Put a finger down if you’re over these.
People didn’t hold back! From sounds to fake reactions, there’s a lot happening on TikTok they’re done with.
Take a look at some of them below, and let me know if you agree:
“Pointing at the HUGE text in your video as if we can’t figure out what we need to look at/read.”
“The ‘tips’ ones where men are like ‘ladies, men hate it when you do these three things…’ We do not care.”
“‘Like for part 2’ and ‘wait till the end.’ No, I’m not playing your game. *scroll*”
“Watching Part 23 of a 5-minute clip of a show/film/etc., and most of the clips have been repeated in the previous video and only last, like, 10 seconds. 🙄”
“The account of children, with children, even the family accounts where children are shown. Hate to say it but especially little girls.”
“As someone who works with individuals with autism, anyone who does the ‘put a finger down’ blind reaction and it ends with ‘you may have autism/ADHD/etc.’ I understand it can be helpful in identifying certain behaviors or mannerisms, but it’s also dangerous because things like autism/ADHD/etc. are vast spectrums. A lot of behaviors mimic behaviors that are identified when diagnosing autism/ADHD/etc., but that doesn’t always mean the person has it. I hope we can encourage others to be tested if we are concerned or wonder, but self-diagnosing is not the way to go.”
“People glorifying and/or joking about mental illness. ESPECIALLY autism, ADHD, and BPD. So many fucking people are self-diagnosing, and it’s dangerous.”
“Any ‘blind react to this’ video because they definitely are not blind reacting in any of them.”
“The kids who listen to music from the ’80s/’90s and act like they’ve never heard it. Reactions are so fake…and seriously, it’s Journey, Bon Jovi, Nirvana. If you haven’t heard them by now, you must have never had a radio or only [listen to] Christian music.”
“Men approaching random women on the street and putting them on the spot, asking if they would date them and shit like that.”
“‘You all had a mom, I had a Shirley. Shirley went to every single one of my baseball games. She fulfilled the duties of a parent by feeding, clothing, and providing me shelter. Shirley swears like a sailor. Everyone should have a Shirley.’ You can sub out ‘mom’ w/ another parent/grandparent, but 9/10 they’re just regular ppl…”
“Maybe it’s because I’m old, but I don’t understand these cooking or crafting TikToks where the sound is someone reading an AITA story or something like that. Can someone explain the appeal? I’m baffled.”
“‘Refill with me.’ I don’t get it, I don’t understand it, I don’t care if your cookies are layered or your laundry powder is in a pretty jar. It’s nothing.”
“‘Put a finger down’ while I tell a stupid ramble story that has too many details and could have been said in 15 or fewer words if it even needed to be told at all.”
“The ‘they’re a 10 but…’ trend. Some of them are very mean-spirited. Poking fun of your pet is funny. Poking fun of someone’s identity/abilities/sexuality/etc. is just bullying.”
“Literally any video with the person just recording themselves watching another person’s TikTok at a stupid angle (you can’t even be bothered to sit up?), and it’s just them being nonplussed during the whole video. Who wants to see someone else just scrolling through TikTok!?!??!”
“Oh no. Oh NO. OH NONONONONONO 🪦”
Are there any we missed? Sound off in the comments.