- A young lady has taken to social media to share an amazing moment she captured on camera
- @FairyPlantBabe shared two images of a massive butterfly that landed on her face mask and stayed still long enough for her to take selfies
- Judging from her replies section, it seems as though a lot of people across the world have a big fear of insects
A lot of people have insect phobias and try their best to stay away from any weird critters. However, there are a group of people that do enjoy the company of any animal or insect. One Twitter user is part of the latter group of people.
@FairyPlantBabe took to the social networking site to share two images of a massive butterfly that decided to land on her face. @FairyPlantBabe simply titled the images: "She decided to sit on my face."
These pictures may be amazing to some but a lot of tweeps have taken to @FairyPlantBabe's reply section to share some memes, videos and GIFs about getting rid of the butterfly. Many people were not at all impressed by her shots.
Take a look at her post below:
Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the comments in @FairyPlantBabe's reply section.
"This would be my last picture if that happened to me. I had worm trauma as a kid so I only like butterflies from a distance! LOL."
"She handled this so much more gracefully than I would have. It’s beautiful but from far for me."
In other viral news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a young SA man who celebrated his friend's wedding with stunning pictures. A young man named Reid Smith recently took to the feel-good Facebook group, #ImStaying to share a few candid pictures of the absolutely stunning wedding he attended over the weekend with his fellow Stayers.
In his heartwarming #ImStaying post, Reid explains how he and the groom, Paseka, had met at boarding school years ago. These days they celebrate many years of friendship and Reid even considers Paseka a brother.
Meanwhile, Stayers took the time to react to the heartwarming post and beautiful pictures over 7 000 times. They also shared all sorts of comments beneath the post.
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