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Let’s face it, the world of TikTok is a weird and wonderful place. Though we’ve probably cringed at the thought of joining the app at one point, we can’t deny that it’s become a real source of entertainment, and even information, amid the pandemic.
If you’re still not part of the growing scene, we rounded up some of the best TikTok finds this week so you don’t have to - and no, it’s not just dancing.
“Use the vintage filter and see what happens”
The trending filter sees people seemingly go back in time to transform into their younger selves. You’d have to look again though, as it’s actually just their kids seamlessly replicating the look!
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Ever had a medical question that you have been too shy to ask for fear of judgment?
A registered pharmacist named Arshie Larga uses his platform to layout well-researched videos on health concerns in the country in the span of 60 seconds.
Though he only briefly tackles each topic, it doesn’t hurt to be informed in any way we can.
Have you ever seen something delicious online and wanted to, well, take a bite? This hashtag takes users on a quick mukbang of delicious Filipino food and then some.
Martin Scorsese makes his TikTok debut
Over on international waters, Martin Scorsese has officially entered the TikTok scene. You read that right.
The acclaimed director made a cameo through his daughter’s TikTok account, where he was candidly quizzed on feminine hygiene products. The poor guy didn’t see it coming.
Adam Sandler getting turned away goes viral
Proving that he’s as humble as the roles he plays, a video of Adam Sandler simply walking out from a restaurant after he and his family were denied a seat had gone viral on the app.
The waitress who posted the TikTok didn’t realize that she had declined a Hollywood actor until much later.
What other TikTok trends do you know?