TikTok slang: A complete guide to the meanings behind each phrase

Here's your complete guide to all the slang terms used on TikTok and what they mean – including DC, IB and FYP.

1. A complete guide to TikTok slang and what all the words mean

In the same way that Twitter and Instagram have given us new, memorable slang terms, TikTok users are now contributing to the internet lexicon. From new Gen Z words like ‘Heather’ to platform-specific terms like FYP, IB and DC, here’s all the important and popular TikTok slang terms and abbreviations that you need to know.

2. What does FYP mean on TikTok?

This one is pretty simple. That #FYP you see everywhere on TikTok? It means ‘For You Page’. The FYP is the main timeline you see when you log into the app. Rather than showing you the videos of people you follow, the FYP presents you with popular, viral and random videos that you might like based on your personal algorithm.

3. What does CEO mean on TikTok?

On TikTok, CEO means the same thing as it does in real life… Chief Executive Officer. To be called a ‘CEO of’ something on TikTok means that you’re the absolute best at it. CEO of dance challenges, CEO of comments, CEO of going viral… you get the idea.

4. What does PFP mean on TikTok?

The meaning behind PFP is simple... it means profile picture.

5. What does POV mean on TikTok?

On TikTok, POV means the same thing as it does in real life… Point of View. POV is often used in captions and on-video captions to signify when the viewer is meant to be watching it from their own perspective.

6. What does OOMF mean on TikTok?

OOMF is an acronym for One Of My Followers. It’s predominantly used on TikTok and Twitter.

7. What does Heather mean on TikTok?

The term Heather has a few meanings on TikTok. The first refers directly to the iconic ‘80s film, Heathers. In the movie, the Heathers were a group of wealthy, preppy and popular students. In this case, being a Heather can have negative connotations, seeing as they were the ‘mean girls’ of their day. In 2020, the term took on a new meaning thanks to Conan Gray’s song. To be called a Heather in this context means you’re gorgeous, desirable and the other person wishes they could be you.

8. What does IB mean on TikTok?

If you see the letters ‘IB’ in a TikTok caption, it means that the video has been ‘inspired by’ another viral or notable video. The original users @ will usually be tagged alongside the letters.

9. What does DC mean on TikTok?

If you see the letters ‘DC’ in a TikTok caption, it means that the TikTok user is giving ‘dance credits’ to the originator of a viral dance or challenge. The original creator's username will usually be tagged alongside the letters.

10. What does Alt TikTok mean?

Alt TikTok is one of the main ‘sides’ of TikTok. Alt TikTok (short for alternative) is for more of the quirky Gen Z humour and meme-y type TikTok users. Here, you’ll find other sides of TikTok including Frog TikTok and Fairy Comment TikTok.

11. What does Straight TikTok mean?

Straight TikTok is one of the main ‘sides’ of TikTok. Straight TikTok is where you’ll find the dances and the majority of the content house TikTokers, like the Hype House. Basically, it’s the more mainstream side of the app.

12. What do the finger emojis mean on TikTok?

The 'two fingers touching' emoji sequence essentially mean 'shy'. As if you were twiddling your fingers together, nervously. The emojis can often be paired with the watery eye emoji too, for extra nervous vibes.

13. What does #xyzbca mean on TikTok?

The #xyzbca hashtag is simply just a popular hashtag that people use in the hopes of getting more views on their TikTok videos. It’s kind of like #FYP and #ForYouPage. It unfortunately has no meaning at all. It’s just a bunch of letters.

14. What does Shifting mean on TikTok?

Shifting (sometimes called reality shifting) is a way of training your mind to enter a ‘new reality’. It started on Reddit a while ago but has become popular on TikTok. To shift, you need to lie down and imagine your ‘desired reality’. It’s essentially a mix between meditation, manifestation and lucid dreaming. The results are said to feel like an extremely realistic and vivid dream.

15. What does ratio mean on TikTok?

Ratio is a popular term used on social media and when it comes to TikTok, it’s all to do with the comment section. To get ‘ratioed’ on TikTok means that your comment has more replies than likes. Usually, this means that your comment has NOT gone down well. If you get ratioed, it’s kind of a bad thing.

16. What does Simp mean on TikTok?

According to Urban Dictionary, ‘simp’ stands for 'Suckas Idolising Mediocre Pussy'. Essentially, it’s a term for a man who will do absolutely anything for a woman in the hopes of getting sex or a relationship in return. The term has softened thanks to TikTok. Now, people often refer to themselves as a simp for certain celebrities (or real people) they have a crush on.

17. What does Shadowbanned mean on TikTok?

Shadowbanning is when your content is ‘blocked’ without you knowing by TikTok. Your account can be removed from searches, and your reach will be limited to your own followers. Users tend to notice that they’ve been shadowbanned on TikTok when their view count drops. The same thing can happen on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

18. What does the Brain emoji mean on TikTok?

On TikTok, the brain emoji has a bit of a NSFW meaning. It basically means oral sex, or 'give brain'/'give head'. It went viral in a video that explained how doctors can tell whether or not you've done it or not based on the roof of your mouth, and now TikTokers have officially crowned it as the latest emoji with a hidden meaning.

19. What does Caught In 4k mean on TikTok?

To 'catch someone in 4k' means to capture their reaction or behaviour to a situation on camera, in clear view. The phrase has been on TikTok for a while now, but it's recently being used when guys fall for the 'Hey Lol' audio challenge. Users will play Khaleel's song, which samples a Porn Hub intro, out loud and people who have "been to the hub" will usually look up to see what's going on. Of course, the other person will be filming them, catching their reaction "in 4k".

20. What does Accountant mean on TikTok?

If you've ever been on TikTok, you'll have no doubt heard the "I'm an accountant" song. TikTokers use this song as a tongue-in-cheek way to dodge questions about their true jobs, and where they got all their money from – because "nobody asks you questions when you say you're an accountant." Originally, Rocky Paterra wrote the song about how he would dodge questions as a struggling actor. The term was then adopted by sex workers or people who have OnlyFans accounts.

21. What does Sheesh mean on TikTok?

You may have heard a lot of TikTokers or seen a lot of comments using the 'word' sheesh on TikTok recently. The phrase basically means to either be impressed or to express disbelief or exasperation.

22. What does ASL mean on TikTok?

ASL is not a new phrase that comes from TikTok, it's actually a standard internet phrase that stands for 'age, sex, location'. However, some TikTok users are also using the phrase as a shortened way to say "as hell".

23. What does Mutuals/Moots mean on TikTok?

If you've seen the word 'mutuals' (or 'moots' for short), then that means someone is talking about their followers who also follow them back.

24. What does Bussin mean on TikTok?

Bussin is a word that frequently pops up on TikTok, and it means that something is really good.

25. What does Valid mean on TikTok?

You may understand valid to mean acceptable or reasonable, but it has a slightly different meaning within social media slang terms. According to Urban Dictionary, valid also means something that is very good or of a really high standard.

