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petek, 3 decembra, 2021

Man’s brutal assessment of woman’s home office makeover leaves people shocked

A woman who shared a photo of her new office on Twitter went viral after one stranger’s response to her decorations left people shocked by his blunt critique

In 2020, we are all spending a lot more time at home, and many of us have taken the opportunity to redecorate.

As kitchen counters and dinner tables have been transformed into inadequate home offices, many of us have ended up on Zoom with a less than suitable background.

Little quirks like sorting out the lighting and creating a makeshift stand for our laptops are the small things which can make it easier to work from home.

For those lucky enough to have a proper office, it’s been a real plus to be able to decorate it in their taste, making their everyday life just a little bit smoother.



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