A man’s visceral reaction to a TikTok trend is now a viral response to things people don’t like

A man’s deadpan response to a popular TikTok foodie trend has sparked its own meme. 

TikTok is a great place to get exposed to all the different kinds of recipes you wouldn’t normally know to look for. Whether it’s crispy air fryer pasta or cloud jelly drinks, the platform is all about exchanging ideas. Of course, these things can be subjective. One person’s ideal treat can be another’s worst nightmare. 

@luxmberg

#stitch with @lilsipper_official I don’t agree

♬ original sound – Bubby Thumper

When TikToker @luxmberg heard about a trend where people used raw onion slices as a “chip” to dip in marina sauce, he was lowkey repulsed. 

“No, I think you’re wrong. I don’t think that’s right,” he said of the snack. “No. I don’t — I don’t — I think you’re wrong, I think you’re wrong there. I think we disagree.” 

The audio became the perfect soundtrack for people to express their unpopular opinions. 

Now people are using the sound to show other things they disagree with 

Dr. Dustin Portela used the snippet to debunk the idea that, “essential oils are the best way to treat eczema.” 

“Ron and Hermione are PERFECT together,” @readingwithruth wrote in a caption, she disagreed. “Me shipping Hermione with literally any male except Ron.” 

“They are just rocks they can’t make you feel anything,” @wyo_witch307 refuted as she held her crystals. 

“High school was literally the best time of life,” @shmeggggg said in a video, shaking her head with disapproval. 

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