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Voice Bombing

verb; analogy
To have your voice picked up by someone else’s call.
 
Used especially with reference to video calls in the Coronavirus pandemic. Someone could be speaking in the other room or calling out to the person in a call. Can be somewhat embarrassing, especially if the person being “voice bombed” didn’t know their microphone was on.
Etymology : Analogy to “photobomb,” which in turn is an analogy to “Google bomb.” The “photo” was replaced by “voice.”
Source : “I hope I don’t get voice bombed during the call.” (Friend, ~October of 2020)
Last modified: 26 November 2020


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