26. What does Cheugy mean on TikTok?

Cheugy means something that is off-trend. It's mostly aimed at millennial styles and trends, and it's similar to calling someone basic. Things that make someone 'Cheugy', according to the CheugLife Instagram, include: Anything that says "girlboss", Harry Potter merch, Ugg slippers, going to Disney as an adult, posing in front of a wall mural for an Instagram picture, Eos lipbalms... you get the picture.

27. What does Sneaky Link mean on TikTok?

A Sneaky Link is pretty much what you think it is... it's a slang term for someone who is hooking up with another person in secret. The term is also used in a viral TikTok song called 'Sneaky Link' by HXLLYWOOD.

28. What does Face Card mean on TikTok?

You may have heard the term Face Card being thrown around on TikTok and Twitter recently, but there's a couple of different meanings to the phrase. On social media, the latest interpretation basically means that you're stunning, you always have been and you always will be. People share their selfies alongside captions such as "face card always valid" or "face card never declined". However, the popular street slang meaning refers to your reputation, and the fact that people respect you.

29. What does Fruity mean on TikTok?

On TikTok, Fruity is a term used to describe someone who belongs to the LGBTQ+ community. It's not actually a new term either, and some might actually find it to be offensive, but it's currently being reclaimed by the Gay TikTok subculture. The term picked up popularity on the app after TikTok user Mattie (@westbrouck) put the word into context in a viral video.

30. What does 4Lifers mean on TikTok?

The phrase '4Lifers' gained popularity on TikTok thanks to a viral video from @boobackbaby, featuring rapper and producer Lucki saying “what we is? 4lifersss!” 4Lifers means a group of friends, or siblings, or family members who will always be in each others lives no matter what - for life, obviously. The term may also be shorted to 4L on some social media platforms too.

31. What does BBL mean on TikTok?

There’s been a lot of videos about BBLs on the TikTok FYP recently, but what exactly does it stand for? BBL is actually an acronym for a surgery called a Brazilian Butt Lift, which takes fat from one area of the body and moves it to the butt to make it bigger. TikTokers are sharing the before and afters of their cosmetic procedures with their followers.

32. What does Hot Girl Summer mean on TikTok?

Chances are you already know what Hot Girl Summer means, but after a whole year spent inside, the Megan Thee Stallion-coined phrase is making a huge comeback for 2021. Hot Girl Summer is an inclusive phrase all about feeling confident, having fun, looking good, not caring about what others think and living your best life unapologetically – usually while not in a relationship.

33. What does AS/Adult Swim mean on TikTok?

The Adult Swim trend is taking over TikTok, with users creating their own 'bumpers' in the style of the iconic Cartoon Network adult-themed programming block. Users will film themselves in random places, and then put a caption or 'adult swim' over the top. The posts will usually be tagged with #AdultSwim or #AS.

34. What does ALR mean on TikTok?

ALR has a few meanings online but the most popular definition on TikTok is that is means 'alright'. The #ALR hashtag is also used on popular videos in order to get more views.

35. What does YT mean on TikTok?

If you've seen the letters 'YT' all over your For You Page and you thought it mean YouTube, you wouldn't be the only one. However, 'YT' is actually a slang term or abbreviation for 'white', and people use it to refer to someone's race or skin tone.

36. What does TVA mean on TikTok?

If you've been wondering what TVA means on TikTok, or who The TVA are, then you probably haven't watched any of Disney+'s Loki series yet. The acronym comes from Marvel, and it means Time Variance Authority. The TVA are a fictional organisation that monitor and protect the sacred timeline in the MCU.

37. What does Looted mean on TikTok?

The term ‘looted’ was popularised by TikToker user @chasinn.loot. The word is a synonym for “drip” and “swag”, used to describe someone’s outfit or style. A lot of @chasinn.loot’s videos also use the snippet of YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s ‘I Don't Know’.

38. What does BMS mean on TikTok?

BMS, in TikTok terms, means ‘broke my scale’. The scale that it’s referring to is actually an attractiveness scale, and has nothing to with weight. Broke My Scale is used by TikTokers when commenting on people’s videos, referring to their physical attractiveness. Who knew?!

39. What does KLM mean on TikTok?

Well, there's a couple of meanings for KLM. The first, according to Urban Dictionary is that it's "another way of writing Calm, which means like fine or okay." The acronym is also the name of a Dutch airline. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij N.V.) are not currently on TikTok but there is a parody account that often roasts Irish airline Ryanair.

40. What does Sizing Up mean on TikTok?

To you and me, to "size up" someone means to form a judgment of something or someone. But on TikTok, people are finding out that it has a whole different meaning in slang terms, a sexual meaning that is actually pretty awful. An entry on Urban Dictionary defines "sizing up" as "when a guy examines a girls thighs in order to see if she can take dick from him".

41. What does DNI mean on TikTok?

If you've seen 'DNI' anywhere on TikTok, it means 'Do Not Interact'. The internet acronym is mostly used by users who share NSFW and adult content that is not meant for anyone under the age of 18. The phrase allows users to signpost that they will not interact with underage people, and signifies a content warning to minor users. Users also use DNI when they don't want to interact with people who support or follow certain things.

42. What does 1437 mean on TikTok?

The 1437 TikTok phrase actually means "I love you forever". The phrase is all to do with the number of letters in each word. For example, "I" is a one letter word therefore the 1 in 1437 represents that. "Love" contains four letters, “you” contains 3 letters and “forever” contains 7 letters. Although the term is popular on TikTok, it's actually been used as an abbreviation for years in text messages and on chat forums.

43. What does Devious Lick mean on TikTok?

You’ve probably seen “Devious Lick” going viral on TikTok recently. The phrase essentially means ’stolen goods’ or is used to describe that has been stolen in a sneaky way. It was first popularised by TikTok user @dtx.2cent who posted a video of a hand-sanitiser machine in a backpack alongside the caption: "Only a month into school and got this absolute devious lick." The video quickly gained over 7.2 million views in two days.

44. What does ATP mean on TikTok?

ATP actually has a number of meanings on the app. The hashtag will usually refer to the ATP tennis tour, while other slang terms mean “at this point” and “answer the phone”. People have been using the abbreviation in a number of ways on the app.

45. What does the chair emoji mean on TikTok?

The chair emoji has started flooding comment sections on TikTok recently. The emoji is actually part of an “inside joke” started by user @blank.antho who told his followers to replace the laughing emoji with a chair. The joke went viral, and now people are sending chair emojis on videos that they find funny.

46. What does Baka mean on TikTok?

Baka means ‘idiot’, 'stupid', ‘fool’ or 'dumb' in Japanese language. The word can considered quite rude in some cases, depending on how you say it. But TikTokers – namely Anime and Manga fans – are using it in a jokey, light-hearted way.

