Flip-flops on Amazon cost Rs 45K. Product may be pricey, but the reviews are priceless
Have you ever thought how much a pair of normal looking, luxurious flip-flops would cost? Take a wild guess and quote the highest price that comes to your mind. Did it go beyond Rs 10,000? Well, if not, then we are here to burst your bubble because Valentino, in collaboration with Havaianas brand, just launched a pair of luxurious flip-flops aka chappals. It is priced at a whopping Rs 45K! But if the price cannot make you look for the slipper on the website, perhaps the reviews will. Shreyansh Kumar posted under reviews: “Very good product... although I spent a kidney on this.” While Karan Aggarwal said: “Sold my Maruti 800 to buy this chappal because walking is much better than driving, plus it’s healthy... Totally worth it...”
Ex-England skipper Vaughan takes a selfie with goat; captions it ‘B’day selfie with Virat’
Former England skipper Michael Vaughan celebrated his 44th birthday on Monday (October 29) as he shared a special selfie on the occasion on his social media account. While clicking a picture with a real-life goat, he referred to it as Indian skipper Virat Kohli. It was only after Kohli’s recent 38th ODI ton against West Indies that Vaughan hailed the Indian cricket team captain as GOAT (Greatest of all time). And the Englishman has hailed Kohli as the greatest ever time and again. “Morning All.... Birthday selfie with Virat !!!,” captioned Vaughan after he shared the picture of him with an actual goat.
Toddler’s reaction when Alexa won’t play her favourite song ‘Baby Shark’ wins over FB users
“Alex, play ‘Baby Shark.’” That’s all two-year-old Zoé wanted from her Amazon device. And she was quite the persistent little one after several failed attempts. On October 15, mom Cryssy Turner of Wisconsin posted footage of her daughter’s adorable reaction (and frustration) with Alexa when it played “Sure, Baby...Hold Back” by 2000s rock band Say Anything instead of the beloved children’s song, “Baby Shark.” As of Friday, the video gained more than 12 million views and has all of Facebook gushing over the toddler.