Can 2020 Get Any Worse? It Already Feels Like A Jumanji Here In The Philippines

Can 2020 Get Any Worse? It Already Feels Like A Jumanji Here In The Philippines

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Before 2020 came in you probably had  a lot of exciting ideas that you want to do in the year ahead such as going on a vacation, celebrating a birthday out of town, attending a wedding and many more. Whatever plans you have in mind, probably didn’t happened.

Instead of 2020 giving us an exciting year, what it gave us so far are crazy and baffling experiences. From wildfires, volcanic eruptions, death of Kobe Bryant, the killing of George Floyd, locust swarms, and of course the COVID-19 pandemic, nothing right seems to be happening so far and it already feels like we are leaving in a Jumanji world.

I have seen weird things in my life but this one ranks up there. 🤣🤣🤣Hindi po yan google app ha.Nakascooter pa naman ako baka asawahin ako hahaha. #OstrichThis video is managed exclusively by ViralPress. For usage email video@viralpress.com

Posted by Dino Rivera on Monday, August 3, 2020

To top it off, just recently a video of an ostrich running in the middle of the road in a gated community in Quezon City became viral. I don’t know about you, but the video  seems to be like a scene straight out  off Jumanji and it gave people a good laugh, which is the most important thing because what we need right now is a little break from all the sad news that we see online and a little good vibes.

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