Rainbow Milk Challenge Becomes a Trending Video on YouTube

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Rainbow Milk Challenge Becomes a Trending Video on YouTube

Viral videos on YouTube are a big hit among viewers. Every now and then, a new video surfaces that is pretty unusual and depicts the creativity of a person. Recently there was video that became a popular hit showing three teenage boys sculling rainbow colored milk and vomiting it up at an Ocean Reef Oval.

The boy who filmed this video said that they had a selection of flavored milks and plain milk, in which they mixed blue and green dye, and drank before regurgitating it on a public oval. After their so called "Rainbow Milk Challenge" became a hit, there were six other people who tried the same challenge. Although it is not a new thing and people have been doing it on YouTube for a long time, it is just recently that it has been trending again.

It is no rocket science that a stomach cannot hold over three litters of milk at a time. The main reason why they dyed the milk in rainbow colors was because the vomit that came out looked a lot gross and yack colored. This act first surfaced in 2000 by an American television series Jackass, in which people did the same thing.

There has been some opposition to this act which was earlier promoted by a band. When asked about the reason behind the video they said that it was just meant to be a fun idea as the band had seen it on YouTube and on TV as well. This proved to be a great way to catch people's attention.

All they did was put a spin on the act by putting rainbow color to make it interesting. At their age kids do a lot of silly things and this was just another thing which came to their mind while they were sitting around.


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