TikTok "Stallion Challenge" Encourages Users to Amputate Feet and Replace Them with Horse Hooves
Updated: Feb 6, 2021
Wacky video-sharing platform TikTok is at it again with another light-hearted challenge for its predominantly teenage audience. This time, it's all about transcending human form and becoming a horse.
The "Stallion Challenge" was inspired by a viral video from TikToker and illusionist Zach King that clearly shows the artist using magic to mimic popular animal limbs. The video was quickly misinterpreted and skyrocketed to over 20 million views, becoming a stepping stone for less brain-developed users to replicate.
According to consumer reports, hardware stores from around the globe are being flooded with school-aged children stealing industrial strength power saws, horseshoes, and Neosporin.
"We've never seen anything quite like this, but honestly I'm not surprised," said Home Depot cashier Peter Reed. "Kids are fuckin stupid."
Experts warn that partaking in these types of TikTok challenges can result in blood loss, fainting, seizures, loss of limbs, and enhanced popularity amongst idiots. Users might not always live, but those that do say there's absolutely nothing like galloping into the stable of popular kids and getting drunk on peer approval.
If you come across a TikTok video where someone is attempting the "Stallion Challenge", you can share the video to help promote similar content across the platform. From there, it becomes easier to increase user engagement and sit back as natural selection filters out society's weak links.
While the point of this challenge remains uncertain, doctors do not believe this to be healthy in any way, but say unpopular teenagers should definitely do it if they care even a little about their high school reputation.