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Hands-free Bubble Tea challenge is in because it highlights two highly popular things

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The Internet is all about the latest challenges – with some gaining traction and going viral while others quietly pass into oblivion. In line with everyone’s continued love for milk tea, a new challenge was born.

Behold, the Hands-free Bubble Tea Challenge.

For those not yet acquainted with this endeavour, all you have to do is get your hands on some bubble tea and drink it without the use of your hands.

This is where assets come to play. The goal of the challenge is to use your chest as support to hold onto the beverage while you snap a photo and drink.

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Inspired by Tawawa, a collection of illustrations by artist Kiseki Himura, the challenge has gone viral in Japan, Taiwan and other parts of Asia, thanks to a Japanese model who tweeted a video of herself drinking café latte supported by her chest.

Let’s take a look at the contestants, shall we?

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#MilkTeaChallenge ?✌?

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The challenge is not limited to well-endowed women. All it took is some imagination, and people posted their own version of the challenge.

@gasshun proved that men could also have a little fun with the opportunity.

Meanwhile, Rocesalyn Daquiz Moriente from the Philippines posted a photo of her brother who took the challenge up a notch and used another body part as support.

Milktea challenge ACCEPTED..!!!!Wala kayo sa kuya q. Hahahha sisiw… Piissssss hhahhaPost ur milktea challenge hihi#brother#milktea

Posted by Rocesalyn Daquiz Moriente on Saturday, June 22, 2019

This was quickly picked up by the male population in the below thread

Another milktea challenge

Posted by Trending Topic on Saturday, June 22, 2019

For something a bit more extra, Thai cosplayer Benjaphorn expanded the poses one could do with the #MilkTeaChallenge.

For those who want to try the challenge but don’t have the means to do so, Claire Morales shared a little trick via Facebook.

“Tip: If you wanna do the milktea challenge and you’re a flat chested lady, wear a fitted shirt and tuck the milktea inside. Thank me later,” she wrote.

Tip: If you wanna do the milktea challenge and you’re a flat chested lady, wear a fitted shirt and tuck the milktea…

Posted by Claire Morales on Friday, June 21, 2019

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