Indian Twitter is buzzing with people sharing photos of popular TV lawyer Madhav Mishra and talking about the annoying things they would like to lodge a criminal case against.
TikTokers are using viral audios to show how their teachers would say “STFU,” how their toys would call them gay and how K-pop stars would ask them to twerk.
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Perhaps dating back to the 60s and 70s airing of uncensored anime in Latin America, the region’s love for Japanese animation is well-documented. In the age of social media, businesses committed to selling food themed after anime in Latin America have helped encourage and spread the fandom.
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Hoaxes are often much weirder than the truth, but we’re still falling for them nowadays. Here are some of the most influential viral hoaxes out there.