WATCH: Man’s heartfelt ballad to Cyclone Debbie goes viral

“Oh Debbie, please don’t take my house away…”

A man has become a viral sensation after posting a video of himself singing a song to Tropical Cyclone Debbie.

Karmon Power took to Facebook on Monday night in an attempt to put a smile on the faces of people in north Queensland.

“All this hype about Cyclone Debbie, thought I’d write a song about her,” Power captioned the clip.

“Stay safe North Queensland. This is for the people sitting around the house with the cyclone blues.”

The video instantly went viral and as of 12.00pm Tuesday, it had more than 68,000 views.


White Chicken

WATCH: I say, I say, that’s a giant chicken

If ever there was a chicken that could take on a dog, this would be it.

Fans of Foghorn Leghorn from the classic Looney Tunes cartoons would have to agree, this real life chicken is a lot like the much-loved smart-talking character.

Footage of the giant chicken emerging from its coop is going viral, and it’s little wonder why.

First it pokes its head out of the coop and then steps out. And its feathers just keep coming.

It. Is. Huge.

Check it out… And don’t stop there, keep scrolling for a classic Foghorn Leghorn clip.

Ed Sheeran

People cannot believe how much this toddler looks like Ed Sheeran

They say everyone has a doppelgänger and we’re pretty sure we’ve just found Ed Sheeran’s…

A baby girl from the UK is wowing the internet with her uncanny resemblance to the British pop star.

The toddler’s image started trending online after it was uploaded to Twitter by a family member.

Immediately, it was shared thousands of times by people shocked at “baby Sheerans” similarities.

Boy Writing

Boy leaves apology note with $5 attached after stealing from woman

A boy has left a heartbreaking apology letter after stealing a wind chime from a woman’s home.

The woman, who is from Tacoma in Washington, took to Facebook over the weekend, posting a photo of the handwritten note in the hope to track down the boy to give him another set of her chimes.

“I am sorry that we stole your Windchimes our mom died and like butterflies so my sister took it and put it by our window,” the boy wrote.

The letter also had a $5 note attached to it.

“I am sorry this is only money I have please do not be mad. Jake.”

The woman has now asked the boy to come around to her home to take back his money.

“Well Jake, I not sure who you are but you can come get your money back sweetie. I had 3 of those windchimes you can come back get your money back and have 1 also so both of you have your own. I am not mad please come over to my house.”

The post has since gone viral online.


Try not to shed a tear while watching this heartwarming, viral Canadian ad

This Canadian advertisement about empathy and inclusiveness is probably one of the most touching videos you will watch today.

The 60-second clip, created by Cleansheet Communications, shows a young wheel-chair bound boy watching a group of kids playing basketball nearby.

After noticing the boy in the wheelchair, the kids decide to create their own ‘makeshift wheelchairs’ so that he doesn’t have to feel left out.

“When a neighbourhood kid steps up to make sure everyone is included, he demonstrates that when the best of us steps up, our nation stands a little taller,” the description of the advertisement reads.

The video has touched the heart of millions of people around the world.

“I truly love witnessing happiness, take a look at the boy’s smile after “Come on”. The goodness in the blonde boy’s heart is immense. When I first saw this short film, I about busted down crying,” one person wrote.

“Love to see how inclusion is starting to play a bigger role in our society, ” commented another.