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Thanks to the new anime series Getsuyoubi no Tawawa, Twitter is now populated with even more pictures of boobs!

Getsuyoubi no Tawawa, originally a weekly illustration series created and shared on Twitter by manga artist Kiseki Himura (@Strangestone), recently got animated. The first episode of the four-minute animation series was released on YouTube earlier this week, taken down in a matter of hours due to violation of YouTube’s policies regarding to sexual content, and has since been reallowed on the video streaming site.

Despite its inconsistent availability, the anime, which features a large-bosomed high school girl as its leading character, has been seen by enough eyes to trigger something called the “Tawawa Challenge” across various social media platforms.

▼ The Tawawa Challenge simply involves balancing a smartphone (or any other object if you want to improvise) on your chest, as the heroine of the series, Ai, has done.

It’s believed that the first sparks of the “Tawawa Challenge” were seen among South Korean internet users, but the meme has since gone viral and countless women ( and even some men) have jumped on the bandwagon with photos of their phones on their busts.

▼ Pecs, anyone?

We’re not quite sure what the participants of the Tawawa Challenge are trying to prove; that they have boobs like a 2-D character, or maybe that they are able to balance a palm-sized object on their chests? Perhaps they’re just showing off that they don’t need pockets?

Whichever it is, the end result is that there are more pictures of protruding chests to look at on Twitter now.

▼ On the other hand, if you’re not too well-endowed in the boob department (high-five, mate!), maybe you’ll enjoy these renditions more.

So whether you’re chesty or not, or a man or a woman, you can get in on the Tawawa Challenge.

Source: Jin
Top image: Twitter/@kosakahonoka34

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