Dwayne Johnson surprised fans online by commenting on the video comparing his iconic single eyebrow to cows.
The 10 second clip is shared Twitter by Dr. Ajayita Chanana It begins with footage of Rock shooting his trademark look before the section to a close-up of a brown cow.
At the time of writing, the footage had been viewed over 4.5 million times, with Mr Ajayita asking his followers: “Who did it better?”
The store appeared keen on the debate with the post gaining over 19,000 retweets and weighing in at over 146,000 likes.
PaulaJohnsonAZ commented: “I’m a fan of rock, but the cow wins this one” while Saketbhoir wrote: “The cow won, many are tired of chewing with their eyes.”
Rajnigandhatoo said: “In the words of Rock, it doesn’t matter who did it better”, while Ironman_dhfrdj replied: “Rax equaled the bull”.
Comments aren’t just reserved for ordinary Twitter users though.
He is too eager to talk about things; Johnson retweeted I see him writing: “Well, I didn’t expect that from my friend moo cow.”
A medical profession based in Chandigarh, India, said Dr. Ajayita Newsweek which was never expected Johnson to retweet his post, which is based on a video originally created by ddofinternet.
But she was pleased with what she was doing; describing Black Adam star as a “big game” to see the funny side in it all. “I love Rock and I shared this video because I know he’s a great person and I’m not offended,” he said. “His opinion justified my faith in his goodness.”
But while Dr Ajayita confessed to being a fan, she had a surprising response when asked who did better out of Johnson and the cow. “I hate to say it, but it’s just a two-penny cow,” he said.
It is uncertain whether the cow is taught to imitate Johnson, or whether the eyebrow comes naturally to him. However, there is evidence to suggest that cows are capable of performing the kind of basic tasks that are usually associated with cats and dogs.
Next year, study in Current Biology Calves can be found when they are potty trained. As part of the research, 16 calves were placed in a small bathroom, which included a 45-minute toilet-style bath.
Calves who used the toilet for peeing were given food. The water was sprinkled when they did not use the toilet.
Interestingly, 11 of the 16 calves eventually learned to use the toilet. An even more fascinating study, conducted by the Institute for Animal Welfare and Animal Husbandry in Germany, was also able to open the door to the toilet by pushing their heads.
The researchers hypothesized that those who failed to use the secret would eventually learn to do so if the study continued for a certain period of time. If they can learn to use the toilet, then it is not out of the realm of possibility that a cow can be taught to raise one eyebrow at its master.
Newsweek Johnson’s representatives have been contacted for comment.