Social media keeps everyone busy these days with latest fads and uncool challenges. After the ice-bucket challenge and Kiki challenge, the new challenge to add that extra adrenaline rush in your life is ‘Dragon’s Breath’. If you think risking your life with Kiki challenge, then you haven’t seen this one. After back to back risky challenges, which the police definitely don’t entertain, this new deadly trend is slowly catching up among youngsters specially.
The Kiki challenge as we remember, was about dancing to Drake’s ‘In My Feelings’ song while grooving outside a moving car. Here, actress Nia Sharma took it up with full zest:
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After comedian Aamir Mir’s mother or ‘Vadorara aunty‘ got famous for her Kiki challenge, Gujarat police were forced to issue warnings.
Despite police warnings, ‘Dragon’s Breath’ is not going anywhere so soon. The latest crazy involves eating candy dipped in liquid nitrogen, which looks like smoke from a dragon’s mouth!
‘Dragon’s Breath’ is a frozen dessert, made from cereal balls dipped in liquid nitrogen. As it’s consumed, it vaporises out of nose and mouth like a dragon.
The eater has to stick a skewer to the nitrogen-filled balls, and that’s when the magic begins!
The grappling ‘Dragon’s Breath’ challenge is all about having a cold steamy breath which comes after you consume kiss candy dipped in liquid nitrogen.
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‘Dragon’s Breath’ is more noted for it’s consumption spectacle than its actual flavour. People are using Instagram to share their experiences.
Here are really young kids sharing their frosty ‘Dragon’s Breath’ experience:
This one looks scared:
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Is that hot or cold?
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Just having some fun!
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Told ya, I was a Dragon!
Just one is enough!
Dragon’s breath first-timer. 🐲🐉💚🎋I shoulda watched a tutorial. Thanks for the experience, Amor @mikecalimbas! 💘 . . . Reppin’ my @mdrnjj t-shirt from McAllen, Texas. 👕👀 #dessertstagram #nectarofthegods #dragonsbreath #bjj #bjjfamily #bjjfood #nitrogenicecream #fitgirls #funfoodfridays #mealpreplife #foodie #foodstagram
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However, ‘Dragon’s Breath’ has faced a lot of flak lately. A Florida mother posted how her son could have died after this challenge horribly wrong, and he was hospitalised with chronic breathing problem.
No kid should attempt this until supervised or best, avoid it specially if you’re an asthmatic. The State police has already warned against this dangerous trend but the final calls is always yours.