Woman Parodies BBC Interview, Shows World How a Working Mom Rolls

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By now, you must have seen it, right?

Last week, a political science professor at Pusan National University in South Korea named Robert Kelly went viral while sitting in his home office and conducting an interview with the BBC.

Well... Kelly didn't really go viral. His kids went viral.

As you can see HERE, Kelly did he best to keep a straight face despite his infant toddler happily waddling into the room... and then his baby son quickly following adorable suit. 

In his walker.

The video is pretty much perfect in every way, but New Zealand-based satirical news and entertainment show Jono and Ben has released a parody that depicts how a working mom would have reacted to this same scenario.

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In the following footage, we see the woman continue to talk politics, as she invites the child to sit on her and offers her a bottle of milk.

She also shakes a toy as a baby in a walker strolls on it... and then displays a pan containing a chicken she just roasted, followed by the act of steam-cleaning a shirt; cleans a toilet bowl; and ignoring her seemingly helpless husband.

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"Oh my God, is that a bomb?" the interviewer asks as point, after a SWAT team member hands the working mother a briefcase and a wire cutter.

It is.

But she's got this.

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"Shout out to all the working women out there defusing bombs on a regular basis!" reads a message posted on the show's Facebook page along with the video.

It has been viewed over 16 million times.

Click PLAY to find out why:

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