Japanese women began to put drinks on the chest – the idea was picked up by artists, men and girls from other countries.
In mid-June, the Japanese challenge for Twitter was “Hands-free bubble tea challenge” or “Tapioca challenge”. The bottom line is to use your chest as a stand for a glass.
It all started with a tweet in which the Japanese model types on a computer and drinks a drink from a glass located on her chest.
個人的な意見ですが— Hカップな広告マン-アリペイサン (@hcupadman) 8 June 2019
On June 10, in response to a video, the Japanese artist Kiseki Himura laid out a new chapter on his twitter, in which the heroine of his comic strip is participating in challenging.
月曜日のたわわ その２２５ 『手放しタピオカ』 pic.twitter.com/0znSChJpa3— 比村奇石@C96月曜西れ-20 (@Strangestone) 10 June 2019
The idea to use their breasts as a cup holder was liked by Japanese users. They started posting photos for challenge. In the pictures, the girls are drinking bubble tea – tea drink mixed with juice or milk, to which tapioca balls are added.
[email protected]女優プロダクション (@archepro) 13 June 2019
Soon the challenge moved to Instagram and became “international.” The drink, which gave the name of the flash mob, began to be replaced by cups and glasses from McDonald’s.
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Tapioca challenge / Hands-free bubble tea challenge from me! ❤️ Mission completed! 😎 By the way, drinking this way is really convenient😅😅 Do you like this flashmob? More pics is on my PATREON, link in bio 🔥 NSFW warning❗️🔥 Manga source: Getsuyoubi no Tawawa, Kiseki Himura.
Other artists also joined the flash mob and began drawing art on the subject.
めちゃわかります。— Ogawa Shun (@gasshun) 9 June 2019
皆さんほど巨乳ではなく、どちらかと言えば貧乳よりなんですけど、僕は旅人と言う職業柄書類記入が多いのでペンを挟んで集中して書類を読めます。 pic.twitter.com/CWulx1pPhp— クレパピ🌏9月世界一周旅スタート (@mk7318) 10 June 2019