47. What does Pick Me Girl mean on TikTok?

The term Pick Me Girl didn’t originate on TikTok but it’s become one of the defining terms for a certain type of user on the app. A Pick Me Girl, by the internet’s definition, is someone who acts or claims that she is “not like other girls”, usually to gain attention from guys. Pick Me Boys also apparently exist, and have been likened to Simps.

48. What does YMCA mean on TikTok?

YMCA is referenced in Bo Burnham’s song ‘Words, Words, Words.’ The lyrics, “Met a girl named Macy, had sex with her all day. But she was dyslexic, so I ended up doin the YMCA”, have gone viral on the app, referencing the Village People’s iconic ‘YMCA’ dance routine. YMCA stands for ‘Young Men's Christian Association’.

49. What does Bones Day mean on TikTok?

Bones Day and No Bones Day were born thanks to Noodle the Pug. Noodle is a 13-year-old dog whose owner, Jonathan Graziano, films him waking up each morning. If the dog is able to stand up, it’s a Bones Day. If he flops back down, it’s a No Bones Day. A Bones Day means you should seize the day and make the most of it. A No Bones Day means it’s time to wrap it up and start again tomorrow.

50. What does SW mean on TikTok?

There’s a couple of meanings for SW on the internet, but the primary meaning behind the term on TikTok is ‘Sex Worker’ (including people who earn money from OnlyFans) or 'Sex Work'. TikTok users often use ‘SW’ instead of the full name when discussing or posting about the topic in order to avoid being shadow banned by the algorithms or having their account removed.

51. What does W mean on TikTok?

W is a popular term in sport and gaming. When someone simply puts a "W" in the comment section, it means they're saying "Win" or congratulating someone on their success. It's the opposite of someone taking an "L," which means to lose. Obviously.

52. What does Hogging mean on TikTok?

Hogging word that describes a derogatory and offensive sexual “competition” between groups of guys at fraternities. According to Urban Dictionary, “participants go with the direct intention of hooking up with the fattest girl at the party.” The term has been called out on social media.

53. What does Mid mean on TikTok?

If you've come across the word 'mid' being used in comments or in captions on TikTok and have no idea what it actually means, here's your answer... Mid is a word to describe something that is mediocre. It's not something that is bad, but it's not something that is good either. It's just... fine. Average. Mid.

54. What does Abow mean on TikTok?

‘Abowwww’ first started going viral in January 2022, thanks to a song by ShantiiP X TarioP called ‘Throw It Back (Abow)’. According to TikTok users, ‘Abow’ is a phrase that used in Arabic as well as Turkish, and is commonly used in Sweden as a slang term for ‘wow’ or something similar to ‘omg’. Others have also said the term is often used to hype someone up.

55. What does Pushing P mean on TikTok?

Pushing P made its way to the TikTok mainstream in January 2021, thanks to Gunna and Future’s new track ‘Pushin’ P’. P essentially means something positive, to 'keep it real'. If something is P, it means it’s good. If something is not P, it’s bad. According to Complex, Gunna explained the term on Instagram live, saying: “F*cking your partner’s main bitch ain’t P. If you hold the door for a lady, that’s P. Arguing with your partner about money ain’t P. We ain’t doing that. We’re pushing P.”

56. What does Crop mean on TikTok?

If you logged onto TikTok in April 2022, then you’ll have probably come across million of people asking for people to ‘crop’ their videos in the comment section. Basically, when someone comments ‘crop’ on a video, it means they want the user to reupload the video so it’s not obscured by anything else on the page (e.g. like button, search bar, caption). You’ll usually see these comments when someone is sharing photos of celebrities or meme edits.

57. What does Chupaghetti mean on TikTok?

Chupaghetti went viral on TikTok in April 2022, with users leaving copyists comments detailing the ‘recipe for chupaghetti’. Chupaghetti doesn’t really have a meaning, it’s pretty much made up. Some users have pointed out that the word is a mashup of the Filipino word ‘chupa’ (which loosely translates to suck) and spaghetti.

58. What does NSFR mean on TikTok?

According to Urban Dictionary, NSFR means Not Safe For Ramadan. Much like NSFW (Not Suitable For Work), TikTokers are using the term during the month of Ramadan as a hashtag on certain videos.

59. What does Kaw mean on TikTok?

If you’ve seen the hashtag #Kaw or #Kaws popping up on videos all over your FYP, then you’ll know it’s all to do with a brand of art figures and sculptures by artist KAWS. Based on the videos under the hashtag, it all seems like a pretty harmless trend. However, there is also a horrible, graphic Urban Dictionary definition that's been circulating that suggests the term means "kill all women". As a result, the search results for 'Kaw' do not show up due to "hateful behaviour".

60. What does Vabbing mean in TikTok?

If you haven’t heard about ‘Vabbing’ yet, you’ve probably been living under a rock. Vabbing, a combination of the words “vagina” and “dabbing”, is a recent trend that sees people use their vaginal fluids as ‘perfume’ to attract potential partners.

61. What does Gyatt mean on TikTok?

On TikTok, GYATT is said to be an inside joke ‘between the guys’. According to Urban Dictionary, 'GYAT', or 'GYATT' is a shortened term for ‘goddamn’ that guys use when they see a girl, usually with a curvy body type, they think is attractive. The term is commonly used within Twitch streams.

62. What does DTB mean on TikTok?

This one has two meanings, depending on who is saying it/who you're saying it about. The ‘DT’ in DTB stands for ‘Don’t Trust’, and the B either stands for ‘Boys’ or ‘Bitches’.

63. What does Body Count mean on TikTok?

There’s two different meanings for ‘body count’. The first refers to the number of people that have been killed in a real life event or in a film, TV show or game. The other mean refers to the number of people someone has had sex with. When you see someone asking about another persona’s body count, they’re usually referring to the question about sex.

64. What does NPC mean on TikTok?

NPC stands for Non-Playable Character. The term refers to characters in video games that you interact with within in the game, that are not controlled by another player. When someone calls someone an NPC in real life, they are implying that they are “unable to think objectively” and continually repeat and regurgitate 'information' that's been fed to them by someone else.

65. What does FFR mean on TikTok?

There’s a couple of meanings for this one on the platform. FFR stands for ‘For Fucking Real’. It’s also part of the lyrics to Nicki Minaj’s song ‘Super Freaky Girl’. The FFR part comes from the chorus when Nicki raps: “He want a F (F) R (R) E—A—K.” The second F in “FFR” is a repeat of the first F.

66. What does HGS mean on TikTok?

HGS stands for ‘Hot Girl Shit’, a phrase made popular by Megan Thee Stallion. According to Urban Dictionary, the phrase is “used to describe female behaviour that exudes confidence and a carefree attitude, indicating self awareness of how attractive she is.”

