."
Business in the front, party in the back.
The Australian comic insisted: "If you say [something] and you lose your audience, then you have probably said the wrong thing."
"Instead of telling my husband I'm annoyed with him, I'm just gonna put strawberries in a salad."
For the 394th Judicial District Court in Texas, attorney Rod Ponton showed up to a Zoom court hearing, unable to change his cute kitten filter. He was willing to proceed, as the judge tried to help and his assistant helplessly clicked around trying to remove it.
"Even after Covid can we all agree introverts don't ever have to go to work-related parties again?"
Savaged by critics and social media users alike, yet the BBC One comedy is regularly the most watched show at Christmas.
Political U-turns may be tragic for our plans, but they're ripe for comedy – as this lot know.
Your festive Zoom calls will never look better, snowflakes.