[WATCH] Twin toddlers climbing a fridge has Twitter in stitches!

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Twin boys climbing a fridge, has Twitter in stitches!

[Watch] SA cricket team climbs Table Mountain to prepare for World Cup

What would you do if you found your twin boys climbing to the top of the fridge?

Social media is in awe of how easily these little boys climb to the top of the fridge.

Ben Carson mixed up the real estate term 'REO' with Oreo cookies.

Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, US Secretary Ben Carson mistakenly mixed Oreo cookies up with REO, a standard real estate term.

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