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26 May 2015, 14:05
At least we're using the #CharlieCharlieChallenge responsibly.
Unless you've been hiding under a rock this weekend (or are older than 16), you're probably already aware of the madness of the "Charlie Charlie Challenge" that has taken the internet by storm.
A cross between "Bloody Mary" and a Ouija board, people are balancing two pencils over a sheet of paper with YES/YES/NO/NO marked out on a square, and (supposedly) summoning a Mexican paranormal entity named "Charlie" by asking aloud "Charlie, Charlie, are you there?"
Then, because forces more gravitational than supernatural are at play, the top pencil will move - usually over to where the "YES" has been written.
So while the #CharlieCharlieChallenge hashtag is full of people screaming, and parodies, and endless seeking of Jesus, the One Direction fandom have, of course, decided to use these demonic rituals for a more productive gain:
CAN YOU GUYS ASK IF LARRY IS REAL #charliecharliechallenge— enjay (@cosmicnjh_) May 25, 2015
yall doing the #charliecharliechallenge could you at least ask if larry is real just to get something good out of a demon latched on ur soul— naya (@louisneverlands) May 25, 2015
at least ask if larry is real before u die #charliecharliechallenge— court (@sexdicefic) May 25, 2015
Because OF COURSE the definitive method of proving that the fabled secret relationship between 1D's Harry and Louis is real is to ask a freakin' DEMON. WHY THE HECK NOT.