67. What does NNN mean on TikTok?

If you've come across any videos using 'NNN' in the caption or the hashtags, then that person is probably referencing 'No Nut November'. The trend pops up every year, with people abstaining from sex and masturbation in November as a challenge. There's several factors to the challenge, but ultimately, it all boils down to one golden rule: Absolutely no 'nutting' a.k.a. ejaculating.

68. What does Rizz mean on TikTok?

“Rizz” refers to someone’s ability to attract a love interest. So if someone says you have “rizz”, it means your flirt game is strong. The term was popularised on the internet by Twitch streamer and YouTuber Kai Cenat. There’s also several different types of "Rizz" but “unspoken rizz” is the rarest and most powerful.

69. What does Dupe mean on TikTok?

In internet culture, ‘Dupe’ is a prominent word used by beauty influencers to describe a cheaper, more affordable alternative to a high-end product. The word has now trickled into meme culture and ‘DOOP!’ has become a hilarious meme of its own thanks to the cost of living crisis. Riffing off the beauty influencers, Gen Z are now rebranding ‘knock-offs’ and completely random objects as ‘doops’ for things that are well known and expensive to buy outright.

70. What does LMR mean on TikTok?

The meaning behind all those LMR comments on TikTok is pretty simple, and it means the same thing across all social media platforms. LMR simply stands for 'Like My Recent'. Users typically comment LMR on other popular videos in order to drive likes and engagement to their newest posts.

71. What does OBCD mean on TikTok?

OBCD is another way of saying obesity. The term appears to have become popular thanks to YouTuber Nikocado Avocado. In a viral video that’s been doing the rounds on TikTok, Nikocado can be seen showing off his pantry, explaining that his OCD prompted him to display everything in an organised manner. Behind the camera, someone then says, “You mean your OBCD?” referring to Nikocado’s weight.

72. What does IJBOL meaning on TikTok?

If you thought IJBOL was a Korean slang term that had made its way into the wider Twittersphere, you’re not the only one… Users have been confused by the latest acronym but it actually has a really simple meaning. For those Gen Z users who think LOL and LMAO have lost their true meaning or have become deeply uncool to use on social media these days, IJBOL has arrived as an “even funnier” alternative. IJBOL actually stands for ‘I Just Burst Out Laughing’/‘I Just Bust Out Laughing’.

73. What does RCTA mean on TikTok?

You may have come across the phrases ‘Exposing RCTAs’ or ‘End RCTAs’ on TikTok recently. RCTA stands for ‘Race Change To Another‘, and the trend – which has been deemed problematic – is being called out by users on the platform. The term references people who were born as one race but now identify as another race. A similar term is ECTA, which means ‘ethnicity change to another.’

74. What does Pookie mean on TikTok?

'Pookie' has been popping up a lot on TikTok recently, and the meaning behind the term is pretty simple: It's just a term of endearment used to describe something cute. You might have come across various TikTok comments or captions describing someone as 'so pookie', which basically just means they think the person is adorable!

75. What does Glazing mean on TikTok?

‘Glazing’ has now trickled over from the Twitch stream chats and into the TIkTok comments, but what does it mean? To ‘glaze’ someone would mean to over-praise and over-compliment them, similar to – as Urban Dictionary puts it – ‘dickriding’ and being a ‘kiss-ass’.

76. What does PMTTWAMOWM mean on TikTok?

Over the past few months, the acronym PMTTWAMOWM has been popping up on TikTok all over the place – mostly on thirsty fan edits. But does does it stand for? Well, it means “Pin me to the wall and make out with me”. The acronym also sometimes varies, with the phrase starting with the standard PMTTWA ("Pin me to the wall and..."), before switching up the letters at the end depending on what the person wants the other one to do to them.

77. What does Fanum Tax mean on TikTok?

If you’ve come across the ‘Sticking Out My Gyat for the Rizzler’ song on TikTok, then you’re probably wondering what ‘Fanum Tax’ means… ‘Fanum Tax’ was popularised on Kai Cenat’s Twitch streams, and stems from streamer Fanum stealing his food and then leaving with it. It basically just means someone wants to ‘yoink’ your food, similar to the ‘food tax’ term that has been going viral on the platform.

78. What does Edge mean on TikTok?

You may have seen thousands of “Vivek I edge to you” comments on TikTok recently, but what does it mean? ‘Edging’ is a sexual technique where someone will think about something else (usually non-sexual) in order to prevent them from climaxing. In this case, Gen Z users are trolling 2024 Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, after he said he wanted to raise the voting age in the US to 25. It’s an ironic tactic used to annoy him and flood his comments.

79. What does Roman Empire mean on TikTok?

The Roman Empire trend started when women started asking the men in their lives how often they think of the Roman Empire because the answers would be “surprising”. This then spiralled into a wider trend where people began sharing the things they think about 24/7, whether it’s a true crime case, a particular celebrity beef or a particular episode of TV.

80. What does DDD mean on TikTok?

You’ve heard of NNN (No Nut November), now get ready for DDD, which stands for ‘Destroy Dick December’. In response to the NNN trend, which sees people abstain from sex and masturbation throughout the month of November, internet users (mainly men) have now come up with DDD which, as you can imagine, is the complete opposite of what happens in November. So if you’ve wondering why DDD begins to start popping up on November 30th and December 1st, now you know…

81. What does PTSO mean on TikTok?

There’s a handful of things that PTSO could mean on the internet, but the most common TikTok use of the phrase is ‘Put That Sh*t On.’ PTSO is a compliment used to hype someone up. If someone comments PTSO or tells you that you’re ‘putting that shit on’, it means they think you’re dressed well and have style.

82. What does Delulu mean on TikTok?

This one is pretty simple: ‘Delulu’ just means delusional. It’s just a ‘girly pops’ way of joking about being delusional when it comes to literally anything, but mostly self-confidence. It’s not a self-deprecating thing, but more of a “who cares” confidence boosting thing. The term is said to have originated within the K-pop fandom, and has now become part of the wider TikTok lexicon. In one viral video posted by Moses Wong, the term is summed up perfectly: “In this generation, I believe that being delusional is one of the key factors to be happy. Remember guys, staying delulu is the solulu (solution). Think positive.”

83. What does Standing on Business mean on TikTok?

‘Standing on business’, according to Urban Dictionary, means to “take care of your responsibilities, practice what you preach, or show that you mean what you say/you can back up your claims”. When someone says they’re ‘standing on business’, it means that they are handling their stuff and not messing around. They are “about their grind.”

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What is HW on TikTok?

HW stands for “homework”, and it has become a popular acronym among TikTok users to refer to the work they need to do for school or college. In today’s fast-paced world, where social media and entertainment have become a staple in our lives, education and academic work can sometimes take a back seat. However, with the help of TikTok and the use of the HW acronym, students can easily share their experiences and struggles with homework with their friends and followers.

How is HW used on TikTok?

