The CDC Recommends You Watch These TikToks To Distract Yourself From This Never-Ending Quarantine
Until there’s a widespread COVID vaccine available (or if we all get our sh*t together and wear our masks properly for a few weeks) we are living in perpetual captivity – weeeeeee!
To distract you from the invisible prison we’re all trapped in for the foreseeable future, I wanted to show you a few viral comedians I came across this week on TikTok: Katie Florence, B Mo the Prince, and Molly May Rockwell.
Katie Florence • 1.5M followers (@katieflorence)
Human beings are beautiful, but GOD we are hilariously flawed. Being able to create relatable content about the inner-workings of the human brain is not an easy, but Katie Florence has found a light-hearted and funny way to showcase how contradictory our inner thoughts and subsequent actions are. Her videos are not only comedically genius, but encourages people to be more honest about their flawed (yet funny) thoughts. The more we can truthfully talk about what’s going on in our heads, the better we function in every part of our life. Katie Florence is a national treasure and must be protected at all costs, and… why is she only on TikTok? Why isn’t she on TV!? HELLO – CAN SOMEONE FIX THIS!?
The five stages of realizing you’ve been ghosted
When you go back to their place after a date, see their place, and realize they’re trash
When your bag gets randomly inspected at the airport
B Mo the Prince • 610k followers (@bmotheprince)
Every generation has its strengths and weaknesses. Gen Z is woke, but remember when they started eating tide pods? Wild. Millennials are super hard working, but suck as committing to anything. Boomers built a lot of great things, but God WHY WON’T YOU RE-CONSIDER YOUR
RACIST AND SEXIEST OLD FASHIONED WAYS!? Anyway, B Mo the Prince (Brain Moller) videos puts each generation in a room and lets them straight up ROAST each other. Obviously, the videos are hilarious, but more importantly he highlights the differences and stereotypes associated with each generation, which not only generates great comedy, but low-key unites the generations so we can point out our generational flaws, laugh at it, fix it, and build a better tomorrow. He’s making the world a better place – one video at a time.
Millennials vs. Gen Z: The Great American Drink-Off
2020 Christmas vs. 2020 Thanksgiving
Millennials vs. Gen Z: Dances
Molly May Rockwell • 74k followers (@mollymayrockwell)
Modern technology is amazing, but even with all of that innovation, our devices are stupid and their flaws causes minor inconveniences and not-so-minor embarrassments in our everyday lives. Molly May Rockwell – knows as “the GPS girl” on TikTok for her videos making fun of how hilariously unintuitive GPS apps are – makes videos showing us what it would be like if our devices could talk to us, and it is so funny. I could watch her all day. Could someone give her a show so I could watch her all day? Snapchat, Netflix – seriously, anyone that can make this happen – MAKE THIS HAPPEN!!
When your GPS is endlessly recalculating
When your computer “can’t find the printer” even though it’s RIGHT THERE
When your phone self-programs events into your calendar
Like my TikTok recommendations? Cool. Got better ones? Awesome! If there’s a TikTok account you think FOD should feature, send it my way: email@example.com
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Published at Fri, 13 Nov 2020 21:56:12 +0000