"You're excluding her because she makes being a mom everyone else's problem," said one social media user.
Social media users were amazed by the plane landing amid "unseen tumultuous currents" in the viral clip.
Kyle Koukol told Newsweek that the chimes you hear on a plane can indicate "something as simple as asking for a cup of coffee" from the cabin crew.
The owner said that as soon as the door was shut, the feline wanted to be let back inside.
Several TikTok and Instagram users were moved by the dog's reaction in the clip, with one writing: "Don't ever leave that baby alone ever again."
The rare view from the skies has shocked users on TikTok, with one writing "no way, so lucky."
The former air hostess told Newsweek that "there's no rule" saying you can't access this area, "but it's not something that flight attendants encourage..."
Several TikTok users were impressed by the passenger's reaction during the flight in the viral post, with one writing: "I could never be so relaxed..."
Airline pilot Gary Baumgardner told Newsweek that one of the most misunderstood aspects about his profession is that planes "fly themselves."
Dr. Valerie Ulene told Newsweek, "staying well hydrated when you fly is important, especially on longer flights."
Several users were moved by the viral animal-rescue video, with one writing that the cow has "so much sadness in her eyes."
Several Reddit users criticized the husband in the post, with one writing he is "completely out of touch with reality."
Several TikTok users were amazed and inspired by the woman in the viral clip, with one writing she's "gonna be the strongest mama!"
"Everyone assumed they were mine and added stress via glares/comments while I was dealing with my own stressors," the exasperated passenger said online.
Several users swooned over the puppies discovered in the viral clip, with one writing, "They want to be loved so bad."
Several TikTok users were amused by the scene portrayed in the viral clip, with one writing the damage will "buff out."
Several Reddit users sided with the bride-to-be in the latest post, with one writing "it's well within her right" to exclude her stepsister from the wedding.
Mike Smith said Delta may have canceled his wife's booking—and that of 100 passengers—because of an "incorrect note" linked to a cancellation.
Several TikTok users swooned over the feline's gesture in the viral clip, with one writing she must have been thinking "my mom would probably like this."
Caroline Smith told Newsweek that Lily, the disabled dog, "pushes through" every single day and shows that "animals really are fighters."
Several social media users were amused by the dog's reaction in the latest viral clip, with one writing: "That's one mad doggo."
Dr. Joe Alton told Newsweek: "Both vitamin D deficiency and childhood obesity are considered to be at epidemic levels in many countries."
"I had no idea what was wrong until it happened. He knew, his instinct to protect us from danger shows his loyalty," the video text reads.
The latest viral post has sparked debate among users on TikTok, with one writing these New York City apartments "all make a jail cell look better."
Alessandra Leon told Newsweek that these moves have been 100 percent effective in helping her stomach look more toned and flat.
Several TikTok users were moved by the cat adoption story in the viral post, with one writing older cats "deserve love too."
Several TikTok users were impressed by the dog's escape in the latest viral clip, while some were concerned.
Some TikTok users found the tip in the viral clip to be "handy," while others were not impressed, with one writing "my eyes do this for me."
Many Reddit users sided with the woman, with one writing that the friend's difficult behavior "has nothing to do with a disability."
Several TikTok users were in stitches over the latest viral clip, with one writing that the video shows "a perfect way to smooth the covers."