TikTokers would do anything for love, but they won’t do that. At least that’s the case in the “how far would you drive for the girl of your dreams?” TikTok trend.
The hilarious TikTok meme has people testing the limits of their desires. Sometimes it seems like you would do anything to get what you want until you’re faced with the reality of what it entails. People are using the “how far would you drive for the girl of your dreams?” TikTok trend to perfectly capture the brutal reality of what your greatest wish coming true actually means.
Origin of ‘how far would you drive for the girl of your dreams?’ TikTok trend
On May 25, TikToker @speedyandtheg posted an interview. The interviewer asked “how far would you drive for the girl of your dreams?” to which the interviewee responded, “I would drive anywhere.” Then the interviewer got more specific, asking,” What about to Nebraska?”
The interviewee quickly fired back, “Oh f*** no.”
The conversation received over 13 million views and 5.3 million likes. Now the sound has been used in over 118,000 videos and is a bonafide meme.
“How far would you drive for the girl of your dreams?” TikTok trend explained
The sound spawned a meme where TikTokers use the structure of the conversation to reveal what they wouldn’t do for what they want. Each video substitutes the object of the desire (the girl) and what the person refuses to do (drive to Nebraska) but still uses the original sound.
“How comfortable are you around your best friend?” @corinabigail asked herself.
“So so comfortable,” she replied.
“Do you guys hug each other?” she asked herself.
“Oh, f*** no,” she lip-synced to the sound.
The video garnered over 4.6 million views in a week.
“What would you do for a boyfriend?” @brunettedumptruck asked herself.
“I would do anything,” she replied.
“Hang out with a boy alone?” she asked herself.
“Oh, f*** no!” she lip-synced.
The video racked up over 934,000 likes. TikTokers could totally relate to your dilemma.
“Friend has to come with, I don’t care,” one person said.
“It’s absolutely terrifying and not worth it,” another wrote.
The user @kat.attack.rawr was willing to eat anything for dinner… except porkchops.
“BRB. Sending this to my mom,” someone commented.
“Does anybody actually like pork chops?” a user asked.
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