‘Backbencher memes’ driving on nostalgia leaves netizens’ funny bone tickled to the hilt
It needs no special mention that meme creators always tickle the funny bone best with their creativity. The latest memes leaving netizens ROFL, however, seem to be a blast from the past.
Termed the ‘backbencher memes’ rich on nostalgia, the idea behind the memes is to highlight how backbenchers would react in various situations during class.
Thus those memes like the one on maintaining ‘pin-drop silence’ in class and the sarcastic responses to teachers’ questions have caught the attention of netizens so much that the proof lay in the many likes and hilarious comments.
For those who could be unfamiliar with the term, backbenchers are referred to students occupying the last row of seats in a classroom.
Mercedes coming out from car wash, only to plunge into river has netizens ROFL
There might be the occasional incident of a car that has just gone through a round of cleaning being stripped of its spotless look with a bird dropping or the like.
However, what has caught the eye of netizens so much is the video of a car, a Mercedes M-class (no, not the looks), coming out straight from car wash and plunging into a river.
The video shared on social media by the City of Hackensack Fire Department also shows a good Samaritan, who witnessed the incident, diving into the river to pull out the female passenger from the submerged car.
Although the 64-year-old woman driver explained she had accidentally stepped on the accelerator instead of the brake pedal, it couldn’t stop the Internet from having a good laugh.
Donkeys painted to look like zebras for safari-themed reception cause outrage online
Violence and ill-treatment against animals seem to be on the rise and outrage against it only seem to be so too when the recent video of two donkeys that were painted black and white to resemble zebras for a safari-themed wedding in Spain led netizens to criticise the mistreatment of animals.
The video filmed in a field around a bar in local in El Palmar, a Spanish town drew outrage when a person who shared it online reported the incident to animal rights activists.
Social media soon went abuzz with questions ranging from whether the act of painting the animals was really necessary to chiding those responsible for the mistreatment.