- @Talldarkandfly, a gentleman on Twitter, has turned social media upside down with an amazing post
- The man named Pops shared a photo of himself which was taken this year in which he is holding his baby
- He compared it to a similar photo that was taken by his father in 1991 and social media users just can't get enough of it
A gentleman identified on Twitter as Pops with the handle @Talldarkandfly has shaken Twitter with massive reactions after sharing a lookalike photo of himself and his father.
Pops, who has has a new baby, captured himself holding it in a similar way that his father held him in a photo 29 years ago in 1991.
Pops did not actually say much about the photo; he simply wrote the dates above the respective pictures and let the post speak for itself.
In an interesting surprise, the post has gone so viral and has already amassed over 300k reactions so far, and the number just keeps increasing.
Check out some of the hilarious and interesting comments:
@Ngasii dropped a rib-cracking GIF along with a confusing question posed to Pops regarding the identities of the two men in the photos.
Aunty Idera of Ibadan asked five mind-boggling questions that can make one laugh and roll on the floor
Popular Ghanaian blogger, Ameyaw Debrah, also stated he was in a state of confusion:
In other dad news reported on by Briefly.co.za, Siya Kolisi is proving that cooking and cleaning do not make a man weak. The Springbok captained decided to treat his family to a mini feast on Sunday.
Taking to Instagram, Kolisi shared snaps of the meal he prepared and he captioned the post:
"Andikho weak yhu! (I’m not weak yhu.) Family is happy. Happy Sunday."
The post gathered over 30 000 likes and South Africans had sweet - yet somewhat hilarious - reactions to Kolisi's skills in the kitchen.
"My 12-year-old boy says you probably ate the whole chicken alone."
Ms_siyanda could not believe Kolisi cooked the tasty looking food and she wrote:
"Hayi hayi Rachel made this! Sukusiqhatha."
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