In 2023, TikTok trends have greatly increased the fun and happiness in our life. Many food-related, movie-related, ideological, and other trends had their debuts in this year. The most intriguing TikTok trends that had viewers saying “wow” are listed below.
What’s your Roman Empire? Don’t worry if you’ve been perplexed by this question once or twice recently—it’s all part of a pattern. On TikTok, women uploaded videos of themselves inquiring about the men in their lives’ frequency of historical reflection. The trend, which has been seen over 2.4 billion times, spurred discussion over the Roman Empire counterpart for women.
Named “Girl Dinner,” Hannah Rose unintentionally kicked off this trend when she lauded one of her favorite cheese and bread meals. As it turned out, the concept of assembling small bite-sized morsels from various parts of the kitchen to create a meal was a nightly #GirlDinner. Just under 3 billion people have viewed the hashtag on the app, and Popeyes has added it to its menu.
On TikTok, the trend that was inspired by the film “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” has received over 3.8 million views. The film’s emphasis on “canon events” encouraged users of TikTok to discover their own. An inevitable, unalterable event is referred to as a “canon event.” It’s a funny and melancholic admission of the effect strange times have had on your life and your helplessness to prevent others from going through similar experiences.
Yearbook and Aged Filters
TikTok fans were excited by both the past and the future as they experimented with the Aged and Yearbook photobooth filters. The yearbook filter, which has received 2.6 billion views, allows users to see how they would have seemed in the 1990s and gives them a similar makeover. A yearbook photograph like the headshot of a high school yearbook is created on people’s faces when they choose the filter and take pictures. Similar to this, users may see an incredibly accurate representation of their future selves, complete with wrinkles and gray hair, thanks to the aged filter, which has received 816 million views.
Users shared films of themselves as they pictured themselves in Wes Anderson’s film as part of a trend. This trend began when fans of movies on TikTok started to like the song “Obituary,” which was used in Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch.” Users submitted a range of videos, experimenting with color grading, composition, and long, static images that were frequently symmetrical—a look that is associated with Anderson. In the vein of Anderson films, popular videos portrayed everyday situations, from the unremarkable daily routine like brewing coffee to private occasions like a couple’s first child’s birth.