Trending in TN: Squirrelâs tough pole climb, NASA joins #BroomstickChallenge and Chihuahua resembling a film villain
Funny, infuriating and heart-warming, videos and memes go viral when they touch the right chord. DT Next curates the top shares online that are going viral
NASA joins #BroomstickChallenge storm online, albeit to bust standing broom mythA tweetâs claims to be backed by NASA has stirred the internet so much that the space agency had to step in and clarify. The #BroomstickChallenge trended with a tweet shared on February 10, claiming that according to NASA, a broom can stand upright only on that particular day due to the âgravitation pullâ. The viral post prompted many to give the #BroomstickChallenge a try. This led to NASA officials themselves stepping in to bust the myth behind the âstanding broomâ and that âbasic physics works every dayâÂ
Mum was fed up of the squirrels stealing all the bird food so she greased the feeder! pic.twitter.com/k2eAyqSWvKâ The Cute Plug (@TheCutePlug) February 11, 2020
Chihuahua resembling a film villain makes internet go gagaWhile dogs take little time to catch oneâs attention, a mixed-breed Chihuahua is garnering a lot more buzz online, thanks to its raised eyebrow. Two-year-old Lucky is the talk of the internet, thanks to its prominent, jet-black eyebrow over his right eye that gives him the look of a movie villain. The pooch, also having one brown-coloured eye and the other blue, not just had the owner âcrazyâ that she said she went ahead and adopted him but also now has a huge online following. Internet seems to be so much head-over-heels that Lucky now has a personal online page too.
Okay so NASA said today was the only day a broom can stand up on its own because of the gravitational pull...I didnât believe it at first but OMG! đđđđđ pic.twitter.com/M0HCeemyGtâ mk (@mikaiylaaaaa) February 10, 2020