A chair challenge has gone viral on the video-sharing app TikTok. Some people performing the challenge have claimed that only women can lift a chair in a certain position while men cannot. The crazy 'chair challenge' involves standing three feet away from a wall and bending over with so that your head touches the wall. The challenge is to then try and stand up upright while holding a chair.
Twitter users posted videos of themselves taking up the challenge and also posted some amusing comments.
AND some claimed only women could do the challenge.
And there was logic.
It's because she shuffled her feet forward therefore shifting her centre of gravity.— I MacHunt 🇮🇪🍀😉☘️🎄🎅🦌 (@I_MacHunt) November 23, 2019
Indeed, female footsize is lower + she cheats...— Danny 🦁 (@boecksken) November 30, 2019
One post read: "How is this a "new thing"? We did this in elementary school PE and I am 46. @#ChairChallenge".
Another logic was given.
the difference is the lady moves forward a bit after the steps. This doesnt put her body weight on her head and she can easily lift up. Its cheating— Pak143 🇵🇰 (@PakAwam143) December 3, 2019
Cheating! pic.twitter.com/hhBV4pNyqx— RooPor :) 🌀 (@RollPoli) November 30, 2019
One user posted a picture of himself easily lifting the chair in the given position and wrote: "Before it goes viral here, just wanna prove it a load of b******p!"
A woman posted a picture of her husband and a laughter emoji and commented: "My husband can do it."
What do you think?
(With inputs from IANS)