With billions of people using social media every day, several things go viral on the internet for good reasons. From heartwarming stories of people helping each other to several funny memes, people enjoy a wide range of content on the internet. Recently, a Twitter user, named @tapanguchi pointed out an uncanny resemblance between a Good Day biscuit and Spotify’s logo. On his handle, the user wrote that he offered a Good Day biscuit to his colleague, who exclaimed “Spotify!” in response. Joking about the same, the user mentioned that he can’t unsee it now. Take a look:
I offered a Good Day biscuit to my colleague and he exclaimed "Spotify!". Now I can't unsee it. pic.twitter.com/a6IChxEThj— Harsha (@tapanguchi) June 25, 2020
The tweet went viral in no time and unleashed a flood of reactions from netizens, including Good Day biscuit’s company, Britannia. Taking to their Twitter handle, the authorities at Britannia took a comical jibe at Spotify and wrote: “Well, our crunchy and buttery #GoodDay Cookies always hit the right "spot"... So, coincidence?!”. Soon after, the authorities at Spotify, too, changed their display picture to a Good day cookie and wrote: “Even we can’t unsee it now” in their status: Take a look:
Recently, Meghalaya Police entertained netizens on social media by sharing vital information and advisories in the quirkiest way possible. From taking cues from the latest internet trends to sharing advisories in Hollywood style, Meghalaya Police has been on point with their Twitter game. Recently, on Sunday, Meghalaya Police shared a clip of John Lennon's recreated famous peace anthem 'Imagine', taking a jibe to discourage drug abuse.
Titled 'The Khaki Vibes', the Meghalaya Police's take on drug abuse has become a hit online. With lyrics like "Imagine all the people, enjoying a natural high", the song was reportedly created to encourage people to live a clean and drug-free. As seen in the video shared, the song shows cops performing the recreated version of 'Imagine'. The much-loved video song was shared by Meghalaya Police on Facebook on the occasion of World Music Day.
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