People (mainly high schoolers) have been striking and holding intricate poses for the #MannequinChallenge.
So we here at The Daily What are hungry for something adventurous and awesome to try. So here's a roundup of some awesome new, weird, and just bad ideas in food that are trending today.
Soylent has created a new breakfast drink called Coffiest that supposedly gives you a full breakfast AND coffee in one drink.
So far people are loving it...
...but if it tastes like regular Soylent, we might just be avoiding this one. If anyone tries this stuff, please leave a comment below and let me know how it works out for you.
And then there's the ramen debate of 2016, accidentally instigated by Kylie Jenner.
By asking a simple question on Insta...
...she started Pasta-Gate. Everyone and their Mom weighed in on ramen toppings until that sh*t got old and they turned on her...
Personally, I like that big ol' salt packet they call "flavoring" on my ramen... and sadness. Because eating ramen is just sadness.
Today is National S'mores Day and the Girl Scouts just released new Girl Scout's S'mores Cookies!
Everything those little lady-elves makes is so damn tasty, this one's definitely going on the list!
For veggie eaters who are actually really trying to become diabetic, the Zoats trend of mixing zucchini into your oatmeal and coating it in delicious toppings to negate the health-factor has lit a fire on Instagram.
With toppings like "Snickers Zoats," and "Eggwhite Vanilla," I can really get behind this food trend.
LA churro pop up The Naughty Churro likes it brown and swirly.
Made with a fondant, edible black marker, and named The Number Two, you too can eat
sh*t a poop emoji churro if you're in the LA-area.
The delicious concoction can be found at the Night Market from August 5-7. Definitely serving this one at my next family reunion.
Did you think the internet was going to let you go one day without creating a new trend that simultaneously makes your teeth hurt and your arteries clog just by looking at it? Don't be ridiculous!
Feast your eyes on the frosting-stuffed croissant. It's not limited to red velvet flavor, they also have birthday cake, cookies and cream and more.
Look at it, and let the power of sugar flow through you.
It's actually called Mizu Shingen Mochi but since it's a weird, tasteless gelatin blob it's being marketed to US customers as a "raindrop cake". It's a common desert in Japan, made out of a seaweed based gelatin called Agar. Since it doesn't taste like anything, it's usually accompanied by a sweet syrup and a soybean powder called kinako.
You can even learn to make it in this video:
The latest social media "beauty trend" in China is making sure your knees are able to be covered by your iPhone 6. Apparently this proves that you're "skinny" enough?
It's pretty common on Chinese social media for "proof of beauty" memes to cycle around. Others have included putting coins in your collarbone, holding a pen under your breast and more recently, making sure your waist is completely hidden behind an A4 sized piece of paper. These are a lot of standards to meet for one person... now apparently your kneecaps need to be small too?
The grass is always greener on the other side—the freckle side that is.
A new company called Freck Yourself has launched a Kickstarter in hopes of funding their product, which promises to add natural-looking freckles to your body that last for two days.
If funded, the pack of 72 self-adhesive stencils would be available as early as February 2016.
The product promises to create natural freckles, which can't be achieved through traditional makeup.
There have always been two problems with creating artificial freckles. First, it's really hard to create a realistic pattern. Natural freckles have a random pattern & sizing variation, but freckles applied with a pencil are all the same shape of the pencil tip. Second, pencil or makeup freckles smudge really easily. Our product solves both of these problems.
So, will you get frecked?
Chicken kids these days.
A new trend is sweeping the small nation of New Zealand and it's spilling over onto other shores as well. That trend, in the same vein of planking, honors the frozen chicken. The humble, simple, frozen chicken.
It's called a 'Frozen Chook' because that sounds like something New Zealanders would say. Essentially, it involves taking off your clothes at a random place and squatting down like the raw bird. Oh, and taking pictures of it. Lots and lots of pictures.
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The future is in good hands.
Or should we say wings?
Pokémon products have really bottomed out.
With a stacked cast of 718 Pokémon in their Pokédex, it looks like the possibilities are endless. Especially for companies trying to make money on the back end and not take one on the cheek.
But seriously, the official Japanese Pokémon Center store announced their newest line of products today and, simply, it highlights Pokémon butts.
It's called the Hip Pop Parade.
And it is a very extensive line. Butts on butts on butts.
There are keychains.
There are coin purses and tote bags.
There are decals and coffee mugs.
And so much more.
We're not sure we would sport these money makers, but we can't deny they are just a little bit cute.
Willard just can't get a break, can he? In the latest chapter of his litany of gaffes, goofs, and 'I-accidentally-misspoke-lol-deal-with-it's, Mitt Romney joked while campaigning in Michigan early Friday morning that "no one had ever asked to see his birth certificate."
The joke not-so-subtlely invoked the controversy surrounding