The adorable reaction of a girl who did not like the pasta her mother spaghetti cooked has gone viral. The video is being shared widely with people sharing similar experiences.Watch The Video Below:
'How long do you do this? Do you do this all day?' Seems like people on TikTok have developed another skill to spend time with their dogs, well, by learning to dog. Watch videos to know how.Watch Videos:
@jastookesWhat feels like day 53736 of quarantine. ##dog ##reallifeathome ##fyp♬ original sound - briannastorey
@kaitlynbristoweHow does this work♬ original sound - briannastorey
Arizona couple Nitin Mehta and bride Miranda Jenkins exchanged vows in Phoenix amidst the lockdown while their Indian family attended the ceremony in the US through video conferencing.Check Out The Post Below:
A video has been shared online which shows an alligator heading to some empty mall shops in South Carolina. Watch the video here:
"Nature's already beginning to reclaim this little bit of Myrtle Beach."
One South Carolina resident captured an alligator nonchalantly taking a trip to a vacant mall as shops are closed during the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/yJeNKeNf46 pic.twitter.com/eLeY9Qu5Au— ABC News (@ABC) April 3, 2020
When Twitter user @TheBugChicks picked up a couple of freshwater shrimp at the local pet shop, she did not realise to be taken in an exhilarating journey of love. A viral thread of these shrimps have captivated Twitterati. Here's why!Check Tweets:
An adrenaline pumping tale of indifference, near-tragedy and redemption.
This is the story of how I knew I was capable of great love with a pair of freshwater shrimp.
A thread. - K— The Bug Chicks (@TheBugChicks) April 2, 2020
The transfer back went...sideways.
Sal was an angel, honestly. He ladled like a champ and then looked up at me with those stalked eyes like - I’m here. I’m ok. pic.twitter.com/aq9Gxg6nen— The Bug Chicks (@TheBugChicks) April 2, 2020
But Marty. He was in the ladle. He was there. I swear. He’s translucent but he was secure.
When I brought the ladle between the two bowls. He shrimp-flopped. This is a science word.
Onto my kitchen counter. This is a manky vanilla pudding colored tile. We rent. pic.twitter.com/cX7osyLbS0— The Bug Chicks (@TheBugChicks) April 2, 2020
A guy in Australia ensured he maintained the social distancing protocol but also enjoy some whisky with his neighbour. A video shows him sharing a bottle of Johnnie Walker with his neighbour by using a drone!Watch the video here:
Meanwhile, in Australia..
This guy uses his drone to share bottle of Johnnie Walker with his neighbours while following lockdown rules. #Straya
📹: Joe Mignone - Facebook pic.twitter.com/NhQYPXQZTT— Keira Savage (@KeiraSavage00) April 2, 2020
It's Friday, or rather the Friyay for most of you. The weekend is still the weekend even if you are working from home. People are sharing positive thoughts, quotes and images on Twitter as #FridayThoughts and #FridayFeeling.Check some tweets below:
I was quiet, but I was not blind. -- Jane AustenI love this. Sometimes the quiet ones are mistaken for being simple, or lacking opinions. The quiet ones are often the ones who hear and remember everything -- and then write it down.#WritingCommunity #Writer #FridayThoughts— Olivia Valor (@ValorOlivia) March 27, 2020
"Perhaps the butterfly is proof that you can go through a great deal of darkness yet still become something beautiful."#FridayMotivation#FridayThoughts #FridayMorning pic.twitter.com/lPWIewl5Fy— Poonam Deswal (@PoonamDeswal) April 3, 2020
It’s another day, and we must all feel positive to cope up with the present situation. A lot of videos and pics have been going viral sharing cases of the deadly virus’ victims. Again, we have moments that show numerous ways that people are following while quarantining. In this blog, we keep you updated with everything that is trending on social media. From viral videos to funny memes, watch out this space to stay updated with what netizens are sharing today, on April 3, 2020.
With the beginning of April, 2020, internet users shared hilarious memes relating to how March felt, almost like a year. At this time, social media has played a significant role to motivate everyone. Users have found and shared unique ways to deal with self-isolation blues and keeping themselves engaged with many activities. Some are even working on new skills to spent the rest of the quarantine days in positivity. Like every day, #FridayMotivation and #FridayThoughts have started trending on Twitter with netizens sharing motivational messages to start the day.
We promise to keep you updated with the latest buzz running on social media. Keep a tab on this blog and know all the trending topics and videos going viral, captivating the netizens amid the global crisis.