On TikTok, users can share short-form videos, which can range from a few seconds to a minute long. These videos can be anything from lip-syncing, dancing, and comedy skits to educational content and tutorials. The HW acronym is often used in captions, comments, and video titles to refer to the academic work students have to complete.

For example, a TikTok user might post a video of themselves studying for an exam or doing a project and include the HW hashtag in the caption to indicate they are working on homework. Similarly, someone might use the HW acronym in a comment on another user’s video to indicate that they empathize with the workload or have experienced similar struggles with homework.

The Role of TikTok in Education

TikTok has become a popular platform for education, with many users sharing tutorials, tips, and advice on various subjects. With the help of the platform’s short-form video format, students can easily consume educational content, making learning more engaging and accessible.

The use of the HW acronym on TikTok has also created a sense of community among students who share similar academic challenges. By sharing their experiences with homework, students can offer each other advice and support, creating a space for academic conversations that are often absent from other social media platforms.

Moreover, TikTok’s use of gamification and incentives has also spurred educational institutions to adopt the platform as a medium to connect with students. Many teachers and professors are now using TikTok to create engaging content, provide homework assignments, and interact with their students. These efforts can not only increase student engagement but also improve the overall learning experience.

The Downsides of HW on TikTok

While TikTok can offer a positive space for academic conversations and learning, there are also downsides to the use of the HW acronym on the platform. One of the biggest concerns is the potential for students to cheat on their homework.

With the help of the internet and social media, cheating has become easier than ever. Students can easily share answers or plagiarize content online. TikTok is no exception, as students can access homework solutions or solicit help from others on the app.

Another downside of using TikTok for academic purposes is the potential for distraction. While TikTok can provide a fun and engaging way to consume educational content, it can also be a distraction from academic responsibilities. Students may spend too much time scrolling through content, taking away from the time they need to complete their homework.

In conclusion, HW on TikTok is an acronym that refers to homework, and it has become a popular way for students to share their academic experiences and support each other. The platform has also had a positive impact on education, enabling students to consume engaging and accessible educational content.

However, there are downsides to using TikTok for academic purposes, including the potential for cheating and distraction. It is crucial for students to use the platform responsibly and ensure that they are not compromising their academic integrity.

Overall, TikTok has provided an innovative and exciting way for students to connect with each other and engage with academic content. With the right mindset and approach, students can leverage this powerful tool to their advantage.

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When used on Snapchat, JW may be used in captions or in messages to friends. For example, if someone posts a picture of a new outfit they are wearing, a friend might respond with “you look great! JW where did you get those shoes?” This use of JW indicates that the friend is curious about where the shoes came from, but is not necessarily expecting a response or trying to pry into personal information.

In many cases, JW is simply used as a conversational filler, much like the phrase “did you know?” or “by the way.” It adds a casual tone to the conversation, allowing people to ask questions or make comments without feeling like they are being too direct or confrontational. JW is a simple and common acronym that has become an important part of social media language in recent years.

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What Is Homework Spelled Backwards On TikTok? Meaning and Definition

Have you ever attempted to write a word backward and then figured out what it means? Currently, people are generating videos on TikTok by writing the phrase “HOMEWORK” backward.

The word “homework” would therefore be KROWEMOH when written backward. Thus, according to social media users, it effectively signifies child abuse in Latin. 

According to a user on TikTok, HOMEWORK also means that half of my energy is wasted on random knowledge.

Some people, however, said that it was meaningless and that there was no definition for the word.

When this post went viral, TikTok made it into a trend in 2022. However, nobody ever bothered to inquire whether this information was accurate or only a meme.

What Is Homework Spelled Backwards On TikTok?

On TikTok, the homework with the reversed spelling is causing concern.  Social media is flooded with videos and postings that explain the incorrect definition of “homework.”

The latest Tiktok trend has people saying the word “homework” backward. In the video, “homework” is written backward, creating the word “krowemoh,” which is popular due to its Latin-derived meaning.

@buttery._.girl962 #CapCut #fyp #foryou #foryoupage #trending #abuse ♬ original sound – ?⋆?????⋆?

Numerous Latin terms have been adapted into the English language’s vocabulary. Among these, several phrases and expressions have multiple translations in other languages.

In almost every video about this practice, it is said that the Latin word for Krowemoh is “child abuse.”

Regarding the meaning, people thought that assigning homework to young children amounted to indirect abuse.

On Tiktok, there are more than 15.5k videos created about this homework that is spelled backward.

Many users of Tiktok recorded it and expressed their dissatisfaction with the homework culture that every school in the world continues to maintain in the name of productivity.

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Krowemoh Meaning in Latin

The popular term “Krowemoh” apparently means “child abuse” in Latin, according to videos posted on Tiktok. However, krowemoh means nothing as it has no meaning and is not a Latin word.

The Latin dictionary does not contain the word “Krowemoh,” so maybe someone made up the meaning of it at random.

Following the video’s Tiktok craze, many individuals express the word Krowemoh’s several meanings.

@adenbertisch2 GUYS PLZ SHARE #fyp #school #schoolsucks #homework ♬ Lofi – Domknowz

According to REUTERS, a search for “krowemoh” in Logeion, an open database created at the University of Chicago that compiles several Latin and Greek dictionaries, turned up no pertinent results.

In one of the Tiktok videos, who goes by the @adenbertisch2 , he has stated three unsettling facts concerning schoolwork and its impact on children’s mental health.

Since no one on Tiktok argues it, giving schoolwork to students in any way constitutes child abuse.

Some say that homework was assigned as a punishment, which has the unintended consequence of increasing student inactivity and laziness.

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Students Are Turning to TikTok for Homework Help. Is That a Bad Thing?

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Students are increasingly turning to social media platforms when they need to research topics for school.

One of those platforms is TikTok, a video-sharing platform popular with K-12 students of various ages. Kids ages 4 to 18 spend an average of 91 minutes per day watching TikTok videos, according to data from parental control software maker Qustodio .

In fact, a general survey of TikTok users in the United States found that 1 in 4 use the platform for educational purposes, according to a new survey from online learning platform Study.com. And 69 percent of those who use TikTok for educational purposes said it has helped them complete their homework.

The Study.com analysis also examined what academic subjects had the most views on TikTok. English was first, followed by history, science, and math. Survey respondents who reported using TikTok for educational purposes said they used it most frequently for English classes.

Teachers who spoke with Education Week said they weren’t surprised that so many people use the platform for educational purposes.

“It’s the app where the majority of students are,” said Chris Dier, a high school history teacher in New Orleans and the 2020 Louisiana Teacher of the Year. “So it does make sense that a lot of them are getting their information from TikTok.”

While TikTok could be used to better engage students in lessons, it’s also been a big distraction. A string of viral challenges on the platform have caused headaches for educators. And like with other social media platforms, TikTok could be a forum for bullying and misinformation, along with data privacy concerns. The platform is owned by Beijing, China-based tech company ByteDance.

