A new Internet viral challenge is all the rage on college campuses. It is deemed safer than the "Keke" viral challenge that was outlawed by police after participants suffered serious head injuries.
The new challenge, which originated on Facebook.com, is a two-step process that requires the participants to walk and talk at the same time.
Participants stand in circle and pass ordinary everyday objects around the circle while repeating the name of the item. Participants must repeat the name of each object as it is passed around. The first person to misname the item in his hand loses the game.
The game is safer than the "Keke" challenge named after Drake's song "In My Feelings". The "Keke" challenge evolved into a dangerous stunt when white suburban teenagers attempted the challenge while jumping out of moving vehicles.
Hundreds of YouTube videos show teenagers and young adults face planting on the asphalt and suffering serious injuries while jumping out of moving vehicles.
Unlike the "Keke" challenge, this new game requires memory recall and common sense.
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