WATCH: Boring office work meets fun sports commentary

By Erik Crouch, February 2, 2015

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For Americans in China, there is the unfortunate fact of life that one of the year's wildest, most boozy events, the Super Bowl, falls on a Monday morning. While those folks stateside are chowing down on nachos and gulping Budweiser, it's time for us in the East to mosey off to the office (ok, maybe with a thermos full of Budweiser, just as tribute).

Well, this latest video from Mamahuhu combines these worlds - the droning, nose-picking (and snot-eating, apparently) life in the office with the excited, occasionally-Spanish world of sports commentary. Enjoy.

Also, for the VPN-less (at work, perhaps?), check it out on Youku:

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