Monday, April 20, 2015

The #KylieJennerChallenge Takes Over Social Media

Teen girls are disfiguring their faces in an effort to achieve the 'Kylie Jenner' look.
A shocking #KylieJennerChallenge hashtag encouraging teens to compete to share their 'enlarged' pout pictures has started trending on Twitter.
The 'challenge' to recreate Kylie Jenner's pout has thrown up a host of less than delightful pictures on the social network site since it started trending late on Sunday night.
Those involved have been sharing shots of before and after pictures of their enlarged lips once they've held a glass over their mouths.
One Twitter user simply wrote "I screwed up" next to her worrying picture, while another said "I look so gross".
It quickly sparked a flurry of criticism, with one writing: "Is this #kyliejennerchallenge for real? How stupid is this generation? Do people not realise they're bursting blood vessels?"
Another said: "To everyone doing the #kyliejennerchallenge WHAT THE HECK IS WRONG WITH YOU?!"
And: "Even if I didn't have plump lips, I would never subject myself to this kind of stupidity."
"Congratulations for the dumbest trend of all time," shared someone else.
Jacked from The Mirror


WTF???!!!!! said...

This is the most fucked up generation ever and social media killed whatever brain cells they had left.

Anonymous said...

That right there!!! @147

Anonymous said...

Way to much time on their hands, EXTREMELY low self esteem and NO POSITIVE role models in their lives......sad.
This is not a next generation, its just a up &coming mess. Generations carry on and do better. I don't know what this is the kids now days are doing. Just a lost cause... SMH

Anonymous said...

You said it all 1:47!! Seriously.......damn. SMH

Anonymous said...

Yeah except for blaming social media, ITA this generation is lost beyonce recovery.

Sunni said...

This is Generation Dumb as Fuck and Stupid as Hell. These children have been failed on every level of common sense.

It Miss Cunt to you hoes. said...

Dumb, useless and brain dead, these types will probably end up on forensic files in a few years.

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