It's virtual. Yet real. Fun. And rather insane. The internet has something new every minute. Be it videos, photos, GIFs or anything else, there's loads here to like, share and binge on.
So here's what went insanely viral this week, from Papaw, to the 'how many girls' illusion, we've got it all. Check it out:
Dubbed as 'America's saddest grandfather', papaw became a Twitter and Facebook sensation, when one of his granddaughters shared a photo of him sitting sadly when just one of his six grandchildren turned up for lunch with him. Poor papaw made burgers for all but was left dejected when just one grandchild showed up. Papaw's sad photo went viral on the internet and the result, all six grandchildren visited him for a meal. Result - happy family.
'How many girls' optical illusion
Remember 'The Dress'? The latest mind-boggling photo of the year award will definitely go to this 'how many girls' illusion.
So, this photo of girls (No, am not telling you how many) sitting has every reason to go viral. All you have to do is count how many girls are actually there in the image. The optical illusion may be difficult for some, but actually, it is NOT at all difficult. The photo is baffling social media users as they struggle to figure out how many girls are in the photo. Now it's your time to break the illusion. Good luck!
This is the latest to enter the viral list. Google Maps are in this list for all the wrong reasons. In a completely bizarre yet shocking development, search giant Google has landed in a soup after its 'Google Map' application has been throwing up Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) under the key word 'anti-national'. Even though the blunder doesn't seem to be deliberate, the varsity is bound to be furious at the world's largest search engine's gaffe. Google Maps is among the top trends on Twitter and Facebook facing backlash for algorithm-related issues. Google ain't no human. Keep calm. And breathe.