26 March 2020 18:40
To keep themselves busy during quarantine, folks have devised a little game where they upload an unflattering or downright lame photo of themselves on their Instagram feeds, but only for 24 hours. Before deleting it, they're expected to DM those who liked the photo and request they do the same. If you're thinking about participating in the challenge, make sure you add #untiltomorrow in your caption. Here are some Until Tomorrow examples — the good, the bad, and the confused. If you've scrolled through your Instagram feed in the past 24 hours, you've probably noticed a number of captions say the same two words: "until tomorrow." The lack of explanation in this caption trend may seem a bit ominous, especially while social distancing, when there is more time to mull over social media posts than ever before.
Fortunately, it's just a classic Instagram challenge, and the rules are easy to understand: 1. Share an embarrassing photo you wouldn't usually post to your Instagram feed with the caption "until tomorrow" or "#untiltomorrow" — and nothing more. 2. Make note of who likes the post and direct message them with instructions on how to take part in the challenge. 3. Delete the photo after it has been up for 24 hours. As with any social media challenge, many users expressed confusion and frustration.
"What's gonna happen tomorrow??" Twitter user thetylerbrooks wrote. Other users immediately refused to participate. "This 'until tomorrow' s*** on Instagram got me feeling like I'm in middle school on Facebook again," Twitter user thyartismemes said. Many joked that this would be the trend to drive them to delete the app entirely. "I will be staying off [Instagram] until tomorrow," Twitter user mai_maiuh wrote. Regardless of your thoughts on this challenge, you can always share temporary content on Instagram by using the "story" function — and you don't have to remember to delete it. The post Here's why there are so many 'until tomorrow' posts on Instagram right now appeared first on In The Know. More from In The Know: This $8 hack prevents that annoying, post-ponytail hair crease Dermatologists highly approve this $11 body wash on Amazon This $10 cap ensures that you always get the last drop of lotion