"Improper fraction"- See the picture that got reaction on social media.
This picture of an extremely tall guy and a short lady got people talking.
It is so funny and thoughtful based on how people react to some certain things on social media. Do it mean that most people are good writer or just think fast?
When the picture surfaced on a Facebook group with the name "Inside Life", there were funny reactions.
As other Facebook users were caption the picture, a lady added "Improper Fraction" which is very funny.
The fact is that some people have social media characters and physical character separately.
You could met a weird person on social media, but in reality the case is always different.
However, there's no blame for those reacting on social media posts or pictures since the original owners wanted it to be made public in the first place.
It is no doubt that it is what people are currently saying that they wanted to know before making the posts.
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