There’s a viral meme going around the internet claiming that Trisha Paytas is in labor/has given birth and joking that her new daughter is the reincarnation of Queen Elizabeth, who died on September 8, 2022. However, Trisha hasn’t even gone into labor yet.
Controversial Bachelor alum Nick Viall is set to give dating advice to the masses. His new book out in October is titled Don’t Text Your Ex Happy Birthday: And Other Advice on Love, Sex, and Dating. Can we take him seriously? New York Magazine says yes.
This is a shocking, jaw-dropping story of betrayal from TikToker @julesv0923. In the face of these really tough life experiences, however, @julesv0923 is remarkably resilient.
There are massive amount of videos popping up on TikTok for you pages (fyp) of people claiming that Doja Cat promised money to appear in their bank accounts by September 1, 2022 if they used an ocean sounds audio for a video. If you go to Doja Cat’s TikTok page, however, she doesn’t appear to be promoting this. Did Doja Cat really say this?
In the past 24 hours musician and social media creator Gabbie Hanna has put out over 150 rambling TikTok videos that are leaving viewers worried about her safety and mental health. On the morning of August 24, 2022, Gabbie let a random stranger into her home, which worsens people’s concerns about her safety.
There is a bizarre clip on TikTok making the rounds where a woman walks up to a movie theater butter self-serve station and proceeds to smear the oil substance all over her face like it’s a moisturizer. The clip is unsettling and creepy, but where did it come from?
Pot Roast the cat and her mom are an entertaining TikTok sensation with a loyal following. The owner of the account @Potroastsmom (on both Instagram and TikTok) has a wry, dark sense of humor and perfect comedic delivery that has amassed over 879k TikTok followers, and 43k Instagram followers. Her short videos are usually hilarious, but often quite emotional. Fans of the beloved cat were devastated to hear that she had been taken to the emergency vet a few days ago for a blood transfusion.
Gia Giudice from Real Housewives of New Jersey wrote a heartwrenching song about her parents Teresa and Joe Giudice’s feud with her uncle and aunt Joe and Melissa Gorga. The song debuted in 2011 during Season 3 of the show. 10 years later it would become a TikTok hit.
A goofy TikTok sound making the rounds is an unearthed clip from the start of a 1986 anti-drug album aimed at kids. The sound starts with a long, silly, and upbeat musical intro, and then a raspy deep voice comes in with “Using crack and cocaine / to get high.”
The “That is a Scarecrow” meme trend is wildly popular on TikTok because it speaks to a common behavior we see in ourselves and others: denial.
Podcaster Justin McElroy @hoopsmcelroy achieved TikTok notoriety when he uploaded a sample sound from a wonderfully weird 2007 Starburst commercial. He encouraged everyone to “make great art with this sound,” and boy did they ever. Not only did people use soundbite as it was uploaded, but they’ve remixed it a plethora of ways.
The “immediately no” TikTok sound is one of those sounds that gets right to the core of boundary setting. It’s short, palpable, and universally relatable. Everyone can think of something they want to firmly reject, but politely so. When you go to the original sound, however, you don’t find the true source of the voice.