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Social media challenges get crazier and crazier as time goes by. This latest one is just so strange.


It started with a post from Peyt showing off her secret talent:

She can imitate a car alarm!

This prompted other twitter users to try their hands at the car alarm noise.

Some of them can do it well:



Others who tried the challenge sounded less like a car alarm and more like...

Well, just take a listen:



Of course, car alarms aren't the only sounds people can make, and this challenge encouraged people to share the other unique sounds they can do.

Check out some of these secret talents:


This one post made it a trend to show off your secret vocal talents.

We should all participate in this one!

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