Women say no surprise after pics of man storing leftovers in fridge goes viral
A man lending a helping hand to his partner to put some leftovers in the fridge has attracted the wide attention of the internet, although for hilarious reasons. The viral photographic evidence of Kyle Moore’s act shows the cable of an electric cooker dangling out of the fridge. Explaining how the cooker landed up there, Cierra Wilder shared how Kyle Moore had kept it inside after she had asked him to put some leftovers in the fridge because she “was too tired to do it”, leaving many netizens in splits. Many women were quick to identify with the situation, commenting how they wouldn’t have been surprised if their partners had done the same. Some men were seen siding with Kyle too, pointing how he had only followed Cierra’s instructions to a T.
‘Leopard vs Monitor Lizard’ clip has netizens declare reptile to be real winner
A “Leopard vs Monitor Lizard” moment captured on camera has taken the internet by storm, with many rooting for the lizard in the encounter. The tense exchange between the two species, reportedly filmed at Kaingu Safari Lodge in Zambia, shows the leopard cub approaching the lizard as the reptile continues to scare the wild cat with its tail. In spite of repeatedly scaring the leopard, the lizard eventually loses the fight and is grabbed by the neck before being taken away by the cub. However, netizens were quick to declare the monitor lizard to have been the true winner for putting out its best fight.
‘It’s Simba and Rafiki’, calls out internet after baboon ‘grooms’ lion cub
It was a ‘Lion King’ moment in real life after an amateur photographer captured the unusual sight of a male baboon grooming a lion cub. Kurt Schultz, capturing the viral video in the Kruger national park in South Africa, mentions how he himself was surprised to witness the seeming intimacy between the animals when baboons are otherwise known to normally hunt lion cubs. The clip had the internet immediately joyously comparing the two animals to The Lion King’s Simba and baboon Rafiki. Others, however, weren’t fully convinced and expressed concern over the cub’s safety. Some even cast doubts if the baboon was only cleaning his food for dinner.