Live moms on cam
April the giraffe's impending birth continues to enthrall viewers across the country who have been glued to the live cam inside her enclosure for weeks.
Elsewhere on the Internet, another expecting mother's live cam went viral when she decided to don a giraffe mask and reenact April's performance.
For those of you fortunate enough to have avoided this non-troversy, let's bring you up to speed.
During the Carolina Panthers' victory over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, Newton became the talk of the town when he broke into "The Dab," a dance move made popular in Atlanta, following his game-clinching touchdown run.
"[My daughter] was excited we were near the end zone, so we would be close to the 'action,' particularly in the second half," Plorin wrote. The arrogant struts and the 'in your face' taunting of both the Titans' players and fans. You have amazing talent and an incredible platform to be a role model for them.
Rosemary Plorin was particularly upset because Newton's Dabbing took place during her nine-year-old daughter's first live NFL game, and she felt as though Newton acted like a "spoiled brat." Seriously. "Unfortunately, what you modeled for [the kids] today was egotism, arrogance and poor sportsmanship," she continued. Newton, but I think I'm safe in saying thousands of kids watch you every week.
It’s hunkered down near a hummock where one of the adults has left a lemming. Dad’s remaining a bit passive, something Holt has noted in the past. This chick is 34 days old as of today (July 22) and walked off the nest a couple of weeks ago.
He expresses nothing but admiration, though, for the female and the job she has been doing. This is the younger of the two chicks we hoped to find.
He apparently did the dance at the behest of his little brother, but the Titans didn't appreciate the gesture, so linebacker Avery Williamson – who did some dancing of his own after sacking Newton earlier in the game – got in Newton's face and let his feelings be known.
Newton danced some more, trolled the Titans postgame – "I'm a firm believer if you don't like it, keep me out [of the end zone]," he said – then let the Panthers' perfect record do the rest of the talking.