Weird News Chinese women are eating ice for a strange viral trend

22:11  19 march  2018
22:11  19 march  2018 Source:   msn.com

Twitter purges accounts behind artificially viral tweets

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Before shooting the video or live-streaming how they eat it, vloggers would often carefully make their own mini ice sculptures. 3 Chinese Women Are Getting Their Own Barbie Dolls.

Yet China seems to be leading the way when it comes to these trends . Now a new sensation is sweeping the Asian nation and it involves women eating small colourful blocks of ice . 20. Bionic woman goes viral after people refuse to offer up power sockets.

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It's only March and we have already seen our fair share of social media trends in 2018.

There were the logic-defying eyebrow trend and the highly dangerous obsession with eating laundry tablets.

Yet China seems to be leading the way when it comes to these trends.

For example, everyone couldn't get enough of the "karma's a b***h challenge" from a few months ago.

Now a new sensation is sweeping the Asian nation and it involves women eating small colourful blocks of ice.

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