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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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The Generational Meme Redux Of 'My Parents In Their 30s'

In case the internet's long term anti-boomer crusade hasn't made it clear enough, younger generations haven't had it so great for a while. Between rising living costs, stagnant wages and a society hellbent on making things harder for the little guy, it can be easy to look at coming of age a few decades earlier with rose-tinted glasses.

This is an attitude that has been expressed repeatedly in memes, most notably last year when the 'My Parents At Age 29' format humorously compared the life paths of millennials and their parents with a Wojak comic. In fact, it was so popular that it has recently experienced a remix in the form of the 'My Parents In Their 30s' meme.

While the two reflect on similar themes, there are some key changes. Where the older meme focused more on the varying maturity levels between generations, the revamp underlines the large material differences. This time around, 'My Parents In My 30s' is there to remind you that no, you are not getting on the property ladder any time soon. The original setup may not be that believable (how many people have parents that own a second home?), but the anxiety behind it still stands. Nothing says relatability like going into debt with your grocery shop.

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20+ Gen Z Moments That Are Either Next-Level Cringe or Masterful Satire

The chaotic world of TikTok can feel overwhelmingly insular to anyone who doesn't live on the app, and outsiders tend to assume that few over the age of 25 use it. But despite the fact that TikTok is heavily associated with Gen Z, the young cohort only makes up about 20% of the social network's user demographics. So why has Gen Z seemingly conquered TikTok? Maybe it's the sheer volume of content they're somehow able to churn out. Or maybe it's their idiosyncratic and ever-changing coded language they rapidly adapt to as it morphs in realtime with the latest trends and viral phrases. Whatever they're doing on the internet, it's either impossibly cringe or some brilliantly nuanced satire. We've collected some perplexing screenshots from Twitter account @genzmoments—take a gander and decide for yourself.

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39 Funny Tweets For People With Low Attention Spans

These days it feels like everyone has ADHD. It's almost impossible to enjoy a television show or movie without instinctively scrolling through your phone for no reason. It's no wonder that stuff like memes and tweets are appealing to internet lovers - if they haven't actually created these rampant low attention spans. The only problem with Twitter is that it's a cesspool of bad takes from bad people. It's hard to weed through the garbage to enjoy astute observations and clever comedy. To help you avoid that arduous process, we've put together a nice batch of mostly-fresh tweets and wrapped 'em up in this convenient gallery. Enjoy the good stuff without the bad. 

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15 Edgy Billie Eilish Memes That'll Bring Out The 'Bad Guy' In You

Seventeen-year-old Billie Eilish, arguably the voice of Generation Z, has positively exploded onto the pop music scene over the last year with hits like Bad Guy and Bury a Friend. Her fanbase has proved itself to be somewhat on the edgy side, and by "edgy" we mean along the lines of "I'm 14 and this is deep."

We just want to clarify that we have nothing against Billie Eilish or her music at all - we're mainly here to poke some fun at her overly dramatic fans and her amusingly baggy wardrobe.

Fun fact: her middle name is Pirate.

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Millennials Mock The Elderly And Out-Of-Touch With 'OK Boomer' Memes

Millennials and Baby Boomers have been engaging in humorous back-and-forth banter for quite some time now, but we're beginning to think that these "OK Boomer" memes mark the start of a full-on war between the generations. We're not saying that we think bullying is okay, however, there's only so much climate-change denial and sh*t-talking about avocado toast that a person is willing to take. 

And perhaps the Millennials have reached their limit.

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