This is why eating ice is going viral
Chewing ice may seem trivial, but it is currently trending particularly in China.
People have been posting videos of themselves chewing ice in various forms.
Jonathan Fairbain, says that the reason people do this is because the sound creates a autonomous sensory meridian response for some people. This is apparently when they feel a pulse that starts at the back of the head, going up and down.
Here is a video...
A hotel key has also gone viral, after a man posted a picture of his bank card in the card slot of his hotel room.
Fairbairn says that there is a perception that only your hotel key card will be able to make the lights in the room work. But this man made it work using his bank card. See here...
Wanted to charge my battery pack whilst I was I eating dinner, but needed my keycard pic.twitter.com/TsHqihGxTu— katyagar moonagon (@Oog) March 14, 2018
The last viral story on Fairbain's list involves a mile high club going wrong. The mile high club refers to people who have had sex whilst flying on a plane. This week a couple got caught while getting busy in the bathroom.
They were busted by three flight attendants and a passenger captured this on camera...
Listen to the full conversation with Jonathan Fairbairn...
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