On TikTok, a series of controversial new trends have emerged that all involve causing havoc at school.
It all started with the viral ‘devious lick’ challenge which saw people stealing things, like toilet roll and soap dispensers, from school bathrooms.
The trend dominated September, but did you know that TikTok users have actually compiled a whole list of disrespectful challenges for every month of the school year?
Here’s the full list…
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TikTok’s school challenges list revealed
According to a list that’s circling TikTok and Twitter right now, these are the planned challenges for the rest of the school year.
September: Vandalise school bathrooms
October: Smack a staff member
November: Kiss your friend’s girlfriend at school
December: “Deck the halls and show your b***” (show your private parts)
January: Jab a breast
February: Mess up school signs
March: Make a mess in the courtyard or cafeteria
April: “Grab some eggz” (another stealing challenge)
May: Ditch day
June: Flip off in the front office
July: Spray a neighbour’s fence
Twitter slams the school challenges
Many people, including teachers and parents, have been taking to Twitter to slam the disgusting school challenges.
Social media users are trying to shut down the horrible trend, urging students to have more respect for their educators.
One person wrote: “I hope no teachers get hurt, if said challenge does happen, & I hope schools & parents/guardians start teaching kids to be kinder & more respectful to all.”
“There are currently monthly challenges for students that have gone viral. September’s challenge was to vandalize school bathrooms. October’s challenge is to slap the backside of a staff member (of course, this is assault). PLEASE talk to your kids,” said another.
A third person added: “It’s time for @tiktok_us to ban all these challenges that disrupt school. Enough already.”
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Schools are taking action
After September’s school bathroom trend caused chaos in schools, and October’s slap a teacher trend begins to emerge, schools are taking action to shut down the challenges.
One parent on Twitter claimed that she had received an email from her daughter’s school that said slapping teachers would not be tolerated, and there would be serious consequences.
Another school in San Antonio has reportedly banned backpacks at football games to stop people from stealing things from school bathrooms, and schools in Derby have sent out a notice to parents.
One Virginia school has even had to shut down most of its bathrooms and said: “Students who have vandalised our school or stolen items will be disciplined appropriately.”