This 'Squid Game' TikTok Shows How It Would Be The Most Canadian Challenge Ever

There's a hilarious Squid Game TikTok that shows what it might be like here and how it would have the most Canadian challenge ever.

If you haven't seen this hit Netflix show yet, it's basically a fight to the death where players from different walks of life compete in a bunch of children's games for the chance of winning a huge cash prize but run the risk of facing fatal penalties for losing.

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TikToker @centennialjayttv shared their take on what a Canadian version of Squid Game would be like and what challenge people would definitely lose.

If you went to elementary school here, you probably coloured in a map of Canada at least once throughout the years of classes and you know how difficult it can be to colour in the lines for certain parts of the country — especially Nunavut's islands.

After going outside the lines in the video, they cry out and ask for "one more" chance. We feel that!

The new Netflix series is so popular that a real phone number used in the show led to the owner getting 4,000 calls a day!

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What's your red flag?

Is it someone who hates to shower? A person who wants to do their "own research" about vaccines? Or is it every moment of Netflix'sYou?

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Netflix's South Korean hit series Squid Game has taken the whole world by storm and now it's actually getting played out right here in one of downtown Toronto's TTC subway stations.

Don't worry though, nobody is playing the high-stakes, life-or-death games all of the teal track-suited characters play in the show — instead, people are playing the ddakji challenge, or envelope-flipping challenge, seen in the first episode.

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A Creepy 'Squid Game' Road Sign Is Confusing UK Drivers & Police Had To Step In

How would you feel about playing "Red Light, Green Light" in a car?

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U.K. drivers might be wondering if they're going to have to compete in the first round of Netflix's Squid Game after a strange road sign popped up in England.

Police say, however, that the road sign posted near Slough is not actually a secret invitation to the deadly contest from Netflix's most popular show.

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Dalgona Candy From 'Squid Game' Is Being Sold At This Toronto Bakery This Month

Do you think you could carve a design without it cracking?

Squid Game, a Korean hit series on Netflix, has taken the world by storm and made dalgona candy viral.

Toronto bakery Savorology is serving up the to-die-for treats until the end of October and has been giving one dalgona candy away for free with every purchase made.

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