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WATCH: How To Fake A Thigh Gap

Ah, the thigh gap.  It first emerged during our date with wine and popcorn in 2013 while we watched the glorious Victoria’s Secret angels prance around in lingerie too expensive for our breasts. Since then, the thigh gap has become a phenomenon that women yearn to have. The gap has influenced many females to boast about their hot bodies on Twitter and Instagram (via filters) while others took to YouTube to watch exercises on how they, too, can obtain such hotness.

It must be nice to not experience chub rub in the warm, summer months. Of course, think of the amount of money you’ll save from not having to replace your jeans so often. (All. That. Chafting.) So, why wouldn’t you want a thigh gap, ladies? All that good food is a slight sacrifice for the compliments you’ll get on the beach.

Yeah, no. I need those carbs. But you can always pretend to have a thigh gap! Save your calories. Buy more jeans. You’ll thank me later.

How To Ace The Belly Button Challenge

While you’re in front of the mirror scrutinizing every inch of your body today, go ahead and wrap your arm around your waist to see if you can touch your belly button. The “Belly Button Challenge”, as social media has deemed it, is the latest trend to take over the internet. The challenge has obtained 130 million hits over the past couple of days as men and women are taking to Twitter and Instagram to post their attempts.

Sorry to break it to you, but according the rules (we don’t know who makes them either), not being able to reach your belly button means you need to need a smaller waist. The challenge has become very popular in China but is quickly making international news with men and women from all over the world catching on to the bizarre trend.

Challenges like this have become very popular nowadays. Whether its sucking on a glass or cup for the Kylie Jenner Challenge or taking drastic measures at the gym to achieve a thigh gap, it’s no secret that women are constantly under pressure to reach the ideal standard of what is considered beautiful.

People are quick to comply to these trends as they jump on the bandwagon to attain the next requirement for the perfect body. As women who can touch their belly button from behind continue to brag about their accomplishments on social media, other women are scrolling through their Instagram feeds and researching the best exercise moves to get a non-existent waist line. The question is, how does one get a butt like Nicki Minaj, thighs like Cara Delevigne, and a stomach like Adrina Lima?

You don’t. Instead, the best way to ace the belly button challenge is to try it, fail it, and move on. And if along the way, you somehow do manage to touch your belly button, give yourself a pat on the back (or stomach). And then move on. Because the perfect body isn’t one that allows you to touch the lintiest part of your body. The perfect body is one you’re comfortable walking around in. One that allows you to spend time with your family and friends, eat your favourite foods, and take the stairs to the second floor without getting too winded.

If you really want a challenge, take yourself to a yoga class. Let’s face it, touching your belly button doesn’t even qualify as a yoga move. What would be truly impressive is seeing these women do the lotus headstand. But even then, why be a pretzel when you can eat one instead?

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