The 'Trashtag Challenge' Could Be The Greatest Social Challenge

New internet challenge #trashtag inspires people to pick up trash

A new challenge #trashtag has taken over the world where the users post before and after photos of areas where they've rolled up their sleeves and filled up garbage bags worth of rubbish. We are loving Mother Nature's new makeover. The second is the socially conscious that doesn't always do what it's meant to do, like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which involved thousands of people dumping buckets of ice water on their heads without actually donating to the cause.

After weird social media trends where people would jump out moving cars, put ice cold water over their heads, and even eat detergent pods, a fresh challenge has come up which is far from harmful. The idea of this challenge or trend has been there since many years but it was just this weekend that this gained some importance and attention from the people when they started picking up the mess from their streets, parks and beaches, and posting the before and after pictures on the social media.

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On Instagram alone, there are more than 28,000 posts under the #Trashtag hashtag. In his post, Roman said this is a challenge to all "bored teens" to take a photo of an area that needs cleaning and another photo after cleaning it. Netizens Share Positive Memes With Scary Girl Image to Reverse Negative Effect of Suicide Game. With people from all over the world coming together in a cleanliness drive, it is a change the environment beckons. We have done enough of waste that somehow remains unattended and such challenges only reinstate the idea of making this world a cleaner place. Have you taken part in #TrashTag or #TrashChallenge?

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