The latest Instagram challenge has been revealed.
Going into self-isolation has created a window for many new trends on social media. As more people across the world are advised to stay at home, some have come up with fun challenges to make the quarantine period more bearable.
So, what's the 'Only Until Tomorrow' challenge about? Here's the latest Instagram trend explained!
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So nobody really gonna tell us what “until tomorrow” is all about???— Slammy McJammy (@welcomtothejam) March 25, 2020
Twitter going to make its own thing, we only tweeting “since yesterday” with some goofy picture from now own and see how y’all like it pic.twitter.com/8RS9Ho0W7i
'Only Until Tomorrow' challenge: What does the caption mean?
The latest challenge on Instagram sees users post weird and cringey pictures of themselves for the next 24 hours. They then caption their photos with the hashtags #UntilTomorrow or #OnlyUntilTomorrow.
The rules to join the trend are pretty simple - the more embarrassing the photo, the better! The snaps are also available for the next day, so people are allowed to delete them after that.
As people go under quarantine for their safety, hilarious challenges are one of the ways to brighten up the days at home.
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Ne lájkolgassatok össze-vissza, mert kihívnak valami idióta challenge-re. Te meg ha elèg hülye vagy, teljesíted. Köszönöm, @insta_dinsta!/Don’t like any crap you see because you’re gonna get challenged and if you’re dumb enough you’ll accept it. Thanks, Dina! #challange #youdontneedenemies #withfriends #like #these #solofinoadomani #onlyuntiltomorrow 10.10.2019.
'Only Until Tomorrow' challenge: How to do it
To take part in the challenge, you have to like someone's picture with the hashtag #onlyuntiltomorrow or #untiltomorrow. Once you do that, you should receive a message to share a snap of yourself.
For instance, here at HITC Entertainment, we decided to give the challenge a try. We received the following message after liking one user's picture:
"You liked my post so you have to post an embarrassing picture of yourself, for the caption you’re ONLY allowed to write “until tomorrow" and you can only tag me. You must send this message to everyone who has liked your picture. The picture must stay posted for 24 hours. Good luck and don't spoil the game!"
As the message above, don't forget to delete the snap after 24 hours - that's why the challenge is called only until tomorrow!
Some have, however, forgotten to delete their pics after 24 hours, as the trend gains more and more popularity, the likes keep climbing.
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Twitter reacts to 'Only Until Tomorrow'
Although the trend has gone viral on Instagram, it looks like Twitter isn't having any of it.
Many have voiced their opinion on the new trend, and they ain't happy. Several Twitter users have liked other people's posts on Instagram but quickly regretted their decisions as they simply don't want to join the challenge.
As a result, some have vowed to stay away from Insta until the challenge is over while others have even contemplated deleting their Instagram accounts!
Check out some of the best responses to the 'Only Until Tomorrow' trend on Twitter...
Over here trying to be nice and like pics on insta then I see “until tomorrow” yeaa lemme take that like back pic.twitter.com/RYEXVN8nXq— Kenysha (@NeshaLuvsYa) March 26, 2020
BRO I didn’t know that if you liked one of yalls until tomorrow posts it meant that EYE have to post my own??? I was just trying to be a supportive friend pic.twitter.com/gjzolNY1AV— sad scorpio (@aeonian) March 26, 2020
me going back & unliking all of the “until tomorrow” instagram posts before everyone dm’s me to do their dumb challenge pic.twitter.com/weqwS18d6I— zahra (@zhashx) March 25, 2020
“So....you liked my post so you have to post an embarrassing picture of yourself, for the caption you’re ONLY allowed to write “until tomorrow" and you can only tag me.”— pandemic shack (@shaikhshack) March 25, 2020
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