Internet goes wild over the latest ‘Triangle Dance’ fad
The ‘Triangle Dance’ is the latest challenge to hit the internet, making the netizens flood the web with videos posted of the groovy moves. The dance involves three people standing in a triangle and holding onto one another's shoulders to take turns jumping in the middle of each other. Several videos of people accomplishing the move have gone viral. Though there is no confirmation on where the fad originated from, people say that the first such video started as a warm-up session of a Zumba class. As it got a major response from people, the move was replicated by various people. The videos have netizens across the world laughing in fits.
Instagram, Facebook outage, netizens troll the platforms on twitter
As Instagram and Facebook went down for eight hours from Wednesday night to Thursday morning, netizens around the world took to Twitter to air their anger. The technical glitches that led to the disruptions in the social media platforms remain unidentified. In certain parts of the world, Messenger and WhatsApp were also inoperable. As Facebook and Instagrams continued to remain down, netizens used the opportunity to share a plethora of memes and joke on Twitter. While many ranted about the situation, others posted their thoughts about how this had been a blessing in disguise as they could walk out and breathe fresh air. Some tweeted saying that the shutdown had finally helped them get back in touch with civilization.
California man wins hearts by running into burning house to save his dog
Showing that a man can also be faithful to his dog, Jose Guzman’s home in Pala, San Diego was ablaze when he ran inside to fetch his two-year-old pit bull Gabbana. In a video posted online, it can be seen that the man had pried himself away from the fire fighters stopping him to run into the building on fire. Minutes later, he arrives with the dog. Fortunately, Guzman sustained minor burns on his face and right arm. He did not show any concern for his belongings within the house which had been reduced to cinders. In a media interview later, he described the experience saying, “I ran through a curtain of fire where my van and fence were.”