As people around the globe observe stay-at-home orders they are slowly finding themselves riddled with too much time and not enough things to do. Among those people are Niall Horan and Liam Payne.

The former One Direction bandmates took a moment from their less-than-busy schedules this week to catch each other up on what they have been doing to while they've been in quarantine and shared it with their millions of Instagram followers. So what does a boy bander turned solo artist do for fun?

"Walking around my house... playing Fortnite," Payne told a shirtless Horan of his day-to-day activities. "I am pretty bored."

Monday was going to be an unusually busy day for the "Strip That Down" singer, though. He added that he had some meetings and an interview with the British network BBC.

In addition to their discussion of light exercise and video games, the pair couldn't help but take a dig at one of their other One Direction members, Louis Tomlinson. Apparently, they had tried to have a three-way FaceTime call but Tomlinson was unavailable.

"I mean, it’s so funny. We can never get anyone together even though we’re all doing nothing," Horan said as he positioned his guitar in hand.

"Even though I know for a fact Louis’ just sitting home smoking cigarettes and drinking beers. I was doing the same yesterday," he jokingly added.

Fans can view their full conversation below. (Warning: It does contain NSFW language.)

This mini-reunion comes after rumors swirled that One Direction could be getting back together for their 10-year anniversary. Payne, Horan, Tomlinson, and Harry Styles all seem to be on board, but fifth member Zayn Malik is a big question mark.

The boy band was formed by Simon Cowell in 2010 on "The X Factor" and became a worldwide success amassing hundreds of awards and grossing millions of dollars on tour.

In 2015, Malik famously left the group and the remaining members continued with just the four of them. One year later, One Direction announced an indefinite hiatus.

If the group manages to successfully pull off a reunion, it will be the first time they've performed together in four years.

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Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles and Niall Horan of One Direction attend the BBC Music Awards on Dec. 10, 2015, in Birmingham, England. Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images