Internet Trends And Creators Of 2022

One of my long-time favorite creators on TikTok is Nick Rosenthal, aka @clownfacebinch, who can’t seem to catch a break with the men he’s meeting in New City- York. Regardless of the fact that he went down on someone and had a mouthful of their genitalia while they watched Emily in Parisor being tied up like a rotisserie chicken, I really enjoyed Rosenthal’s jokes and I hope he finds true love in the new year.

That’s one week on Twitter

First, a man went viral on Reddit for a particular song he sang while having sex, which spread on Twitter and TikTok with people sharing the zany story behind it. Don’t worry dear It premiered at the Venice Film Festival, and everyone followed the drama between the cast and debated every move on Twitter. Then Lea Michele started her main role on Broadway’s Funny girl revived after months of bubbling tension. On Thursday, Queen Elizabeth II died, prompting a huge global reaction from people who lived in or descended from countries that were oppressed by the British Empire. By Friday, people were talking about the conspiracy theory that BTS’s Jungkook was the reincarnation of Princess Diana. We don’t get many weeks when current events are perfect for social media discourse, but in September of this year, we had seven Good Twitter days.

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The Yasification of Andrew Tate

Andrew Tate, a kickboxer turned men’s rights activist, became the center of an extremely misogynistic conversation on the internet this year. But seeing the changes made to him with booty shorts, acrylic nails, and fake lashes gave me an incredible amount of joy. It was the perfect online response to a creator who called women “property”.

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TikToks Asia Shop

From iced cups and bagged drinks to a variety of ramen you can make in store, TikTokers like @tokyogirl__ and @annainseoul were some of my favorite creators to see this year. The subject is the perfect slice of life that makes you want to go somewhere else and try something new; Alisa, known as @tokyogirl__, shows you around the city and the wider Tokyo metropolitan area, while Anna (@annainseoul) lives in Seoul. These videos are not created through a white or Western lens, either, which is what I appreciate about these influencers, keeping their videos extremely transparent in terms of cost and quality.

Meghan & Harry discourse

He is the documentary is not issued It was one of my favorite moments of the year, but the social media discourse surrounding it. The commentary was a great time to revisit the moments I felt were left out of the documentary – like this clip of King Charles breakdancing, or the clip from that meme of Harry running for ice cream, or again King Charles DJ’ing and saying “dig that crazy beat” — and discuss how many famous royal stories matters to us more.

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Strange cakes

Continuous, puffy, shaped like something else – futuristic, creepy-cute Instagram cakes are almost all at the top of my Explore page. Will I ever eat one? Probably not! But there is something so wonderful about opening up to social media and seeing a bunch of silly and strange cakes with flowers, swirls, and avant-garde decorations adorning a mound of sugar. It feels like an instant shot of serotonin to the brain.


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