These Hornet Users Had Our Favorite #5YearChallenge Posts of the Past Week

These Hornet Users Had Our Favorite #5YearChallenge Posts of the Past Week

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With more than 30 million users around the world, on any given day the Hornet Feed features slices of life from a wide variety of guys. So in an attempt to highlight the diversity of our userbase, we’re showcasing  some of our favorite posts from our ongoing #5YearChallenge campaign.

Want to participate in the challenge yourself? Just create a post using the hashtag #5YearChallenge, featuring a side-by-side look of you from five years ago and you today! And did you know that if you click on the hashtag #5YearChallenge in the feed, you’ll be taken to a hashtag feed featuring nothing but the challenge’s posts from around the world?

Here are our favorite #5YearChallenge posts by Hornet users from the past week:

1. Samuel from Ethiopia (@basz1)

2. Ebi from the Netherlands (@ebiheykal)

3. Nomadic Boys from the UK (@nomadicboys)

4. Stephan from the US (@stephanla)

5. Artois from Turkey (@artois)

6. Top from Thailand (@top.thailand1)

7. Aleks from Russia (@aleksvest)

8. Burak from Turkey (@bfeelzebub)

9. Sascha from France (@i_m_sascha)

10. Rafa from Brazil (@mr.mustache)

11. Ed from Russia (@ed_fruit2)

12. Denis from Russia (@krymuska)

13. Sadam from Indonesia (@kazingdm)

14. Vladimir from Kazakhstan (@flyattendant)

15. Arisdo from Indonesia (@arisdo)

Post your own #5YearChallenge post today!

And if you’d like to be featured in the Hornet Feed, head here for more info on our Featured Guys, Health Ambassador and Sport Captain programs. And head to for tons more great posts by 30 million guys worldwide.

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