We Dared You to Go #CrackerCatchin

We Dared You to Go #CrackerCatchin

Hey guys! Have you joined Hansel’s #CrackerCatchin challenge already? We’re done with Week 1 but you guys can still catch up.

We’ve rounded up the 5 craziest entries we found from the participants who joined during our first week, to give you an idea of what stunts have already been done – and how easy it really is to join the challenge to win P5000 per week or the crazy P25,000 grand prize! Awesome, isn’t it?

SEE: 5 Crazy Ways To Catch a Cracker

For the first week, here are 5 of the craziest stunts that defied gravity, conventions and sometimes common sense. These people have the right to be inducted to our very own Dailypedia Hall of Fame for having the most creative versions of the cracker-catching dare.

1. Masayang ulit-ulitin!

2. Stress relief time during homework

3. After many attempts.. 

4. Catching hansel crackers the sporting way

5. Take 13825, and GO!

So, are you up to a fun challenge to keep your mind off your hectic work schedule or busy student life? Break up monotony at the office by joining our #CrackerCatchin challenge. We understand how focused you are with your work, but “all work and no play makes you a dull person” so make sure to mix in some fun to your boring office routine.

Always remember, safety first.

The same goes for students – you guys don’t always have to focus on your books. Take a break. Scientists have long revealed that taking a short break can actually help you have better focus later on, because you have felt rested yet also perked up from the quick rest.

Did you know that it is quite easy for you to have fun – and also earn some extra cash?

All you’ve got to do is to take a pack of Hansel crackers and challenge your friends to think of the best version you guys can do for the #CrackerCatchin challenge.

What are you guys waiting for? We dare you to accept our challenge. Join now and post your entries. You still have a chance to win the grand prize but you’ve got to hurry!

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