If anybody wants a visible illustration of how 2020 goes thus far, that is it.
Twitter is perplexed by a surreal viral video that, actually, seems to be like a deleted scene from a David Lynch movie that David Lynch took out as a result of it was too bizarre. It’s unclear what precisely is happening, however the clip begins off with a bunch of individuals in chaos as a thriller flood pours out of the second story of a California motel.
The visitor are seemingly pushed mad (because of weeks of quarantine, we presume) as one man tries to get down from the second story of the constructing by, we child you not, leaping over the balcony railing onto the parked automotive under him, inflicting him to slide down the soaking moist car and fall on the bottom — and go away a HUGE dent on the hood of the automotive.
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As the now soaking moist man hides close to some bushes (???) and facility employees with face masks attempt to examine the supply of the flooding, a girl and younger woman scream on the high of their lungs, offering an all-too correct depiction of the world’s present psychological state.
The complicated clip shortly went viral after it was shared by Late Night with Seth Meyers author, Mike Scollins. Ch-ch-check out the insanity (under):
If that is Quibi, I’m all in. pic.twitter.com/h0Xqm9GYvZ
— Mike Scollins (@mikescollins) April 6, 2020
Some Twitter customers merely gave their commentary on the chaotic scene, writing:
“I can guarantee that maid doesn’t get paid enough to deal with this.”
“when he hid behind the bush hahaha”
“That Nancy Kerrigan scream though.”
“I am fascinated by the psychology behind that man thinking it was necessary or appropriate to do that.”
“Mr Bean written and directed by Lars Von Trier”
Others, in the meantime, have been begging for extra context, tweeting:
“What is going on I have so many questions”
“I will not be able to sleep until I know the backstory here.”
“But… why the screaming?!”
“I want to know everyone was so intent on stopping him from jumping”
Thankfully, different Twitter sleuths have been fast to provide their theories, musing:
“Fire alarm, looks like fire brigade water-hosing an apparent through an outside window, explaining the water, this guy panics… and the rest is history”
“Maybe it’s not water but some kind of acid or alcohol or something”
“[The screaming woman’s] husband was a scientist who got trapped inside a teleportation machine with her car and he slowly turned into the car. That’s why she’s over the top hysterical about it.”
At this level, we’d imagine something!
What do U suppose is happening on this video, Perezious readers?!
[Image via Netflix]