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Learn how to survive tough conversations on this week’s Brunch WTF

Catch up with the best finds of the Internet with Brunch WTF

brunch Updated: May 13, 2017 21:37 IST
Aanchal Tuli
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Here’s your list to the Internet’s viral content of the week.

There’s a lot that achieve viral status online every week. We pick the best one, which are worthy of your Sunday attention. Here’s what to -Watch, Tap and Follow on the Internet this week.


Heineken’s latest campaign, Worlds Apart, brings together people from opposing thought schools and gets them to discuss their differences over a beer. 10 million views and counting!


Get your weekly inspiration from the @HumansOfBombay Instagram handle. Awesome stories from some truly awesome people like Virali and Naman here.

"I was born and brought up in the US. Growing up, I used to play football, I was a swimmer, a writer, a model and my biggest dream was to become a doctor. One summer vacation, when I was 14 and travelling to India I didn’t take any Malaria pills…I was fine while I was there but when I got back to the US I fell sick. My temperature was fluctuating and I had a constant headache but the doctors there said it was just a seasonal flu. It got worse — I started hallucinating and when I reached the ER, I had a cardiac arrest and slipped into a coma for 23 days. During this time, I was declared dead twice and the doctors gave my parent’s the option of ‘pulling the plug’ and taking me off life support. My parent’s begged the doctors to somehow keep me alive until my birthday which was 7 days later… and call it a miracle but on my 15th birthday, I opened my eyes… paralysed neck down. The next few months were depressing for me — I even tried committing suicide twice because I felt so lost and dependent. It was during this time that I came across the book, ‘the Secret’ and started applying it — for 3 weeks I visualised moving my arms and call it mind over matter — it was only once I changed my frame of mind that my exercises began to work and I had mobility in my upper body!(1/2)

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@AnilKapoor who is Indian Twitter’s favourite dad. Just look at these adorable pictures of him clicking daughter Sonam at the National Awards. #Goals!

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