Viral Challenge Has People Making Themselves Sound Like Car Alarms

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The "Car Alarm Challenge" has people doing their best to mimic the sound of a car alarm all across the internet

The trend, which was reportedly started by 22-year-old Peyton Gibson from Utah, has gone viral, and kids and adults are all joining in on the fun. 

"I was in a group chat with a bunch of friends and the awesome things they can do. How they are awesome bullriders…just these cool things I can’t do," Gibson told "I told them I can make a car alarm sound and they’re like 'ok you have to show us now' so I put it on twitter I didn’t think it would become a big deal."

Gibson’s video has been retweeted more than 90,000 times.

In numerous videos posted online, participants essentially perform a chopping motion on their necks while screaming to break up their yell. 

The trend seems quite alarming, if we do say so ourselves.


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