Technology Coronavirus: He challenges to transform his toilet into a character and brings together more than 8,000 followers on Facebook
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The challenge, launched at the start of confinement, by DJ Seb Genre, has been the joy of social networks for almost a month
Not always easy to occupy his days, in full confinement. There are those who complete marathons on their terraces, and those who improvise bakers. In Nîmes (Gard), Sébastien was even more creative. This DJ, deprived of evenings because of the pandemic, launched at the beginning of the confinement a challenge which has since made the joy of Internet users.
which gathered this Monday morning more than 8,200 people, the electro producer invites internet users to transform their toilets into characters.
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With the few remaining rolls of toilet paper, wigs and some accessories, confined people gave life to characters from Casa de papel or Game of Thrones, a Marsupilami, Wonder Woman, Darth Vader, miss or bagpiper. One of them even turned his cabinet into a Titanic, portraying Rose desperate to have lost her Jack."A joke from friends"
More than 800 photos have been posted. "The idea came to me stupidly, while I was with friends, on Facebook," said Seb Genre at 20 Minutes. I told them that I was not alone at all, that I had created an imaginary character for myself: Helmut. I posted the photo. My girlfriend created hers, Gilbert, and it was gone very quickly!
Faced with the proliferation of "likes" on the creations of the couple and their friends, the DJ decided to create a group on March 21. "Basically, it's just a joke of friends, smiles Seb Genre. It’s amazing because some are extremely creative. It’s a way of forgetting a bit what we’re going through today, and then it keeps the kids busy!
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Erik, a professor and community manager, is the group’s most successful surfer. His astonishing unicorn won nearly 900 “likes”. "In this somewhat complicated period, when we all have to stay at home, it's a good job," smiles Erik. I'm not one to get bored easily ... I read, I watch series, I work ... But I got up one morning, I came across this challenge. I had a unicorn head ... I started! »So, ready to take up the challenge?
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