horchata? milk? cocaine? women ask their boyfriends to identify acrylic powder gel nail polish in bizarre social media trend - and get some very confused responses - polymer gel powder
Twitter users are asking their boyfriends and husbands to see how much they are paying attention to beauty products.
This weekend, a Twitter account shared a photo of the acrylic nail powder and added the title, "because you all know everything, what is this ? "? ? ? ?
This tweet inspires followers to send photos to men in their lives to see if they can identify white matter --
There is no doubt that most people can't. The responses —
What did Twitter users share with screen shots
From patience to trouble.
Quite a few people tell their partners that they just don't know and don't want to play games, while others prefer to humor their partners.
From milk and cocaine to different kinds of paint, there are all kinds of guesses.
A few people found this photo fake.
Related, but not further than this-
One even guessed that the white substance was mascara.
It seems only one
He seems to have the patience and listening power of a saint.
I know this is "gel for da nail ".
"Oh my God, I taught you so much," his partner replied happily . ".
As early as January, a woman in Birmingham, Alabama began a similar trend by asking her partner to identify a beauty mixer.
Selena feyette was almost right about her.
15,000 fans: 'OK, send your boyfriend (or male friend)
Ask him, "What is this?
"" Add the product lens of the mixer at the same time.
Beauty Mixer is one of the most popular tools
Added arsenal of couplesThe pink egg-
Dip the formed sponge into the water and then use it for mixing the foundation.
They were so popular that when Selena sent out her challenge, her tweets were liked 13,000 times --
And get a reply quickly.
Selena told Buzzfeed that I was texting a male friend and he vowed that he would pay a lot of attention even if I was making up.
So I sent him a picture of the beauty mixer and asked him, "What is this?
"His answer is" makeup brush ';
He was wrong.
However, her friends are much closer than many others who were asked about the experiment.
The range of speculation ranges from "Sesame Street" and "clown nose" to "tears", "Rain beads", "eggs" and "bath bombs.
Someone joked that it looked like an alien in the movie "Little Chick.
Some people have even speculated that this is a pressure relief device, vibrator or tampon --
Or some products in the new era.
A few people know it's about make.
But I don't know the name. call it "make -"
The thing about Up blender geargey ","-Up sponge duh '.
In fact, few people know what the name is, at least one person has no patience with the name, just saying, "You always let me get up and go for a bubble. " The original tweet has gone viral, women are still joining their own text conversations.