TikTokers are repackaging old Hunger Games-era thirst into a new trend, creating a perfectly inescapable storm.
It’s visually similar to corecore and as chaotic and surreal as overstimulation memes.
The hashtag #MarriageLanguage has more than 72.3 billion views — and counting.
Dom of the Year is a rising internet star thanks to his appearance in Dave Portnoy’s recent feud with a Massachusetts pizza shop owner.
A quote from a 2009 animated film is making the rounds across social media platforms as users joke about making stupid decisions.
A corny line about coffee that allegedly started out as a throwaway tweet is finding a home on another social media platform: TikTok. The line, which went viral in various mom-centric Facebook meme groups in the late 2010s, is: “Coffee…
“We are the next cringe generation on the chopping block.”
The tides may have turned after the comedian posted a preview of the full-length music video, featuring a different woman.
In 2012, a then-pregnant McKinli Hatch posted a photo of herself posing with baby names written out on a chalkboard. It immediately went viral — but not for the reason she wanted.
Commonly regarded as one of the “worst animes ever,” “The Abunai Sisters” is making a comeback on Twitter and TikTok.