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While it'd be wildly easy to fake this whole situation, it's kind of a fun idea to entertain. Honestly, this video reminds us of that recent post about the dude who very well might've wandered into an artificial, government fabricated town. Like, if you ever find yourself in that situation, do you just proceed to have as much fun as possible with it, or what? I feel like that's the move. Shout out to TikToker @kilianandmaruta for this video though. 

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Hasbulla Is The King Of Social Media Now

In these days of social media managers and mysteriously trained algorithms, it's becoming vanishingly rare to see an internet star who doesn't conform to the generic influencer mold. When someone does break through these expectations, though, it means they make an even bigger impact.

Hasbulla Magomedov, aka Mini Khabi, has shaped up to be one of the most compelling candidates for breaking these boundaries recently. At 18 years old and just over 3'3, he first rose to prominence through sharing humorous videos on his Instagram account. After a year of its existence, it has gained more than 300,000 followers and started his fledgling MMA career. His widely publicized fight with singer Abdu Rozik last month shot him even further to stardom.

After this, he has continued to maintain the kind of profile most aspiring influencers can only dream of with fan accounts on multiple platforms propagating viral videos and memes every other week. His infectious attitude has propelled his sustained popularity, and it probably also helps that he's Russian, feeding into meme culture's longstanding admiration of all things Slavic

Whether demonstrating his fighting prowess, making fun of cringeworthy TikTokers or standing on/in front of a series of impressive looking cars, his presence alone brings the vibe that online legend is made of. His fame doesn't seem to be going anywhere anytime soon, so it's only right to celebrate it with some of the best content he has made and inspired.

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This guy's absolutely not alone if he's someone who unconsciously buries his face in his phone when the anxiety kicks in. Maybe he was overwhelmed by all the love, and had a moment of weakness where he didn't know what to do with himself. Clearly, the fact that they're still together indicates that it wasn't an unforgivable move on his part. The viral Tiktok video itself comes from TikToker @taylortoks

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35 Times People Dropped Gold In The TikTok Comments

TikTok from the outside appears to be a pretty insular online community with a chaotic method of delivering content that is daunting to inexperienced users. Because of this, many stay on the outside and make up their minds about the app, but we'd argue that these people might be missing out on one of the most interesting parts of TikTok—the comments. This shouldn't be a big surprise, since we all know you can always find gold in the YouTube comments, for example. The comments are also an interesting insight into what's going on in the minds of Gen Z—though all ages use the app, almost half of the users are under the age of 24. 

Since June, Twitter account @commentsooc has been doing a great job documenting some of the best of TikTok's comments. If you're interested in taking a look into this world but are too scared of the app, you've come the the right place.

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TikTokers Discovered How to Use Their Imagination, They Call It ‘Reality Shifting’

Welcome to the weird world of #ShiftTok, where reality can be whatever I want [stares in Thanos].

Reality Shifting. Desired Reality. Current Reality. Scripting. If you're not yet privy to these terms, let's bring you up to speed. Like Otherkin and Ms. Scribe before it, 'Reality Shifting' is a contemporary niche community that crosses fanfic with some dubious theories on quantum reality. Now, the shifting community goes way, way beyond TikTok, but for the sake of your sanity, we're going to focus on #ShiftTok.

Via @beashifting

 

According to purveyors of the idea, Shifting is not lucid dreaming, astral projection, meditation, time traveling, or dissociation. Shifters can supposedly script a 'desired reality' by writing it down and then willing their subconscious into that desired reality through a number of techniques that require patience, practice and determination. Though incarnations of this online community have been around for quite some time, there was an unsurprising surge in Reality Shifting discussions on TikTok at the start of the pandemic. Escapism assumed many forms for those in quarantine, and while some were retreating into their Minecraft realms, others were attempting to literally shape reality to their liking.

Join us on this saga.

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As far as wildly petty revenges go, TikToker @kristinamakescontent might've just shot right to the top of the petty revenges leaderboard. The fact that she's kept this whole thing up for five years is pretty surreal. By "thing" we mean that she's been using her ex's email whenever she wants to sign up for a free trial opportunity. Hopefully the dude just deactivated his email or made a new one. Also, hopefully she just decides to move on. The actual longevity of this petty revenge is what has people divided. Like sure, it's funny for a while, but at what point is it time to just forget about each other? 

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TikToker's "Sink Recipes" Are A Cursed Mess

The world's unfortunately grown well acquainted with TikTokers unleashing all kinds of nasty trends. In the case of the "sink recipe" videos from TikToker @succhefful we sorely hope that nobody tries out the recipes at home. You'd think/hope that most people would possess the common sense necessary to pick up on the fact that sink recipe videos aren't safe to actually put into practice, but unfortunately, some jokes just fly right over people's heads. If you're looking for some more gross food content after checking out these TikTok videos, then take a peek at some meals that people made with hatred, not love

A quick list of TikTok videos that show off gross sink recipes.
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Some people freeze in the face of an adrenaline-charged crisis, and others act in such a way that people and animals' lives can end up being saved. The cousin of TikToker @bakedlikepie certainly assumed the latter more admirable stance. She didn't waste any time with taking care of business. We're just glad that everyone was able to get out of that dicey situation as soon as possible. It even looks like the bear was about to climb back over that wall again. Woof. 

