Uh Oh: You Said ‘Poggers’ In A Work Setting And Now Have To Explain What Twitch Is

If you’ve found this article by way of frantic Google searching from the unisex single bathroom at work, you’re in the right place. Let us guess—you said “poggers” when Diane said they got a food truck to come by for lunch, and now you need to explain what Twitch is without having to look for another job.

The first step here is to make sure that this never happens again. It might be too late for you—they might have checked your history and seen that you’re a 13-month Amouranth sub, and security may already be on the way. That’s why it’s important to use an incognito browser when watching streams at work, and if possible, to only watch Linus Tech Tips PC build streams.

Next, it’s time to explain what poggers means to your employer. While doing this, you’re going to want to gloss over a few things, and make absolutely sure to not use any visual examples that could show other comments from within Twitch chat—that is, unless you also want to explain what “cucklord” means.

At this stage, it may be wise to field any questions from your colleagues—anything to prevent them from going to Twitch.tv and seeing that the top three streamers are either in a hot tub, getting into a hot tub, or Asmongold.

Lastly, you may want to lay low for a while—it’s bad enough your colleagues know you watch VTubers, but you might have a colleague who also uses Twitch and will want to talk to you about it. Avoid speaking with this person at all costs.

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