As Malaysians, one of our favourite pastimes is to scroll through our social media feeds to see what our friends are up to while keeping updated with the latest trends. Admit it, you just want to kepo what’s going on in other people’s lives right?
As millennials, we are constantly plagued with FOMO (fear of missing out for the uninitiated!) and social media is one of the best ways for us to do so.
However, Malaysians are bombarding pictures of ‘cracks’ on social media!
OMG, how could the legendary Nokia 3310 be cracked?
We have to admit that Malaysians are pretty proud when it comes to their cracks. So much so that they are showcasing it for all to see! Ok, that sounded pretty wrong.
Of course, there are some jokers out there that are posting up different cracks as well.
My plant root brings all the boys to the yard! And they’re like, it’s better than yours! (Yes, my plant has more #swag than your plant)
One cheeky netizen (no pun intended) even posted this one:
Uh-oh, butt crack alert! Or wait… is that a close-up of a cleavage? Guys control yourselves.
False alarm! Revealed to be an arm crack -__-
There are all kinds of cracks on display, from butt cracks, arm cracks, wall cracks, cracked eggs, cracked phone screens, and… just simply any kind of crack you can think of!
Is it just me or does it always feel like they will fall apart at any moment when you are using them?
Cracked heel? WHO SUBMITTED THIS??
Forget phone, this is a cracked computer screen!
Cracked nail polish
This trend started from Shopee that’s holding a contest known as #ShowYourCrack.
Every submission will receive a special RM50 shopping voucher from Shopee!
No wonder so many people simply posting here and there lah!
Now you can indulge in some serious phone shopping to recover from your cracked phone screen. Yay, time to get a new phone! For more information on how to join the contest, click on this image below.
Or click here for more details!
Besides getting a shopping voucher, readers who participate in the contest will also stand a chance to win a brand new Huawei P9 smartphone. Yes, it’s that phone that’s famous for its Leica dual lens!
This is the time to unleash your creativity as this contest literally invites Malaysians to flaunt their cracks by submitting photos to Facebook/Instagram with the caption “I need a new phone because….” along with #ShowYourCrack and #ShopeeMY. The most creative entry will be chosen as the lucky winner.
Plus, for our loyal WOB readers, Shopee is also giving out exclusive RM20 vouchers with no minimum spend required!
Voucher code: CRACKMEUP
Check out what the voucher can by by clicking here or the image below!
*Voucher is only applicable to the selected collection page and valid till 28 Feb 2017, 11.59pm.
Remember to share this article along with the hashtag #ShowYourCrack and #ShopeeMY to enjoy using this voucher!
While you’re at it, check out their phones and accessories since they have the lowest priced phones in Malaysia! Their 8 Days of Mobile Madness this 21st to 28th February 2017 will definitely get you going crazy!
So wait what wor? Go claim those vouchers and join in the crazy crack photos!
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