Plus, many experts remain critical of using social media platforms—such as Facebook, TikTok, and Twitter—for educational purposes. They say the platforms emphasize quick-hit learning, rather than deep discovery and analysis.

“It’s also important to distinguish the learning that might come from a TikTok video to that of a book or a longer article or even long-form video,” said Christine Elgersma, senior editor of learning apps for Common Sense Media, in an email. “We like short, and sometimes that works when it comes to homework: Kids might just want to know if they need a comma or how to cite a source.”

“But when it comes to critical thinking, forming opinions and values, or understanding key moments in history, surface learning just doesn’t do the subjects justice,” she added. “It may be able to provide one piece of a greater puzzle, but it isn’t suited to deeper thinking.”

Students bring information to class from TikTok

Still, some teachers say they use TikTok to meet students where they are, and then engage them in deeper learning through other approaches.

During the pandemic, when Dier was teaching remotely, he was making lengthy content videos for students. That’s when his students told him to try out TikTok.

“At first, I thought ‘I definitely don’t want to join whatever this app is. It’s for kids.’” Dier said. “But as I started teaching, I noticed that students were bringing in information from TikTok. I would ask them, ‘Where did you learn this information?’ They would say, ‘Oh, I heard about it on TikTok.’”

Eventually, Dier created an account and started sharing quick history lessons. “As teachers, we’re supposed to meet students where they are, to engage and make our content come alive. What better way to do that than to utilize the app [where] students are already watching content?” he said. (Dier’s TikTok account now has more than 146,000 followers.)

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Claudine James, a middle school English/language arts teacher in Arkansas, also started a TikTok account after she realized her students weren’t watching the grammar and vocabulary video lessons she posted on YouTube.

During one stretch in the fall semester of 2020, she had more than 25 students absent due to COVID quarantine protocols, but her YouTube video lesson only had seven views.

When the students came back to class, James asked them why they didn’t watch the YouTube videos. Her students said they don’t watch videos on YouTube because they don’t spend time there.

“Someone said, ‘You should put them on TikTok. [Students will] be on there and they’ll just happen to see [the videos],’” James said.

Two years later, James said her TikTok videos on grammar, spelling, and other English lessons have been helpful to her current and past students. “I’ll have a past student send me a message like, ‘If you haven’t already, do a lesson on this, because I want you to explain it to me.’” (James now has 4.5 million followers on TikTok.)

For better or worse, TikTok caters to kids’ shorter attention spans

When asked why they use TikTok for educational purposes, 60 percent of survey respondents said the app is easy to access, 57 percent said it’s easy to understand, 51 percent said there’s a lot of content, and 47 percent said it’s free, according to the Study.com survey.

TikTok “presented a new way to deliver information that corresponded with students’ attention spans,” Dier said. “Attention spans are getting shorter and shorter. And now there’s an app that allows you to create content that caters to the attention span of younger generations.”

Illustration of a hand reaching out from a phone controlling the puppet strings of a young person

TikTok could also be used to share information that’s often left out of textbooks or the curriculum that students might have never heard of otherwise, Dier said. For instance, Dier put together an educational TikTok video after he uncovered historical records about a reconstruction-era massacre orchestrated by white residents against Black people in a Louisiana community in 1868, fueled by whites’ fears that Blacks had gained the right to vote.

But because anyone can post a TikTok video, misinformation can be a problem. The majority of TikTok users judged the trustworthiness of the content by its number of likes (55 percent) and views (53 percent), as well as the number of followers the creator had (51 percent), according to the Study.com survey. Less than half, 44 percent, said they fact-checked a video before deeming it credible.

“[Misinformation] is an issue because I have heard students repeat things that they’ve heard from TikTok that are definitely not true,” Dier said. But when he corrects them, he said the students are “really receptive.”

“As history teachers, we teach students how to analyze the source, how to contextualize information, how to corroborate information with other sources. So in many ways, this push to TikTok also highlights the importance of teaching these types of skills in the classroom that can transcend just what we learned in class,” he added.

Elgersma echoed those sentiments.

“Likes and follows doesn’t mean a creator truly knows what they’re talking about, so it’s always best to fact-check and consult multiple sources,” she said.

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The new video spelling the word "homework" backward and its meaning is currently trending on TikTok. Let's learn more about it.  

The video of spelling "Homework" backward in Tiktok has become a new trend, and most people are curious about the real meaning of the flipped word.

People on Tiktok are making videos of spelling homework backward making it "krowemoh." Most of the videos in this context say that the word "Krowemoh" in Latin means child abuse. However, some people denied its meaning saying this word does not have any definition.

The new video of people flipping the word homework backward is everywhere in Tiktok. In the video, people are writing "homework" backward which makes it krowemoh, and the reason it's trending is because of its meaning in Latin.

@ryan.overington365 #fyp #foryoupage #foryou #followback #funny ♬ original sound - Ryan Overington

Almost every video posted about this trend says that the word Krowemoh means "child abuse" in Latin word. And relation to the meaning, people assumed homework is an indirect abuse of small kids. For example, in one of the Tiktok videos posted by  @adenbertisch2 , he explained three different disturbing facts about homework and its effect on the mental health of the kids.

@adenbertisch2 GUYS PLZ SHARE #fyp #school #schoolsucks #homework ♬ Lofi - Domknowz

There are more than 13.3k videos made on this homework spelled backward on the Tiktok. Many Titokers made videos of it and are expressing their disappointment in the homework culture that almost every school across the world is still following in the name of productivity. 

What Does Krowemoh Means? 

According to the videos made on Tiktok, the trending word "Krowemoh" actually means "child abuse" in the Latin word. But most researchers denied its meaning. While searching in the Latin dictionary, there were no such words as Krowemoh available it is possible that some people just randomly made the meaning of it.

After the video trended on Tiktok, many people are claiming the word Krowemoh's different meanings. One of the users under the name @mallorymac97 tweeted that Krowemoh means "I'd rather be fed to a pack of hungry lions than do this" on her account. 

"Homework" spelled backwards is "krowemoh" Which in Latin translates to "I'd rather be fed to a pack of hungry lions than do this" — mal (@mallorymac97) February 26, 2013

According to  REUTERS , there were no relevant results for "krowemoh" in Logeion, an open database built at the University of Chicago that aggregates several Latin and Greek dictionaries.

However, people on Tiktok are not denying the fact that the word homework in any sense is child abuse to school kids. Some people are also claiming that homework was actually given to people in the form of punishment, and it adversely makes students more unproductive and lazy.

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What does ChatGPT stand for?

GPT stands for Generative Pre-Trained Transformer. This means that it learns what to say by capturing information from the internet.

It then uses all of this text to "generate" responses to questions or commands that someone might ask.

What will Chat GPT and AI mean for schools and homework?

Some news articles and celebrities have reported that ChatGPT will "end homework", with Elon Musk tweeting "It's a new world. Goodbye homework!"

