Twitter user Spooky Sedona recently shared a series of selfies where she posed as men generally do and completely nailed them. Sporting track pants and a cap, Sedona was appreciated by both men and women on Twitter.
The woman Jasmine refrained from telling the woman anything and instead recorded a video of the same with the caption What. In. Gods. Name. The video has now gone viral and has over 17,000 reactions at the time of writing.
Anand Mahindra, recently retweeted a video compilation of people working at remarkable speed, and wrote, “Ok Robots, OK Artificial Intelligence, if you thought you had put us humans out of work, think again. We just delivered a knockout punch!”
Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, was attending the inaugural Bloomberg Global Business Forum in New York spotted wearing Chewbacca socks. And while he was sharing the stage with Mark Rutte, The Prime Minister of Netherlands, all eyes and attention were on Trudeau’s socks!
According to reports, the parents were not informed about the accident by the caregivers. However, the mother of the newborn sensed something peculiar about the baby’s crying and raised alarm and she demanded to know what had happened.
She also put out the name of the brand and wrote that she was “still in shock” while sharing the grim experience online. She was also worried that many others would have got severed parts of the bird in their packaged food.
Yes, someone swapped the La La Land’s hit song ‘Lovely Night Dance’ with Shubhaarambh from Kai Po Che — and it’s brilliant. The choreography is perfectly in sync, and there is also a moment when Gosling takes a turn and does a flip, something very similar to what our desi dancers do with dhol!
Looks like it’s not only US President Donald Trump who gets pulled up on social media for using incorrect English in his tweets, daughter Ivanka Trump just got schooled on the use of ‘otherwise’ by Chrissy Teigen in her tweet.
Kuldeep Yadav took the hat-trick in the 33rd over of the match against Australia as the host team defeated the visiting team by 50 runs. Kuldeep Yadav picked up the wickets of Matthew Wade, Ashton Agar, and Pat Cummins in successive deliveries at Eden Gardens, Kolkata.
Are you a female driver in India? From sexism to stereotyping, the struggle is real. Shedding light on the problem, this film captures its essence in a comical shot film titled ‘Life of a Woman Driver on Delhi roads’.
Would you ever dare to take part in a paani puri challenge? One such video has been doing the rounds on the Internet, and a woman seems to have just nailed it. But she’s got one unique style that you have to see to believe.
At least 216 people were killed after an earthquake measuring 7.1 on the Richter scale struck Mexico. During the tragedy, people uploaded a lot of images and videos to share it with others. Here are some alarming videos that have gone viral.
A CCTV footage shows the kid successfully climbing one flight of stairs. But when he ventures into the next, he suddenly loses balance and falls off his seat and tumbles down while the escalator keeps moving up!
A scene from the not-so-popular song of the movie ‘Yeh Toh Sach Hai Ki Bhagwan Hai’ (time duration almost 7 minutes) seems to have caught the Twitterati’s eye and they have done wonders with an otherwise harmless line.
Comedian Naveen Richard recounts experiences when he was stuck in emergency situations and how things went further downhill as he could not communicate properly. His inability to express himself in Hindi landed him in many an awkward situation.
Kirill Stremousov, who hails from the city of Kherson in southern Ukraine, filmed himself dangling his four-month-old daughter Milada around by her legs and arms. Ignoring her frightened screams, he says, “her bones are popping. She feels good.”
Rodrigo Alves, the Human Ken doll, revealed during an Italian talk show, that he doesn’t mind undergoing a sex change operation, when he gets older. Over the years, Alves has reinvented himself with number of plastic surgeries and has spent over £450,000 for the procedures.
Denise Shellito took to Facebook to share screenshots of the Snapchat images that the nurse had shared — one in which she is showing her middle finger to the baby with the text — “How I currently feel about these mini Satans” at the bottom.
As life in Mumbai took a halt due to incessant rain yet again, train services were affected and it led to delays. However, when one such train crossed Nalasopara station in the city, it created a huge wave and drenched everyone standing on the platform.
Taking the picture of a curvy model along with a petite model, Leyton Mokgerepi created a meme and wrote: “Girls that I like vs Girls that like me!” His tweet was soon circulated on the microblogging site, and also reached the model.
Nigel John Stanford’s ‘Automatica’ has left most social media users befuddled. The musician gave music lessons to robots in his garage for almost a month — teaching them to play piano keys, guitars, drums, and even operate percussion foot pedals.
Many in Bangalore woke up to a sexist message from UberEats to celebrate ‘Wife Appreciation Day’ on the third Sunday of September. Wasting no time, a lot of Twitter users took to the micro-blogging site to slam the message.
Six women, while attending a friend’s wedding in New South Wales, Australia, showed up wearing the same dress. The photo went viral after one of the girls posted it on Facebook. While it could be a coincidence, there are speculation that the whole accident was actually staged.
Dussehra marks the victory of Ram over demon Ravana and is revered as the triumph of good over evil. Whereas, in the eastern and north-eastern regions Vijayadashami marks the victory of goddess Durga over Mahishasura.
Farah Khan and Shirish Kunder just had a hilarious Twitter banter after the latter shared a childhood photograph, and social media users are now worried about his safety. Their conversation has left people in splits.
The increasing number of dance covers of Jummiki Kammal that people are putting up on the Internet are just examples of how this Malayalam song is probably the only other number to have had such a mass appeal after Why this Kolaveri Di.