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TikToker @torivile, made some waves on the internet after posting a video where she's shown exposing Starbucks for their store-bought lemonade and syrups. Honestly though, the reality is that every store can hit their low points where they simply run out of supplies. You wouldn't normally expect such a development from a place like Starbucks, but oh well, here we are. 

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TikTok Landlord Gets Called Out For False Advertising

Hustle culture is the absolute worst. It has a cringeworthy attitude, glamorizes dangerous overwork and demonizes anyone who might want to enjoy their life without striving to become a millionaire by the age of 30. 

Most depressing of all, its zenith is the often shady world of property investment. The advent of TikTok has ensured that there's an influencer for pretty much everything these days, and landlords have grasped the opportunity with enthusiasm. The platform is home to countless real estate aficionados, showing off their wealth and providing frequently dubious advice on how others can achieve the same. 

It has drawn wider attention recently due to one of the more prominent TikTok landlords. User @tatlondono made a video claiming that her ownership of a Porsche and a Range Rover was thanks to the ownership of three apartments, whose exterior featured in the TikTok.

However, once the video made its way to Twitter it was revealed that all was not what it seemed and the building she had filmed in front of was not even owned by her. In a sector where mismanagement and exploitation are rife, it's more than a little suspicious to be using blatant falsehoods. Unfortunately, it's also not likely to stop the #aspirational content train.

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The Buzz Around The Beekeeping Influencer Beef

Two of the most improbably wholesome things on this earth are honey bees and niche but adorable online communities. Both are an essential part of their respective ecosystems and put a lot of work into producing something sweet. Combine the two and you get something like @texasbeeworks, the TikTok account that has been bringing beekeeping exploits to the masses.

The face of the account is Erika Thompson, who has been winning hearts and views for her seemingly unconventional methods. Many of her videos show her rescuing bees with no protective equipment, usually scooping them with her bare hands — although she assures viewers that she takes precautions when needed.

So far, so warm and fuzzy. However, this is the internet and nothing is sacred. In recent days, Thompson has been challenged by beekeeper Friday Chamberlain. Over at @lahoneybeerescue, Chamberlain's video slammed the methods of her fellow bee influencer as "setting a dangerous precedent". She criticized her lack of tools, as well as the dangers of dark clothing and long hair. Even worse, she accused her of letting her husband do most of the work behind the scenes.

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Talk about some criminally dumb criminal behavior. These dine 'n' dashers were forced to make their return to a restaurant after foolishly leaving their keys behind. You've just got to love it when someone ends up engineering their own demise. 

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Twitter Is Roasting Grimes After Equivocal 'Proposition for the Communists'

Grimes is trending yet again and this time it involves artificial intelligence, communism and TikTok. Still with us? Great. Let's cut to the chase:
 


Many bewildered TikTok followers of the ever-polarizing pop star expressed their skepticism in the comments, wondering how Grimes—the partner of one of the wealthiest capitalists in the world—could endorse communism. Grimes waved off her dubious ramblings, claiming the video was meant to be a joke, but that didn't stop the TikTok clip from making it's way over to Twitter, where thousands of people are taking the opportunity to make fun of the self-proclaimed advocate of 'AI dictatorship.' 

Whether Grimes was joking or not seems to be beside the point for many participating in the roast fest. For Twitter, laughing at Grimes is way more fun than laughing with Grimes. We've collected some of the spiciest reactions to the pop queen's perplexing ramblings for anyone who's into inane celebrity spectacle. 

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Woman Fights Bear, Somehow Wins

Could you win in a fight against a bear? A cursory glance at their sheer size suggests it is unlikely. Bear attacks might usually be few and far between, but it's also not wise to assume every single one out there is like Smokey.

This is something that the internet was reminded of yesterday thanks to an alarming video on Twitter. User @55mmbae drew attention to the astonishing video, which shows what appears to be a grizzly bear climbing onto a wall in a backyard. When it begins to attack several dogs, their presumed owner comes out — and manages to topple it with a single hit.

After her powerful defense, people were predictably taken aback. Although it might have been more a case of luck than skill, there's no denying that this woman has an impressive right hook.

 

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Many of us remember the viral sensation that was "Pizza Rat." Well, a new era has dawned upon us. This time around, right from the ever strange and occasionally entertaining world of TikTok we have a mouse who is absolutely getting their feast mode on at a Whole Foods. All seems to be normal enough until TikToker @definebritt zooms in, and the dirtier truth is revealed. 

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Goodbye, Bad Boy Weekend

It's time to pour one out for bad boys everywhere. Social movement and official TikTok holiday Bad Boy Weekend is no more. 

Also known as the 'Why Do Good Girls Like Bad Guys?' challenge, its videos are soundtracked to Good Girls Bad Guys by Falling In Reverse. The premise is simple: you film yourself dressed in a nerdy and/or formal way before cutting away to a significantly edgier outfit and setup.

Just like Hot Girl Summer, Bad Boy Weekend is all about a state of mind. While its name may suggest that it's gender-exclusive, it is open to anybody willing to showcase their versatility. There's no wrong way to reveal your Bad Boy side, but it helps if the transformation is a dramatic one, in keeping with the ethos that you can be the biggest dweeb and the most badass at the same time.

The movement has had three years of sustained popularity but its creator, Twitter user _Mabson_, recently announced that this Memorial Day weekend would be its last outing. In memoriam, we've collected some of the best examples of it this time.

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