Last week, a BBC interview went viral after a father of two was interrupted by his kids as he was discussing the political crisis in South Korea, and now the parodies have started rolling in.
One comes from New Zealand comedy show Jono and Ben and offers a working woman's take on the situation with absolutely hilarious results.
In the clip, posted to Facebook, a mom has no trouble answering tricky questions as she helps her children, cooks a turkey, steam-cleans a shirt, cleans a toilet and even diffuses a bomb before her husband enters asking for help finding a sock.
The video closely copies professor Robert Kelly's original interview, as the young girl sports a yellow shirt and the baby rolls in on a walker. Through it all, the mom never breaks a sweat as she finishes the interview before preparing to help her husband find his sock.
Working moms can clearly relate, as the video currently has over 17 million views.
“Shout out to all the working women out there defusing bombs on a regular basis!” the caption reads.
[H/T / Facebook / Jono and Ben]
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