Japanese Netizen Tweets Picture of Actual End of a Rainbow, Finds No Gold

Japanese Netizen Tweets Picture of Actual End of a Rainbow, Finds No Gold

August 21, 2017
A Japanese netizen who arrived at the end of a rainbow shared the “magical” sight on Twitter, amusing anyone who has ever wondered what it looks like.
Japanese Twitter user @utstar_ stumbled upon the rare beauty while driving last week. As seen in his photo, the end of the rainbow was right in front of his car!
“For the first time in my life, I saw the end of a rainbow,” he wrote.
@utstar_’s post has received at least 188,000 likes and 68,000 retweets since its posting on August 16.
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It’s been said that a pot of gold lies at the end of a rainbow; no word on whether or not @utstar_ found one. What he did find, however, was the remarkable beauty that mother nature had to offer.
People expressed their awe at such a miraculous sight (via SoraNews24):
“They say that there’s treasure buried at the end of the rainbow!”
“That’s really amazing! So that’s where you climb onto the rainbow, huh.”
“If you dig there, perhaps you might just find an oil field.”
“Ever since I was little, I’ve always wanted to see the end of a rainbow.”
“A long time ago, it is said that people who chance upon the end of a rainbow will be blessed with happiness. If you hold on to that photo, something good might come your way.”
Have you ever reached the end of a rainbow?
      Carl Samson

      Carl Samson is a Senior Editor for NextShark




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