Why is the Twee back in fashion?

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Young people are everywhere this week, recreate meals on doomed liners, eat Oreos with mustard, and have fun with each other. Here’s all you need to know.

Trend of the week: the return of the twee

I don’t want to alarm anyone, but the TikTok kids discovered twoe. The unfortunate fashion and culture trend was popular with hipsters around 2008, and featured shyly adorable music from Belle and Sebastian, movies like Juno and 500 summer days, and women’s fashion like ballet flats and denim jackets, think of Zooey Deschanel in its heyday. (I don’t know what those gentlemen were wearing, but maybe those waxed mustaches and those popular chunky glasses for a minute?) #twee hashtag for more twee than you could ever want, and a preview of how the new generation is changing their signature styles.

Subreddit of the week: r / Nice guys

Reddit’s table of “good guys” is not made up of fans of the 2016 Ryan Gosling vehicle The good ones. This is a subreddit dedicated to guys who “take the fact of being weak and pathetic to be” nice “”.

The endless stream of ‘funny, cringey images “features all kinds of” nice “content, like this important thoughts”literal fedora with arms,”As well as reports from famous cool guys Like former electronic musician Moby. Ignorant guys who mix kindness and weakness might deserve pity, but the obviously sexist morons who still consider themmyself pleasant not. And there are a ton of these guys.

The subreddit has nearly a million and a half members, and rather than just a place to intimidate weirdos, it seems to act as a lesson in how not to be for the predominantly young and predominantly young user base. male from Reddit. Enjoy the weapon-grade grimace.

Viral Video of the Week: Recreating the lm asteal servé on the titanic

There is way too much professional and nifty content on YouTube, so I always celebrate anything that looks home-made. viral. This week charming and lo-fi YouTuber Brittany Broski reconstruct the last meal served on the Titanic.

Broski is super funny, but I wish she was a better cook. The meal of mashed pea mash and salmon looks really filthy in this cream-and-butter-A lot of rich people liked it, but it’s not really a fair shake unless it’s made by someone with real cooking skills. I suggest the lifeAcker claire lower For the job. Anyway, look Recreate the last meal served on the Titanic.

TikTok teens diagnosed with rare mental disorders

If a preteen or teen you care about has started telling you they have borderline personality disorder, they may be the victim of the latest unfortunate trend in TikTok’s verse. Children diagnose themselves and others with rare psychological problems, from BPD and bipolar disorder to dissociative identity disorder.

Although they basically do the same thing you do with WebMD – look for a symptom they are experiencing and imagine they have the most serious disease it is associated with –Content spontaneously generated by TikTok makes matters worse. Shady “therapists” post videos encouraging self-diagnosis, peers reinforce behavior, and everything is exacerbated by a TikTok algorithm that is showing more and more videos about mental illness to panicked children who think they have it. It’s like a nightmare horror feedback loop and it gave me derealization disorder.

Disgusting food trend of the week: yellow mustard on Oreos

TikTok isn’t just for regrettable self-diagnoses, however—there is also disgusting food. Kids put yellow mustard on Oreo cookies, eat it, and post videos to delight and disgust others. As you can imagine, the videos include a message ask viewers to forward it to a friend so they can try it out too. The trend has gone as far as singer Lizzo, who seemed to enjoy the barfy snack.

Because I am a brave and selfless man, I have spared you all efforts and tried the mustard Oreos myself. I also gave it to my son who loves Oreo. ” It’s disgusting. The people on TikTok are really stupid, ”he reported. I agree on both points.

“Hype House” is streaming on Netflix

Do you want to go deep into TikTok’s Hype House, the mansion in Moorpark, California populated exclusively by influencers like Vinnie Hacker, Lil Huddy, and Larray Merritt? If you said “Please my God, no! I have bad news for you: The Hype House, a a reality show that promises “a glimpse of social media’s most talked about stars as they navigate love, fame, and friendship while creating content and living together,“is streaming now on Netflix.

“Imagine a fellowship filled with people who have millions of followers and dollars at their fingertips, with high school drama and, like, a ring light.” the Threshing house star Nikita Dragun suggested on the show. I don’t think I will imagine that. I think I imagine the sun running out of fuel and transforming into a red dwarf star that expands to annihilate the earth instead.

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