Internet Laughs at Mom's Muddy Face on Dog Walk: 'If Monday Was a Person'

A woman covered in mud has left the internet in stitches after a video of her reacting to it went viral on social media.

The video, shared on TikTok last Wednesday by the woman under the username Karina2you, shows the woman covered in mud all over her face explaining that she fell running after her dog, who was chasing a hare or rabbit.

In the clip, the woman's daughter can be heard calling "mama," asking her what happened, and according to German speaking users, the woman answered by saying: "What?! Nothing ... your dog saw a hare/rabbit."

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Stock image of a woman and dog in mud. A woman covered in mud has left the internet in stitches. Getty Images

Some dog breeds were initially bred to hunt rabbits, and that may be the reason they still like chasing them.

Among the most common hunting dogs are the Beagle, Basset hound, Dachshund, Jack Russell, Redbone Coonhound, and Weimaraner.

Dogs can get parasites from rabbits. Rabbits can carry tapeworms, and the cysts of the tapeworm can be embedded in the muscle tissue of the rabbit. If your dog has eaten a rabbit, your veterinarian will likely recommend that your dog receive a tapeworm dewormer.

The video quickly attracted animal users from all over the platform, receiving over 11.9 million views and 860,000 likes so far.

One user, none ya damn busines, commented: "I don't even speak the language but funny is universal." And hannah said: "No translation needed."

Although another user, Jasmin Gabriel, who speaks German, kindly translated for everyone, she said: "she is saying: What happened, Mom. Mom: "What?! Nothing... your dog saw a hare/rabbit."

Elobeau wrote: "The shoe did it for me." And Tuomas added: "Same. It was [the] cherry on top lol." And Among us said: "When you walk the dog for your mental health."

Another user, Taca, wrote: "If Monday was a person." And Ashley added: "She fought for her life." And Andrea Rose said: "The sole of her boot OMG am howling." Sap.phicc said: "The way I don't speak German at all yet I understood everything."

12345678910hoy said: "I think she enjoyed the walk with the dog." And generationxbabe added: "Came back from the battlefield."

Evii Rox said: "so the walk didn't go to plan then.." And Sorrowful Sunshine wrote: "I don't understand a word but I completely relate."

Newsweek reached out to Karina2you for comment. We could not verify the details of the case.

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