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November 12, 2020

See Work-from-Home Dad's 'Do Not Enter' Poster for His 5 Kids That Went Viral

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A father-of-five from Florida went viral after his hilarious work-from-home poster to derail his children from interrupting him during work made rounds on social media.

A general manager David Kuhl from Naples, Florida, has made headlines after a hilarious door poster he made for his five children while working from home went viral on social media.

Last week, Kuhl, who recently landed the position at Salo, LLC, took to Linkedin to share a funny image. Kuhl was seen in his home office facing a screen while two kids peeked from the door.

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On the door were different instructions for the kids for when they notice that their father is in a meeting. Alongside a do not enter sign drawn in a red marker, the following words read:

"Do not enter (or lose screen time for 2 days!) Answers to your questions: 'No.' 'Unless you are bleeding, it's fine.' 'Pieces of fruit.' 'In the wash.' 'Ask Mom!'"

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The engaging post had over 97,000 likes and over 3,000 comments from users lauding the father for coming up with such an innovative idea to derail the kids. Others also shared fun ideas that his post inspired.

In an interview with Good Morning America, Kuhl explained that the sign was part of a Halloween contest his company set up urging employees to share something about working home from the pandemic. He said about his decision to share it on social media, saying:

"I'm adjusting, balancing kids, and working from home. It has been comical at its best. People laughed and thought it was kind of creative, and then I decided to post it on LinkedIn."

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Kuhl, who had to work from home since the start of the pandemic, noted that his wife also works remotely. Explaining his instruction to the kids to ask their mom after some trolls attacked him for pouring the responsibility on his wife and Kuhl noted that they both share the parenting load often joke about who the children should ask.

In a similar vein, Gretchen Goldman from Washington D.C made rounds on Twitter when she shared a photo her husband took of her. The image was a collage of her interview and the behind the scenes photo of how the room looked when she was on national television.

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Although everything looked perfect on-screen, the reverse was the case as Goldman had to put the laptop on a chair, which she propped on a coffee table and was wearing just shorts underneath her yellow jacket.

The kids' toys were also scattered all over the room. The honesty of her post inspired other mothers to join the challenge and show what was genuinely happening during a zoom meeting or interview.

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Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Fifth Harmony's hit song, "Work From Home," has reportedly gone viral and returned to the Itunes Chart after it was observed that its lyrics were relevant to the current situation of most people working from home.

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