New Delhi, May 14: The Internet and its users never fail to serve us with great discoveries or astounding facts that instantly drive people insane. Much to the interest of netizens on Twitter, here's a woman who claims that 'sindoor triggers sexual drive' in a video shared on social media, which has gone viral.
Source: Trust me bro. pic.twitter.com/Styf7egGPB
— Denial Sloss (Rohit) (@rohshah07) May 11, 2022
The woman puts forward her claim in the video posted by 'Be. Bodywise' on Instagram. Although the original video is no longer available, the screenshots of the woman with her touted claims have gone viral on Twitter. Viral Clip From Swarna Ghar Shows Sangita Ghosh Fighting for Life After Getting Her Dupatta Stuck in Table Fan, Netizens DED Laughing.
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me after knowing that sindoor boosts sexual drive https://t.co/Q2rlFhXXa9pic.twitter.com/3u1oQrBRw5
— lala (@lalajighabraye) May 12, 2022
In the video, the woman is seeing explaining the benefits of wearing the sindoor. From talking about various benefits of sindoor to claiming that the mercury in sindoor helps in relaxing the body, the screenshots surfacing on social media have sparked a stream of hilarious comments.
Here are a few of the most hilarious reactions to the crazy claim of sindoor boosting our sex drive. Calvin Klein Ad Campaign Showing Pregnant Transgender Man Becomes Talking Point on Twitter.
Sharing a very commonly enjoyed meme of two cats getting into a fight, a Twitter user displayed his wit on the matter saying, "The anti-depressants and Sindoor fighting in my body to control my sex drive"
The anti-depressants and Sindoor fighting in my body to control my sex drive https://t.co/DBTU90LZ3Opic.twitter.com/7bxLtmUzWE
— Abdeali (@abujivaji) May 12, 2022
Another user commented on the post writing, "My fav is the mention of 'triggers sex drive' as if Sindoor is an aphrodisiac. this is the chutki sindoor ki keemat Shanti was talking about."
^this is the chutki sindoor ki keemat Shanti was talking about.
— Denial Sloss (Rohit) (@rohshah07) May 12, 2022
Another user took a dig at the woman's unnatural claim with a pinch of sarcasm, saying, "Mercury is a heavy metal and prolonged exposure can cause a variety of illnesses lmao."