This Viral Video Of A Bear On A Motorcycle Is Peak TikTok
I’m officially elderly. I have literally no idea what TikTok is and I had to find this video on Twitter, but this hilarious video of some dude in a bear suit riding a motorcycle has killed me dead. I’m writing this from beyond the grave.
(i can’t believe i actually downloaded this app) but guys i found the holy grail of tiktoks and i’m crying pic.twitter.com/WFlBPQlB5w
— sage ☀️ (@sagieeeee_) January 14, 2019
What is it about this bear that is somehow all of us at once? Is it the sassy walk? The clear contempt for stairs? The act of fully lying on its stomach on a moving motorcycle in the middle of nowhere? Tag yourself, I’m the fourth-wall breaking ‘sassy look.’
Look at this face:
This is the face of a legend living. If we could all have as much BDE as this weird furry, the world would be a better place. Hillary Clinton would be president, Rhe Patriots would never be in the Super Bowl, and Tibet would finally be free.
TikTok, which has apparently been in China since 2016 and was released in the US a year later after they bought musical.ly and rebranded, is basically the new Vine. It was the most downloaded app in America in October 2018, and has spawned tons of viral videos without plebs like me even noticing, like the Adele gummy bear challenge, which like — WHAT?!
TikTok is like Vine’s weird younger cousin who finally found friends. Or, alternatively, it’s the popular girls in high school that needed to prove they had a personality by being ~so random~ all the time and did sh*t like wear Crocs to class or bring Dora the Explorer masks to parties. Really, they do the same things, it’s just the popular girl does it while looking cute and your weird cousin sorely needs a good skin care regimen and a tan. Luckily, TikTok is bringing the two together like the World Peace-creator it is.
Like, can someone tell me why I CRIED laughing while watching this video:
“making brownies” pic.twitter.com/ZcMTec9CG3
— sage ☀️ (@sagieeeee_) January 15, 2019
Literally, what IS this:
If anyone under the age of 20 can explain this all to me (because this is CLEARLY some Gen-Z shizzzz), I would be so grateful because TikTok has consumed my life with literal nonsense, and I’m afraid there’s no going back.