There is now a new challenge on the internet and this time, it involves the most popular and Insta-worthy drink these days, bubble tea. This challenge is known as the “Hands-free Bubble Tea Challenge”, which was inspired by Tawawa, a collection of illustrations by Kiseki Himura and it quickly went viral as netizens decided to try it out.
Simply put, this challenge involves girls balancing the bubble tea cup on their boobs and drinking from it. It’s called “hands-free” because if you have boobs big enough to balance the cup then you don’t have to use your hands to hold it. Now you know why this challenge is suddenly so popular!
— Hカップな広告マン-アリペイサン (@hcupadman) June 8, 2019
This challenge took off on Japanese social media, with a Japanese model tweeting a short video of herself drinking a latte that was balanced on her chest while using a computer. This went viral with more than 18,000 retweets and soon, other netizens jumped on the bandwagon as well.
It looks like not everyone will be able to pull it off, seeing as you have to be blessed with the right assets to do so. It seems like this is also a low key way to flaunt your bust! In fact, this challenge has become so popular that it even inspired fan art.
However, for the guys out there, you can also take on this challenge and succeed, just like this netizen who commented on the model’s post and posted a video of himself using his impressive chest muscles to hold a drink.
Remember peeps, the size of your chest doesn’t matter because everyone is beautiful in their own unique way!
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