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Five weird things that broke the internet in 2016
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Five weird things that broke the internet in 2016

Many people become viral sensations by mistake. Internet fame kind of just falls into their lap, and sometimes they truly never wanted it to begin with.

We won’t go into how terrible the year 2016 was, as we all have witnessed and agreed to that unanimously. So, with the year ended, here is a look at the weirdest things that went viral tin 2016:

Leonardo DiCaprio won Oscar

Five weird things that broke the internet in 2016

Despite acting in some very successful movies, Leonardo DiCaprio waited long to win an Oscar. Finally, he won an Oscar for his movie ‘The Revenant’.

Arshad Khan, the chai wala

Five weird things that broke the internet in 2016The Internet sensation, getting famous over-night with the blue-eyed picture and the hot tea, has been quite a topic of discussion. It was almost senseless to see such a spin of events over one, quite normal, picture of a tea-seller.

Nasir Khan Jaan

Five weird things that broke the internet in 2016

He might be giving some useful health instructions about food out there, but his way of departing that knowledge has not been especially well received. Yes, that’s social media right there for you.

Pokémon Go

Five weird things that broke the internet in 2016

Pokémon Go is a mobile game that depends on the geographical location for the completion of a stage and finding the fighter. From common man to celebrities, everyone played this game on their smartphone and shared their achievements on the Internet.

Daimaou Kosaka’s PPAP

Five weird things that broke the internet in 2016

I have a pen, I have an apple, ugh, apple-pen! Apparently, such lyrics can make you viral over-night, of course, coupled with the annoying, sub-consciously catchy tune.

 

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