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In the recent years, there have been interesting challenges between users that show their skills in the specific subject and make a good time for their audiences.

A new Bottlecap challenge?

What is the Bottle Cap challenge?

Almost in all period of time people have something to make them have fun. It is not always just about having fun, sometimes these kinds of challenges cause an excellent event happens, like a charity. They invited people or celebrities to do the challenge to understand a special group of people, like the cold water challenge. The cold water challenge started on July–August 2014 to promote awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. And then the 10-year challenges started. It may not remind us of a particular group of people, but it profoundly reminds us of ourselves and how we get through our life during these ten years? Where are we now? And is that a place we always wanted to be in these ten years.

After these exciting challenges, we get to this new one:

“Bottle Cap Challenge”

This challenge is in a way that you should unscrew a bottle cap with your foot. But the question is when does it start? By who? There is no reliable source, but the researchers show that Farabi Davletchin, a Taekwondo instructor and fighter, was the first person who started this challenge on June 25. After that, the game started, and even celebrities followed him same as Max Holloway, who challenged John Mayer. That was just a beginning; here are the top Bottle Cap challenge on social media. Some celebrities take it seriously, but there are always a group of people that love to make fun of everything.

Take a look at some celebrity’s challenges :

Kendall Jenner

Jason Statham

Donnie Yen

Justin Bieber

Here are some funny celebrity’s challenges

 Blake Shelton



What do you think? Are you able to meet this challenge? Let’s give it a try

What Is the 10-year Challenge on Social Media?

For a lot of us, being forced to look through old pictures of ourselves can be an unpleasant experience. Did I really wear that out in public? Why did I do that to your eyebrows? And what in the world was I thinking with those highlights? But The first big meme of 2019 is not just making users look at their old embarrassing photos, but actually share them with the world.

It’s called the #10yearchallenge, and its premise is extremely easy. You share a photo of yourself from 10 years ago next to a picture from today, to reveal how far you have (or haven’t) come. The challenge has taken over every corner of social media. Users are doing it on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat.

Remember, back in 2009 we still took pictures with actual, physical cameras. We even wrote our Facebook statuses in the third person, wore Live-strong bracelets, and iPhones weren’t useful for much other than that application where you had to pretend you were drinking a pint of lager. A lot has changed since then. Right?

The best celebrity efforts

There are a lot of celebrities and stars getting in on the game to show off their #glowup, although many of them look the same.

  • Gabrielle Union is in her 40s now but doesn’t let you think she looks a day over 26.
  • Meanwhile, Jameela Jamil used her #10yearchallenge to make a point about influencer and celebrity Instagram culture.

10-year challenge parodies

As always with memes like this, a lot of people have taken it beyond the original meaning and used it to make hilarious jokes.

The serious side

But some people have also used the challenge to make a point about the environment.

So what are you waiting for? Look for your old pictures in those photo albums and share it on social media to show your #glowup to everyone.

Best Social Media Challenges of All Time

Every year social media sees a new trend come to life that brings people together to take part in the awesome “challenges.” Over the years we have seen trends that include staying still, crazy dances, laying down, and pouring freezing cold water over yourself that have swept the social media. We’ve gathered a list of the top challenges ever to hit the internet and included some of our favorites.

1- Planking

The Planking Challenge is the best of them all. Planking started it all when it filled Facebook feeds everywhere from 2010-2011. The term planking began in 2008 in Australia when Sam Weckert and friends decided to create a Facebook page to share pictures of the best planking pictures. Since then, Planking has generated multiple different variations, including Gallon Smashing, Owling, and the best of the best, Tebowing.

2- Tebowing

Tebowing is the act of bending on one knee and putting your elbow on your knee and your fist on your forehead. After the Denver Broncos defeated the Miami Dolphins during the 2011 NFL season, quarterback Tim Tebow got down to one knee and performed the pose. Jared Klienstein posted a picture later that night doing the pose and then created a blog on Tumblr dedicated to sharing photos of people Tebow-ing. Tebow also has a Twitter record for most tweets associated to a sports event – with 9,420 tweets per second – when Tebow and the Broncos defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in the NFL Playoffs on a game-winning touchdown pass in overtime to Demaryius Thomas.

3- The Harlem Shake

The Harlem Shake isn’t the dance from the 1980s; it is a 30-second video that starts with one person in a helmet or mask on, dancing to the opening of “Harlem Shake” by Baauer surrounded by people who are not paying attention. At 15 seconds, the song got a bass drop, and that’s when the video involves a jump cut to the entire group dancing wildly usually using costumes and props. The Harlem Shake trend was generated by Youtube user “DizastaMusic.” Youtube users started replicating the original video and uploading their own.


4- Ice bucket challenge

What began as a fundraising campaign, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge immediately transformed into one of the most significant viral challenges ever, drawing in celebrities, such as Mark Zuckerberg, Oprah, and Bill Gates to do the challenge. The challenge started in 2014 when golfer Chris Kennedy was nominated by a friend to take part in the Ice Bucket Challenge, not correlated with ALS at the time. He was to pick a charity to donate to and then pass it on. He selected ALS and passed it on due to relative suffering from the illness. The challenge spread from New York to Boston to Florida; soon after, it got through all of the United States.

5- cinnamon challenge

The Cinnamon Challenge is a trendy food challenge that requires people recording themselves, eating a spoonful of cinnamon in under 60 seconds without drinking anything. The challenge, comparable to the Kylie Jenner ‘Lip Challenge,’ was met with an inspection due to health risks of the mouth and throat from swallowing cinnamon and was mainly posted through Facebook and YouTube.

6- in my feelings challenge

This popular dance craze has been mopping the social media, with thousands of users (even celebrities!) sharing videos doing the same moves to the tune of Drake’s hit Scorpion song “In My Feelings.”