A Hilarious Take on Winging Team Presentations in the Office

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I honestly believe that everyone has had at least one awful experience working and presenting as a group. It’s hard not to see why. There’s always going to be some guy that feels inclined to wing a team presentation like it’s a great idea.

Spoiler alert: Winging any presentation is a terrible idea, and you will end up looking pretty foolish. Don’t even consider it.

Still, there are rare moments in history when winging a presentation can be the most magnificent thing an audience could ever experience.

Lucky for you, I have come across such an occurrence; one that I will most certainly share with you.

Winging Team Presentations

I was browsing Reddit and came across a video that demonstrates the sheer beauty of winging a team presentation.

The video features Blake Anderson, Adam Devine and Anders Holm, the stars of the hit TV show Workaholics. The trio was asked to give a presentation on teamwork to a group of people in an office.

But there’s a catch.

The three presenters did not prepare for anything. In fact, they have never even seen the PowerPoint slides.

These guys perfectly depicted a presentation experience that we are all too familiar with.

If you have 10 minutes, then you need to watch this video right now. Trust me; it’s worth it.

Isn’t it a masterpiece?

Okay, maybe the slides don’t look so great. The sound could use a little more work, too.

But that team presentation chemistry had me going. Heck, this entire video had me laughing for a good while.

In fact, I don’t even know what’s funnier, the video or the comments on the Reddit thread.

A reddit thread showing how different people keep making different versions of the same presentaiton
Oh man, this is the worst.

What’s Your Team Presentation Experience?

Now that you’ve had a good laugh, maybe you’re in a position to let me know about an experience you may have had.

If you feel like telling me what you’ve been through, then drop a line in the comments section below!

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