Open Post: Hosted By The New TikTok Trend Where People Drink A Grimace Shake From McDonald’s And Pretend To Pass Out
For the past 83 years, McDonald‘s has been providing late-night drunken meals and early-morning bubblegut sandwiches for people who love questionable food. They also tend to introduce questionable drinks as well, including their purple passion project milkshake named after Barney’s long-lost dopey cousin Grimace, one of their OG mascots from back in the day. In celebration of his 52nd birthday, The Grimace Shake is the latest offering in McDonald’s arsenal of sweet treats, and it’s catching on with their consumers. But not because it’s the best thing that’s ever come out of the franchise (which is the equally questionable mystery meat sandwich known as the McRib). Mainly because the youth have found a way to spend their money on the shake just to waste it in a challenge where it appears they’ve died after drinking it.
A Belgian TikToker Faked His Own Death To Teach His Family And Friends About The Importance Of Keeping In Touch
It sucks when you feel ignored by your friends and family. Why won’t they respond to your texts? Check in with you during tough times? Invite you to their parties? For 45-year-old Belgian TikToker David Baerten, enough was enough. How daaare his so-called “loved ones” avoid him?! It was time to teach everyone a lesson via an elaborate prank where he fakes his death (with the help of his wife and kids) and then helicopters into his own funeral. “Surprise, I’m alive!” Errr, “Surpendre! Je suis en vie!”
Addison Rae and other TikTok stars have been BANNED in Montana. Sort of. The governor of the state, Republican Greg Gianforte, has banned TikTok for all residents effective 2024. Welp, time for the TikTok influencers of Montana (do those exist?!) to turn in their six-figure gigs for 9-to-5 minimum wage retail jobs–the day they’ve always feared is here!
It’s time for the Coco Austin Quarterly Questionable Parenting Pile-On! Here we have a familiar Coco flub; because she’s catching backlash again for a video of her and her 7-year-old daughter Chanel dancing. In this video, it looks like Chanel graduated from her previously eyebrow-raising Tina Belcher Twerk to attempting to hit some TikTok moves and swat her mom’s bounteous, naturally elegant buns. Page Six says that after Coco, 44, posted the video, many in the comment sections deemed it “inappropriate.” In Chanel’s defense, Coco’s ass is so thicc and all-encompassing, it’s not easy to even swat the general air and not also be smacking Coco’s ass.
Clothing Brand Magnolia Pearl Has Gone Viral On TikTok As Their Clothes Are Being Referred To As “Poverty Core”
Long gone are the days when paying $600 for a single item of clothing means you won’t look like someone who sleeps in abandoned rail cars and flosses their teeth with hay. Case in point; Magnolia Pearl. No, she isn’t an old Southern Belle obsessed with the antebellum era, nor is she even a person. Magnolia Pearl is a line of hipster chic clothing affectionately referred to as “poverty core.” And do you know who coins terms like that? People who have never been poor a day in their life. Yet ironically, over on TikTok the shade is rich and plentiful as some aren’t understanding what the big fuss is about.
Sofia Coppola And Thomas Mars’ 16-Year-Old Daughter Went Viral For Her TikTok About Being Grounded After Trying To Charter A Helicopter
The last time filmmaker Sofia Coppola caught some attention for one of her projects, it was mostly because she’d been enraging NYC citizens by messing with their parking, so it must sting just a little that her 16-year-old daughter with Phoenix frontman, Thomas Mars, has taken the internet by storm by making and deleting some forbidden TikToks about her life as the baby of a nepo baby. Whether Romy Croquet Mars’ TikTok that served sly family shade weaved into her captivating 49-second tale of being grounded for trying to charter a helicopter with her dad’s credit card was just painfully out of touch or clever sardonic wit hasn’t been addressed, but either way, the people want more.