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After A4 Waist and iPhone6 Legs, Here Is the 'Heart-Shaped Boob' Challenge | What's on Weibo
The internet is full of weird concepts and challenges a lot of which originate from China. Going by the latest trend, women are making heart shapes with their breasts and posting it on social networking sites. The trend has attracted quite some traction with thousands of women taking to the internet to post pictures of their breasts in the shape of a heart. Chinese social media is now pouring with images of women posing for the breast challenge. As per reports, the trend began after a hostess live streamed the same to gain more followers thus starting the challenge. It triggered after someone on Weibo said that woman with small breast cannot complete the challenge.
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Heart-Shaped Boob Challenge Is The Latest Trend That Has Taken Chinese Social Media By Storm
Viral trends and challenges are known to be weird. They rarely make on any sense or have any purpose and, to be honest, we kinda like that. Not everything has to make sense or have some sort of greater meaning, especially when it comes to memes and the like.
Heart-Shaped Boob Challenge refers to a viral photo trend on Chinese social media in which women post selfies of themselves making a heart-shape with their hands over their breasts such that their hand covers their nipple to avoid censorship. After reportedly being spread through Chinese message boards in the month of July, it began trending on Chinese social media site Weibo,  where the tag for the challenge has over 23 million followers as of August 10th, There, users compare the challenge to the A4 Waist challenge , which was a popular trend over a year ago in China in which women placed a piece of paper over their back to show they were skinnier than the width of the paper. After being covered by WhatsOnWeibo,  the trend was reported on by several other outlets including Daily Dot ,  Shanghaiist,  Daily Mail ,  and more.