While ChatGPT can answer questions which may be able to help you out with homework, it might not always give the correct facts.

This is because its main purpose is to create sentences that could have been written by a human - rather than searching the internet for facts. This means it can sometimes get things wrong, which wouldn't be good for homework!

The developers of ChatGPT and other chatbots using AI (which stands for artificial intelligence) are always looking to improve how accurate they are. They also want to make sure the responses don't contain any bias , and instead give fair and balanced responses.

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I was never afraid to train an AI chatbot on my writing, because OpenAI had already broken the seal. CEO Sam Altman announced the “ GPT ” feature at OpenAI’s first developer day in November, prior to the company’s five days of leadership chaos . Before the release of custom GPTs, ChatGPT with web browsing was already able to plunder my writing for answers to questions about everything, from using better prompts to understanding niche creepypastas .

So, what the hell! Why not wrestle around with the chatbot and see if it can mimic me tout à fait? Together, let’s see how far we can trek into the uncanny valley with AI and learn how to make one of these so-called GPTs using OpenAI’s tools .

Like most of OpenAI’s newest drops, only those with a $20-a-month subscription to ChatGPT Plus are allowed to experiment with the GPT builder. (GPT stands for generative pre-trained transformer .)

“We know that people want AI that is smarter, more personal, more customizable, and can do more on your behalf,” Altman said at the developer day. “Eventually, you’ll just ask a computer for what you need, and it’ll do all of these tasks for you.” He described GPTs as a fine-tuned version of ChatGPT that’s crafted with a specific purpose in mind. The customizable chatbot can be fed unique instructions to guide its answers and additional data for further context.

It’s not just beefed up context for the chatbot; GPTs can interact with software in winsome ways. “We’ve evolved our plug-ins to be custom actions for GPTs,” said Altman. Jessica Shay, an OpenAI staff member, demonstrated how one of the tools built by Zapier could spot conflicts in your calendar and send Slack messages to coworkers on your behalf.

As complicated as it may sound, you don’t need an advanced degree in computer science to create one of these—just a loose grasp of the English language and little free time. To get started, log in to OpenAI’s website and visit the main page for ChatGPT . Click on Explore in the top-left corner of your screen. Then, scroll down to see a few examples of GPTs, like a chatbot that explains complicated board games, one that helps you do data analysis, and one that can teach you how to make wicked mocktails.

Play around a little with these examples to see how it differs from the typical ChatGPT experience. Whenever you’re ready to embark on your own creative adventure, return to this page and click Create a GPT . Your screen will split in half: the left side is where you’re building the tool, and the ride side displays an interactive preview of your GPT.

Before toggling over to the Configure tab, make sure to start your build in the Create section where you can prompt the chatbot with some information about your goals for the novel GPT and how it should react. I introduced myself to the AI and shared that I was looking for a chatbot that could mimic my writing—and potentially even replace me. At first, it suggested two names for the GPT that seemed a little dry, Tech Scribe and Wired Wordsmith, but the third option it threw out, Reece’s Replica, felt perfect, even if it made me a little uneasy.

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Next, it generates a profile picture for the chatbot using Dall-E 3 . The first two it whipped up were a futuristic looking quill pen and a holographic laptop. Alright, but not really cool enough. When I asked for something a little better and for the magazine logo to be added, it created a neon keyboard with the classic WIRED magazine block letters floating overhead.

At this point, I switched over to the Configure section, where almost everything is already filled out. The name of the GPT as well as its description, instructions, and conversation starters were crafted in alignment with what I requested. Here’s an unedited draft of what the chatbot wrote as its custom instructions, based on my quick, initial prompts:

Reece's Replica is designed to mimic the writing style of Reece Rogers, a service writer at Wired Magazine. It will produce articles, reports, and other written content that closely align with Reece's tone, style, and thematic preferences, especially in the realm of technology and innovation journalism. The GPT will prioritize clarity, accuracy, and engaging storytelling, just like a seasoned journalist. It will avoid creating content that deviates significantly from Reece's known writing style or journalistic standards. The GPT should request clarification if a topic or style request seems out of scope for Reece's typical writing. Reece's Replica should use a professional and insightful tone, mirroring Reece's approach to tech journalism.

Well, that’s all good and dandy, but the chatbot claims at the same time not to have access to specific information about my writing style. So, here’s where the ability to upload more data comes into play. Under Knowledge , you can choose Upload files . I saved a bunch of my WIRED articles as PDFs to feed into the machine. Be careful not to upload any sensitive or private information to your custom chatbot. It might be possible for users to access this information via prompt injection attacks .

I had to pivot a bit at this point, since the GPT spit out an error message and refused to save the changes when I tried to upload more than 10 documents. Back to the drawing board! Based on this limitation, I decided to create two mega-documents that contain 50 articles I’ve written during my tenure at the magazine and upload them to ChatGPT.

Another important feature in the Configure section is the ability to turn on different capabilities, like web browsing and image generation. At the bottom of the page, click Additional Settings and uncheck the box if you don’t want the conversation data from your GPT to be used for OpenAI’s model improvement.

Whenever you’re ready to publish your GPT, go up into the top-right corner and click Update . The custom chatbot can be for your private use, for use by those with a direct link, or by the general public. Click Confirm to finish the project.

Here’s where I want to say that the chatbot trained on my writing was absolute shit and could never replace my incisive perspective as a journalist, but I’m not sure how true it feels. Sure, the chatbot relied on plenty of lazy writing gimmicks. For example, multiple AI drafts during my tests started the last paragraph with “in conclusion.” Also, Reece’s Replica verged on hagiography when asked to write about Altman’s potential legacy as a leader at OpenAI.

But the more detailed I got with the prompt requests for my replicant, the better it mimicked my tone and perspective as a journalist. The more I think about it and experiment with the custom GPT trained on my writing, the more I believe this innovation could be quite disruptive as it continues to improve.

At the dev day, Altman also spoke about plans to release an Apple-style GPT store late in 2023 where creators could make money by selling customizations for OpenAI’s chatbot. After the firing and rehiring of Altman, the company pushed back the release of this marketplace. “While we had expected to release it this month, a few unexpected things have been keeping us busy!” said the company’s emailed announcement to those who built GPTs. OpenAI now plans to release it sometime in 2024.

Although the custom chatbot sure sounds like me at times, my sources can know for certain that it’s the real me performing research, conducting interviews, and curating quotes—at least for now. If you’re a ChatGPT Plus subscriber, follow this link to try Reece’s Replica for yourself .

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One of the most challenging aspects of being a marketer is developing content for spaces that are not quite monetized.

This also means that those spaces probably have low competition, and growth and success will be exponential at very critical moments. We haven't had a new social media platform burst into the mainstream in North America in years. And now, we welcome TikTok.

