One dad has now gone viral after he turned on the cameras to poke fun at his daughter’s obsession with “bangin” eyebrows. His rant is hilarious and relatable at the same time, which is why the internet couldn’t get enough of it.
Gary Meikle unleashed a three-minute tirade on Facebook, complaining about 23-year-old Ainsley’s need to have the perfect brows. Little did he know that so many people shared his pain and his rant catapulted him to become an unofficial anti-brow ambassador.
The Glaswegian’s confusion over Instagram brows and microblading in the three-minute video clearly struck a chord with many. His video has already attracted more than 50 million views and thousands of comments.
It all started in early September when Gary took to his car to film a vlog about his daughter’s current obsession.
“What’s happening ladies? When did eyebrows become the most important part of a woman’s body? I’ve already been through the makeup stage with her … but now it’s just like: ‘Do you like my eyebrows Dad, do you like my eyebrows?”
The comedian then expressed every dad, husband, boyfriend, and partner’s anguish every time they were asked about eyebrows. He said that men don’t really notice the difference and the only time they realize that women did something to their brows is when they consistently asked about how they look.
Gary then went back to talking about his daughter.
“She’ll (Ainsley) post them on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat. Then you ladies, you do that amazing thing where you all rally around and you leave comments, and you’re like ‘Oh my god, they’re so nice, you look so beautiful, where did you get them done?’”
He then passionately yelled, “They look the exact same! They look the exact same as they did before you had them done! They don’t look any different!”
Despite his rant, the dad went on to say that he understood that the ladies are doing it to feel better about themselves. However, he noted that “it’s definitely not for men.”
Watch the video here:
25 Maps That Are So Bad They’re Actually Good
I chuckled in #14.
For those who grew up pre-internet, you have definitely spent a lot of time exploring maps, be it for homework, personal knowledge, or simply out of boredom. You were memorizing countries, their capital cities, rivers, mountain ranges, flags, and dreaming of visiting them all.
However, now that you’re older and wiser, you realized that all these maps that you have spent countless hours looking at were not useful like you thought. Some are so hard to understand, and some don’t even make sense at all. Here are 25 terrible maps that are so bad they’re good.
1. After the flat earth theory, comes the cat earth theory.
Funny Viral Photo Shows Woman Saving Cousin’s Engagement Photo With Her Manicured Nails
“My cousin’s boyfriend proposed to her but she didn’t have her nails done.”
Whenever we need some help, we often ask our close friends or family members to lend us a hand. This woman, however, did it quite literally as she saved the day for her cousin’s engagement photo – using her manicured hand!
As anyone can imagine, it’s definitely a sweet yet hilarious moment that captures the friendship between two relatives and how far they’re willing to go for each other. The photo eventually went viral on social media with many netizens sharing the post and leaving their comments.
“My cousin’s boyfriend proposed to her but she didn’t have her nails done,” wrote Jenna on Twitter.
Dad Can’t Stop Laughing At Daughter’s Corny Grocery Jokes
The jokes are good but their relationship is even better!
It always feels good when we see examples of a good parent-child relationship. Without a doubt, that can be said about this father and daughter pair from California who recently went viral on social media because of a hilarious yet unmistakably heartwarming video.
Twitter netizen Kylie Moy shared a 2-minute video taken inside a store in Los Alamitos, California when she and her dad Richard went out for a quick grocery run. What eventually caught everyone’s attention, aside from Kylie’s cheesy jokes, was how her father reacted to her one-liners.