Hello, I am miss manners, also known as the English Lady or ‘gori mam’ from Lagaan, etc etc. So, this white lady is here once again to teach you… such a pity! In everyday life we keep expressing our views on every random thing. You guys get extremely difficult to handle in the comments section of my videos, but can’t help it… Anyhow I just can’t take you seriously! But on one day, your opinion is valued no matter who you are. That day is Voting Day. So in today’s class let’s see the Etiquettes of voting! So Bigg boss, little champs, Favourite Dancer, Best Mother in law and Sister in law all receive your enthusiastic votes! But now is the time to vote for insignificant categories like MPs / MLAs. This has 2 benefits First, you know whom hold accountable for the next 5 years and plus you get the bragging rights. The most important among all Voting Etiquettes is to gather information about the candidates. You take a lot of effort stalking cute guys/girls on Facebook/Instagram, just take half the amount of effort to go on the state’s CEO website and get to know the candidate. Don’t give importance to what their caste/religion is. Just ask them 2 questions, what work they have done before and if they have taken a bath! Also don’t accept any sort of gift or ‘Chai-pani’ from him because taking a bribe from the candidate is as shameful as making videos on stupid apps. I know your laziness will definitely give you 1000 reasons to not vote, But just remember that’s why you are single too. Not because you don’t vote but because your are lazy. Lastly I’ll tell you, after voting do not forget to post a photo with your finger on social media and after you choose your MLA subscribe to BHADIPA with full majority. Jay BhaDiPa! If you’ve already voted, let us know in the poll attached! If you haven’t yet, still tell us! And follow the etiquettes. My well-mannered babies!
A diver was drawn into a tug-of-war with an octopus when the sea creature tried to steal his GoPro in Australia Lawrence Scheele, a marine biology student, was diving off the coast in Sydney trying to capture the spectacular sea-life in July He then stumbled across the octopus at Balmoral Beach, Sydney, while snorkelling and set up a time-lapse to capture the animal The octopus was curious to investigate and snatched the GoPro and Lawrence acted quick to get a hold of it before the sneaky creature retreated In the fascinating clip, the sea creature wraps its speckled tentacles around the camera and latches on It flashes its ivory suckers and tries to pull the camera away from Lawrence’s grip, in the clip which has received 3,394 views on Instagram The octopus gets gradually closer and winds itself around the equipment and forcefully tugs as the biology student’s hand can be seen in the corner of the camera Lawrence Scheele, stumbled across the octopus while diving at Balmoral Beach, Sydney, and set up his GoPro for a timelapse of the sea creature But as Lawrence set up the camera, the creature wrapped its speckled tentacles around it and latched on RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Diver scientists stumble upon incredible sight of octopuses Mesmerising moment rare squid egg mass that resembles a. Share this article Share After a few seconds, the sea creature finally gives up and pulls away, in the GoPro clip uploaded on July 29 Its tentacles curl back under and it glides away into the darkness of the sea, in the footage captioned ‘OCTOPUS STEALS CAMERA! WHO WINS?’And this is not the first time Lawrence has come face-to-face with some of Australia’s majestic sea animals It flashes its ivory suckers and tries to pull the camera away from Lawrence’s grip, in the clip which has received 3,394 views on Instagram The octopus eventually gives up hope and slowly glides away into the darkness of the sea, in the clip which was shared on July 29 Lawrence shared the spectacular moment on his Instagram page on July 18 and received 2,891 video views People said the octopus did not want the diver to stop taking its picture, in the post’s comments He has captured his swim with the Australian Giant Cuttlefish in Sydney, Glaucus bennetae sea slug and Leafy seadragon on his Snorkeldownunder YouTube channel In his channel’s bio, he says: ‘Follow the adventure with me as I showcase the beauty of our underwater world and the unique creatures that inhabit it through snorkeling/free-diving and rock-pooling!’Here you’ll learn how to locate certain sea-life, photography pointers and adventure tips ‘