Photo @avani on TikTok

After weeks of social distancing, I found I needed another type of social app to fill in the 6ft space between myself and any other human. Turns out that app is TikTok.

Like many college students, I judged any of my friends who had TikTok for the better half of this semester. Two weeks into quarantine, I can name every member of The HypeHouse.

Turns out making videos of myself pretending to dance is a great way to procrastinate all the real work I actually still have to do but choose not to. In fact, I spend so much time on the app I’ve started to communicate with my family through TikTok sounds.

Having spent all this time focusing on my TikTok career, I’ve also noticed a certain aesthetic common among TikTok…

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