0327 GMT January 17, 2021
Like many others, Cara Fields and her husband Matt from Indiana have been adapting to their new work-life balance - home-schooling their children and staying on top of their nine to five jobs, mirror.co.uk reported.
But, Cara explained to Bored Panda that in order to give her — and her colleagues — a much needed laugh in these tough times, Matt started appearing in her Zoom conference calls dressed up in silly costumes.
She said he's always loved embarrassing her in public, so this was the obvious next step.
She said: "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."
At first, Cara's husband's started accessorizing with items from his wardrobe.
A cowboy hat here, hunting gear and Hawaiian shirts there — pretty subtle overall.
But it wasn't long before things started to escalate.
She explained that their friends started sending him extravagant Halloween outfits in the post to keep up appearances — and they didn't disappoint.
One day he wore a Batman outfit and the next he was Where's Wally.
Cara started posting pictures of his outfits on LinkedIn and everyone thought it was hilarious.
One person said: "This is the best" and then suggested they "dress up as one another and change seats."
Another added: "This is wonderful and what a nice distraction right now."
A third said: "That is awesome. Funniest thing I've seen yet."
And: "That's hysterical!! Good sense of humor!"
But, it's not just her LinkedIn connections that adored what he was doing, her colleagues also enjoying his regular appearances.