When young people aren't taking to social media to show off their ability to consume thousands of calories in one sitting, they are "Hadoken-ing," reenacting scenes from cartoons with pretty awesome results.
"[O]ne of the latest twitter trends coming out of Japan is for young school girls to take photos with their friends doing poses and power moves from anime series like Dragon Ball Z."
Essentially, this involves one person using her (or his) "power" to toss enemies (or frenemies) into the air. One person will reach out his or her arms, mimicking an anime pose, while others pretend to be propelled back by the force. Vice refers to the trend "
Unless you've been living (and/or creating performance art) under a rock, you are likely aware that actress and artist Tilda Swinton performed her piece, "The Maybe," at New York City's MoMA this past weekend. This involved napping in a glass box while onlookers wondered how and when she went to the restroom. Proving to be as much a muse as she is a creator, Swinton's performance art piece has inspired people online to "Tilda" -- that is, to nap in a public place while others look on.
It's like planking (lying face-down in an odd and/or public place), but vertical. True fact: In 2011, 1.6 babies were made, accidentally, through pillaring. Don't become a statistic.