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Painful Video Describes Every Meeting Ever


No one really likes meetings.

The corporate blue sky thinkspeak, the wafflers, the innate sense that you really could be a lot more productive if you were doing stuff rather than talking about doing stuff: it's all enough to drive you mad.

Comedy duo Tripp and Tyler have neatly dissected all the elements that are usually present and correct in a meeting in this fantastically knowing and, by turns, hilarious and depressing video.

Now, of course, you won't achieve anything towards your working day by watching these three minutes - but just pretend you've been in a meeting instead which would've achieved a similar amount.



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