Two ingredients.  LOL!  All you need to have ridiculous amounts of fun is a pair of pantyhose and some kind of ball (or potato or piece of fruit) to put in one of the feet of 'em.  Basically, you're going to create your very own elephant truck and you're going to use it to knock stuff down.  Kinda like this . . .

Now, last week, we attempted the Body Pong Challenge.  It went about as well as the Elephant Bowling Challenge.  At least this Wednesday we actually managed to knock down a pin.  Last week, we couldn't hit squat.

A couple of weeks ago, of course, we participated in the #DonutOnAString Challenge.  It ended up being one of our most popular Wacky Wednesday challenges ever!

Here's another recent blast from the Wacky Wednesday past.  We recently saw video of a group of friends who were trying to balance a tote full of water with their feet.  Then, one by one, members of the group would try to remove their socks while trying to keep the tote balanced.  It was hilarious and Angel and I just knew we would have to try it.  Here's what happened.

We obviously couldn't give up. I mean, we were doing SOOO well. #Sarcasm We decided to refill the tote and give it another whirl. To no one's surprise, the second attempt didn't go quite as well and Angel got drenched.

Angel and I started Wacky Wednesday a few months ago, near the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The inspiration behind the series was to give families something fun and "wacky" to try together at home.  Yes, the series grew out of the COVID-19 quarantine, but it has become a staple of our morning show.

And, let's be honest.  With our youngsters virtually learning for much of the current school semester, they're going to be looking for something to break up the monotony of sitting in front of the computer.  Wacky Wednesday will do it!

So, stay tuned for more wackiness each Wednesday here on WBKR, the WBKR app, and the WBKR Facebook page.

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