Social Media Challenges-Home Edition

Social Media Challenges-Home Edition

With everyone doing their part to beat COVID-19 by participating in the #StayHome challenge, a variety of trending challenges have appeared on social media. Here’s just a few of our faves!


With many people stocking up on supplies during this time—especially toilet paper—it was only a matter of time before we used our rolls to keep us entertained. Therefore, the #toiletpaperchallenge came to life. With a lot of different #toiletpaperchallenges, the most notable involved people juggling a roll of toilet paper with their feet and tagging their friends. Other challenges include people stacking their rolls in a doorway and watching their pets attempt to jump over them, making trick shots with their rolls and performing workouts while balancing rolls.


While we have free time at home, we might as well get a little workout in every now and then. The #see10do10challenge is the perfect opportunity to do so! The idea of the challenge is to do 10 reps of a specific workout and post it onto your story while you tag 10 other people to take on the challenge. The most common workout featured on the challenge were push-ups, however, other exercises have been challenged, such as 10 second planks, 10 jumping jacks, and 10 pull-ups!


This game of Bingo is as specific or broad as you’d like it to be. You can either be tagged in an existing Bingo story or create your own! When making a Bingo card, you simply list a bunch of activities that people might have done. An example would be @asicpp‘s Bingo card on Instagram. Listed on it are a variety of activities that students might have done before. It’s sort of like checking which items you’ve done on a bucket list, and for this one, it’s ASI style! While you’re creating your own, make sure you try out ours!

Until TomorrowImage via @mtv Instagram pageThis challenge is pretty simple, but a little risky because you’re required to post an embarrassing photo of yourself onto your Instagram page with the caption reading “Until Tomorrow.” After 24 hours have passed, you’re free to remove the photo if you’d like. The way the challenge is passed on is for every person that has “liked” your embarrassing pic, you are to send them the instructions of the challenge, and it is up to them if they want to partake.

Between Art and QuarantineImage via @gettymuseum Instagram page

Feeling artsy? In this challenge, you recreate some of your favorite artwork with three items from home. You can share your post to @gettymuseum@rijksmuseum and @tussenkunstenquarantaine to have the chance to get your post shared. Also, make sure you’re using the following hashtags in your post: #BetweenArtAndQuarantine and #TussenKunstEnQuarantaine (which is ‘between art and quarantine’ in Dutch translation).

Did you partake in any of these challenges? Let us know by tagging us at @asicpp on FacebookTwitter and Instagram. Be sure to use the hashtag #CampusCropChat!