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Twitter users share their ‘worst’ pool diving fails, and the videos will leave you ROFL-ing

A social media user shared a volunteer's diving blooper on Twitter. The hilarious tweet soon went viral on social media and received over 1,00,000 retweets and 300,000 likes in no time.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: December 7, 2017 10:16:56 pm
diving videos, diving bloopers, people sharing diving bloopers, twitter videos, twitter reactions, viral videos, Indian express, indian express news Has your diving stunt ever gone wrong? Don’t worry, you are not alone. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Most of us have tried new sports or physical exercises that challenge our body skills and motivate us to do better. Even as the end result may turn out to be positive, the training procedure could be both tiresome and entertaining. But, taking up a new task professionally or as a hobby and perfecting the skill needs numerous hours of practice and dedication. While many of us do share the end result of the things we have achieved, sometimes it is equally inspirational to share the things that went wrong during the process.

Sharing something on similar lines, social media user Lesley Goynes posted a clip of a girl volunteer she worked with, who goofed up a bit while jumping off a diving board. The 0.6-second clip shows the girl taking a jump off the board and then landing awkwardly in the water.

Captioned ‘So this girl I volunteer with showed me this video last week of her leg giving out during a HS dive competition and I now watch regularly when I need a laugh’, the hilarious tweet received over 1,00,000 retweets and 300,000 likes in no time and soon people started sharing their funny diving videos too. Check out some reactions here.

While most people use social media to showcase beautiful and alluring pictures of almost everything, sharing original ‘bloopers’ brings a positive balance to the online culture. Doesn’t it?

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