Move aside cat videos and dance challenges, a new internet sensation has arrived, and it's not just catchy - it's grammatically analysed!
The phrase "So beautiful. So elegant. Just looking like a wow!" has become the talk of the town, drawing celebrities, influencers, and even grammar enthusiasts into the trend.
What's captivating is the varied interpretations each rendition offers, making it a viral sensation.
Among the prominent participants in this trend is Neetu Ma'am, the revered English teacher and founder of KP Campus Pvt Ltd.
Neetu Ma'am, a star on Desi Internet, showcased her teaching prowess in a recent viral reel.
The 'just like a wow' meme, going viral, saw this lesson version attracting some of the best comments and captions on X (formerly Twitter) too.
Trend ki dhhajjiyan udati huyi ma'am— Faheem (@_Afeem) November 13, 2023
Pt sir bhi eng mem ke saath aise hi flirt karta hoga— Jaffer (@jsfaizaan1469) November 14, 2023
Neetu Ma'am adopted a playful yet educational approach, transforming the viral meme into a grammar lesson that not only entertained but also delighted grammar aficionados.
The catchy phrase "Just looking like a wow!" originated from a viral video by Jasmeen Kaur, a Delhi-based businesswoman, showcasing clothes in October.
Jasmeen's infectious enthusiasm made the video famous. Interestingly, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma used the same caption for stunning photos of Assam's Kolia Bhomora Setu in Tezpur.
Next time you're browsing through viral challenges, remember, the true internet sensation is now a grammatically analyzed catchphrase, thanks to Neetu Ma'am and the 'Just Looking Like a Wow' phenomenon. Here, grammar meets glamour in the most delightful way!