A little puppy has been going on rides with an autorickshaw driver in Pune. Narrative of the beautiful incident is going viral.See Pic Here:
A video of a man rescuing a deer from a frozen lake is going viral online. Read more here.Check it Here:
A Christmas tree set up in Beirut honoured the firefighters who lost their lives in the explosion back in August. The trees saw firefighter uniforms as ornaments. Check The Pic Here:
A release of a new Qawwali called "Bhaad Me Jaa 2020" has sparked funny memes online.Check Some Here:
An alternative Christmas speech saw a deepfake video of British monarch talking and also showing some TikTok trend dance moves. Read about it here.Watch video:
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It comes as no surprise that BTS' Jungkook has become the most searched K-pop idol on Google in the first half of 2020. Army thrilled! Check tweets:
Santa Claus and spiderman fighting on the streets in this viral video is everything you want to see today. Read the entire story here.
Twitterverse celebrates Boxing Day 2020! Chec tweets:
Happy Boxing Day!
I can safely say after boxing day shopping in covid free NZ that spacial awareness was the biggest loser in this pandemic crisis. I dont know how many people unnecessarily touched me today but man it felt weird. #COVID19nz #BoxingDay #shopping— Frosty (@StayFrostyGames) December 26, 2020
Happy Saturday! #SaturdayThoughts trend with Good Morning Quotes, HD Images, Messages & Greetings. Check Tweets:
किसी भी इंसान के लिए खूबसूरत चेहरा मायने नहीं रखता बल्कि खूबसूरत दिल मायने रखता है,क्योंकि फैसले, चेहरे से नही बल्कि दिल से लिये जाते हैं।#SaturdayThoughts pic.twitter.com/g4vph3jmFg— Khushwant (@Khushwa79937490) December 26, 2020
Happy weekend, everyone! Is your Christmas hangover still on? The after-scene of the holiday will remain for a while, but thankfully there won’t be any festive blues, because, it is Saturday. Social media is already filled with post-Christmas 2020 scenes, and also #SaturdayThoughts and #SaturdayMessages have taken over the internet. Like every day, through this blog, we will bring the latest updates from the world of social media. To know the trending topics, viral videos and funny memes shared by netizens throughout the day, December 26, stay in tune with us.
After Christmas celebration, a seven-day festival of Kwanzaa for African-Americans also begins. Kwanzaa 2020 starts from December 26, which is from today, and will end on January 1. To celebrate the festival, people share Kwanzaa 2020 wishes and messages with each other. Netizens are sharing meaningful and heartfelt messages on Twitter to mark the first day of Kwanzaa celebration. Along with festivals, we expect more memes, videos, tweets and jokes to go viral. Any buzz from the internet world is updated in this blog, as different hashtags continue to rule the social media platforms.
We hope you had a fun Christmas celebration, and look forward to positivity, as the year has almost come to an end. Stay updated with the latest buzz from social media. Happy Saturday!