#ChallengeAccepted is messy as hell, but we have bigger things to worry about

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#ChallengeAccepted is messy as hell, but we have bigger things to worry about

Much like the internet itself, I am old and exhausted, and I’ve seen too much to really get worked up about whether people want to post attractive black-and-white pictures of themselves. If you’ve been within 10 feet of your phone in the last few days, you may be experiencing the same #challenge fatigue. 

You’ve no doubt noticed that your Instagram timeline has been inundated with black-and-white photos in which your friends and various celebrities look casually stunning. They’re captioned with the bland but intriguing hashtag #ChallengeAccepted. Sometimes they talk about empowering women, and almost always they tag a few other people to take the challenge, too.  Read more…

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