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US: 7-year-old Boy Wears A Suit For Online Class, Netizens Say 'send Resume, He's Hired'

The picture, which one of the users called “priceless” depicts a candid moment US' Brian walked on after he was asked by his wife to check up on their son.


An adorable image of a 7-year-old suited up for his early morning zoom class and signalling his dad not to disturb as he was on a call has intrigued the internet. Shared by the dad, Brian Kieffer, on his Twitter handle the image has amassed over 68.2k likes and 15.4k retweets as the elders are impressed with the young lad’s dedication.  

The picture, which one of the users said was “priceless”, depicts a candid moment as Brian walked on after he was asked by his wife to check up on their son. The amused father wrote in the caption that it took him everything to not bust out laughing upon the sight he had landed on. He said that his little son had actually put on a suit for his zoom class in the morning and was concerned that he would interrupt. Therefore, while still seated the kid gestured at his dad that he was on a call. 

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"Send his resume"

“My granddaughter puts a sign on her door that reads ‘Zoom meeting, NO noise!’”, wrote a user.” What I love about this is that the universal "I'm on a call" signal uses a hand shaped like a landline phone receiver's handset, even though it's an online call by a kid who's probably never used one,” wrote another user. “Can he send me his resume?” wrote the third, as the users continue to pour in reactions on the adorable picture.  

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