Remember Professor Robert Kelly? The name may not ring a bell but you’ve probably seen his hilarious BBC interview. The viral video shows him getting interrupted by his kids in the middle of a serious interview. It’s a traumatic scenario that many work-from-home professionals can probably relate with.
Now a similar video has recently been getting a lot of love on social media, only this time the intruder in question is a cat! Apparently, Dr Jerzy Targalski was being interviewed by Nieuwsuur, a Dutch TV channel. The academic from Poland was being asked about the political tensions in the country.
Unfortunately, Lisio, Dr Targalski’s pet cat, decided to steal the show.
It is, of course, worth-noting that Targalski handled the situation quite well as he continued to talk with reporter Rudy Bouma without getting distracted. In fact we only see him acknowledging the feline’s presence when he yanked its tail away from his face.
What a total pro!
Obviously, this man is used to his cat showing him some affection. Lisio even proceeded tolick Targalski’s ear but he didn’t mind at all.
Eventually, Bouma shared the video on his Twitter page and wrote:
“The Polish historian & political scientist Jerzy Targalski remained completely unruffled during our interview when this happened.”
The video has since gone viral and netizens couldn’t help but adore the ginger cat and his patient owner.
Numerous websites have since picked up the story, leading to more netizens seeing and appreciating the sweet moment.
Watch the hilarious clip here:
Humans and animals definitely make funny pairs and yes, it’s always amusing when everything’s caught on camera.
Pet lovers, have you ever been rudely interrupted by your animal during a serious situation? Tell us about your unforgettable experiences by leaving a comment below!
Expectation vs Reality of Working Freelance
How’s it like living as a freelancer? This funny comic has the answers!
As someone who’s been working as a freelance writer for years now, I’d say many of my friends still do not understand what its really like to work from home.
A pretty common misconception is that being a freelancer means having lots of free time (nope) and that we get to take vacations anytime we want without it affecting our earnings (again, nope!). Some even believe we work in our underwear most of the time (okay, there MIGHT be some truth in that) since we're just at home, not having to worry about wearing office clothes or the morning rush each day.
It looks like some people will definitely never understand but fortunately, we have a few comics out there that explain it with great accuracy....
Netizens Reveal The Strangest (And Funniest) Things They’ve Believed As Children
“My dad made me believe that peanut butter came from squeezing squirrels.”
There are three things we’ll always dislike about our childhood: the bad hair days, the awful outfits and, of course, how extremely gullible we were. Back then, we mostly believed everything the adults said and we paid the price for that.
Case in point, an interesting Reddit thread shows us some users sharing the dumbest things they believed in as kids – and it turned out to be really strange and funny! Scroll down and see for yourself. And yeah, be prepared to do lotsa facepalm along the way.
#1. Japanese-style sleeping.
25 Signs So Confusing They’re Actually Hilarious
These signs will leave you scratching your head – and laughing at the same time!
A good sign, as they say, is often invisible. They just serve their purpose and simply blend in the background. A bad one, on the other hand, is totally noticeable. It will grab people’s attention for the wrong reasons and, quite possibly, go viral on social media.
Case in point, the following signs below are totally terrible they’re actually hilarious. Clearly, proper grammar, appropriate word placement, and even the right choice of fronts are all important to create a good sign – yet those who designed these ones probably ignored these basic rules.
Go scroll down below and prepare to have a good laugh....