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Awkward "Forgot to Turn Their Mic Off" Stories

With so many classes going remote, it only makes sense that there would be a huge number of instances of students and teachers making some serious errors over video calls. There's students getting caught badmouthing their teachers, students getting extremely personal, and all sort of mishaps going on when people forget to turn off their mic.

Stories of students and teachers forgetting to turn off their mic | redditor_number_2156 during an all school meeting teacher and his wife got an argument and could hear them yelling at each other
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Not sure if our man A.J. Clemente was having a panic attack or something but he managed to let everyone know right into his mic. He even tried to gather himself for a moment but man did that not go well either. After this he was fired and was interviewed on Late Night television. Not sure where he is today though...

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This excited reporter made a fatal error while doing a high school spirit report live on air. Sure he's got spirit, but when he gets a little too up close and personal with the tuba and has to deal with the consequences in real time. Goddammit tubas are hilarious. Honestly, this news tuba fail might be art.

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It's cool, the amount of bleached hair and cleavage is directly proportional to the probability that she's lip-synching.

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Hot mics… they’ll get you every time. Just ask Robert Durst.

Fortunately, this latest gaffe was a lot more innocent.

Wisconsin forward Nigel Hayes was having some fun with the stenographers at a press conference in L.A. on Wednesday, trying to test their skills with a complicated word: “syzygy.”

Soon after, one of these women caught his attention, and he shared his opinion of her with his teammates unaware that everyone in the room could hear him as well.

“God she’s beautiful,” he said, quickly realizing his mistake. He then covered his face in shame as he was suddenly thrust into viral video stardom.

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The mostly Canadian crowd came to the rescue of singer Michelle Madeira, who was struggling with "The Star Spangled Banner" Tuesday night when her microphone started cutting out.

She was performing both the U.S. and Canadian anthems prior to the Nashville Predators vs. Toronto Maple Leafs game at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

Unfortunately, for Canada, the Maple Leafs lost 9-2.

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*Caution – Contains some adult language

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