TikTok is a user-generated video platform geared toward teenagers. Most of the content is wholesome and hilarious videos set to prerecorded audio backgrounds. They typically involve dances set to specific tracks, acting over voice dubbed film scenes or mind-bending challenges that look like they can't be real but are. A perfect example of the latter is the chair challenge or the couple's balance challenge . Very different from Instagram, these videos are anything but polished—for the most part, they feel completely unscripted.

It's the outrageously weird stuff that kids come up with when they're in high school and then are quick to bury in shame as soon as they're a couple of years older. Except now, it lives on forever in TikTok. Some of the content is awkwardly too sexy for the user base. A small portion is cringeworthy.

This space was not originally made for brands. But neither was Instagram. As marketing develops with Gen Z, we're seeing that this generation prefers to disclose less, heavily curate more and be very particular about crafting their social personas. This means they will be infinitely harder to market to.

If TikTok withstands the test of time, this app could be the future for marketing to those born after millennials, which will, of course, become those with disposable income soon. With all the major advertising streams being replaced in one way or another by the internet, your digital marketing strategy has to change too. So what do you do?

First, download TikTok, and spend a few hours just watching everything, which won't be very difficult to do at all. The strangest things go viral, and it's difficult to assert the culture of this app without being fully immersed in it. Next, start saving specific tracks to your "favorites" so you can use them again later when you get a creative moment.

The most challenging part is opening your mind to your most creative, childish self. Traditional marketing won't work here (and it'll kind of ruin it). Try something risky and off-brand. A really odd example of this is Howie Mandel . The content he creates for TikTok is hilarious, but also not what most would expect from the former game show host. Yet here he is, having a new moment on TikTok. Some of the easier video presets have been picked up by politicians—it's not difficult to do once you understand how it works.

Next, post frequently. This space is not saturated yet, so the more quality shots you take, the better your chances are that something will "stick." The platform is new enough that I genuinely am not sure how some content becomes viral over others. Keep the normal marketing tricks in mind (people respond better to faces; human minds remember something after seeing is seven times; brighter is better), but otherwise, if you find out, let me know.

This is a very large undertaking, so don't jump into it half-heartedly. Plan out what you're going to do (as much as you can), and try to be relevant, funny and interesting. This is not a space to sell things. This is a space to sell your brand, whether personal or not. And just as good old-fashioned billboards or organic social media campaigns can often lead to an eventual increase in brand awareness and then conversions, having a solid TikTok plan could as well.

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TikTok is a massively popular app that lets users create and share videos up to 60 seconds long. Lip-synced music videos are especially popular on it. The app has given rise to a number of young social media influencers.

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TikTok is a social app that allows users to make short videos. Users can add filters, text, sounds, and music, and it is especially popular to make creative, lip-synched music videos. Users scroll through a newsfeed, react to content, and navigate with hashtags.

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The app was launched in 2016 in China, where it’s called Douyin . It went international in 2017 as  TikTok ; the name, apparently, is a play on tick-tock , onomatopoeia for clocks and a term for countdowns and minute-by-minute action. In 2017–18, TikTok bought and merged with competitor, musical.ly. 

In 2018–19, TikTok  came into prominence with a video trend where people transform into cowboys and cowgirls while lip-synching and dancing to Lil NaS X’s “Old Town Road.” The trend, sometimes called the # YeehawChallenge or Yee-Yee Juice Challenge,  helped make the country-rap track “Old Town Road” a smash hit .

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In 2020, TikTok notably trended in the news for several reasons. The app has come under fire from President Donald Trump, has been a source of privacy and security concerns due to it being owned by a Chinese tech company, and it has been the target of an acquisition by Microsoft.

All three of these issues have become interconnected: On Friday, July 1, 2020, Trump said that he had the authority to ban TikTok from the United States based on concerns that the data the app collects would fall into the hands of the Chinese government. Trump shortly thereafter slowed down his threatened ban by giving Microsoft a short deadline to finalize an acquisition of TikTok. It’s reported that Microsoft has had a keen interest in purchasing the app from Chinese tech company ByteDance due to its hugely increasing popularity and the vast amount of user data that the app collects (which Microsoft would gain legal access to). 

As for TikTok users themselves, the overwhelming response seems to be animus towards Donald Trump, who was already unpopular with the app’s majority younger users even before the President targeted the app. It remains to be seen if TikTok users will seek a new platform—or if they will feel the need to if the app is “safe” thanks to a possible purchase by Microsoft. Regardless, multiple apps such as Triller or the Indian app Chingari have tried to seize the situation by marketing themselves as TikTok alternatives.

Trump says TikTok will close in the United States on Sept 15 unless Microsoft buys it. He says he’s fine with Microsoft buying it. pic.twitter.com/rwfZjVP27R — Jeff Mason (@jeffmason1) August 3, 2020

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Who uses TikTok?

The term TikTok , of course, is commonly used in popular discussions (or explanations) of the app as well as among its users. The app is noted for its explosive growth and popularity, especially among younger people. It has been downloaded over 1.5 billion times and boasts over 800 million users.

70s, 80s, 90s, 00s, now! We’ll wait through your phases but we wanna see yours too. Join our challenge on TikTok and show us your fave dance era! Tag us using the hashtag #PHASESCHALLENGE pic.twitter.com/Nd5C2Tt7QN — PRETTYMUCH (@PRETTYMUCH) May 3, 2019

TikTok has created a platform for comedians and influencers, many of whom seek to monetize their content there. As with much of new technology, especially tech that is popular with younger people, TikTok has its curmudgeons and critics—and plenty of cringeworthy moments too.

Someone who regularly creates videos on TikTok is referred to either as as a TikToker or TikTokker , though the spelling remains in flux. A video created on the app TikTok can be called a TikTok .

I’ve been writing TikTokker because that’s the way I say it in my head, but now people on here have gaslit me into spelling it TikToker. I think that’s probably more grammatically correct, but I still feel like TikTokker FEELS right. Waiting for our standards team to weigh in 😂 — Taylor Lorenz (@TaylorLorenz) February 12, 2020

This is not meant to be a formal definition of TikTok like most terms we define on Dictionary.com, but is rather an informal word summary that hopefully touches upon the key aspects of the meaning and usage of TikTok that will help our users expand their word mastery.

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The new Valentine's Day tumblers are a limited-edition release with Target , and they've quickly garnered a cult following. Over the last few days, videos have surfaced online showing customers swarm displays of the bubblegum pink and cherry red Stanleys.

One TikTok shows a crowd of customers running full speed towards a tower of Valentine's Day Stanleys. Amid the frenzy, a woman wearing a cream sweatshirt can be seen taking a tumble as other fans race past her.

Another video shows nearly two dozen shoppers grabbing at the cups from a display at Target. Hilariously, one man can be seen in the background cradling what appears to be four or more tumblers despite a sign that reads "2 Per Guest."

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If you're surprised by the Stanley pandemonium, you're not alone. A number of people in the comments of the TikTok expressed their confusion.

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