POV: There’s 5 new TikTok trends you need to hop on right now

POV: There’s 5 new TikTok trends you need to hop on right now


Trend Zip
July 01, 2023 

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This Is What I Do..

This sound clip is from Ina Garten, Food Network program host, in an interview with 60 Minutes. Users are lip synching to this trend to show off the way they do things, even if everyone doesn’t agree — because they can do whatever they want to do! This TikTok trend is about taking control of your own life and doing what you want.

🎵 Sound: original sound – Bitchy Waiter

Sound description: Well, this is what I do. You can do whatever the f*** you want to do.


Me when I’m training someone.

♬ original sound – Bitchy Waiter


Do what you want but this sounds better 😉 #reusablewaterballoon #ecofriendly #summer #summerfinds #foryou #musthave

♬ original sound – Bitchy Waiter


bringing back voiceovers all 2023

♬ original sound – Bitchy Waiter

How They’re Using This TikTok Trend:

  • Me training a new hire
  • When someone says lifting heavy will make you look “manly”
  • No phones for the first 30 mins of my day and the last hour of my day
  • me on every makeup tut I post
  • When someone questions my wake up, bake up, makeup routine
  • “What if I don’t have a single ingredient from the recipe?”
  • Me orienting the new travel nurse to the unit who’s probably been nursing longer than I’ve been alive
  • when someone judges me for turning on ms. rachel when I need a few minutes to myself as a mom
  • Giving my bff toxic dating advice. The blind leading the blind
  • Me using the Rare Beauty liquid luminizer in Reflect for literally everything
  • When someone asks me to drive and then immediately starts backseat driving

Whateva, Whateva

TikTok is throwing it back to 2002 with this trend. WHATEVA! WHATEVA! Lady’s and Gentleman — Eric Cartmann!! This one is for those people who are unapologetically problematic, the ones that could use a little roasting – whether that’s your kid, your partner, or yourself.. no one is off limits for this trend.

Eric Cartman South Park TikTok Trend

🎵 Sound: original sound – Roo

Sound description: Well, let’s bring him out. Here’s Eric Cartman – WHATEVA! WHATEVA!


Technically im 23 and 11 months. No rent = more vacations

♬ original sound – Roo



StudentDebt…? We don’t know her 😉😎 #eggdonor #eggdonation #lol san diego fertility clinic college graduate #funny #ucsd #sdsu #harvard #stanford #ivyleague #slay

♬ original sound – Roo

How They’re Using This TikTok Trend:

  • Here’s the 3 year old that begged for a big boy bed but still sleeps with his momma every night😂
  • That one friend your boyfriend hates you going out with
  • when you finally say something in the gc and everyone stops being active
  • here’s the 21 yr old who still has to ask permission to leave the house
  • Here’s The 3 Years Old That Will Give You Attitude If You Say No🙄
  • Here comes the 4 year old grandpa that wears a collared shirt and boots every single day no matter the occasion
  • Here’s the girl who still needs a night light to sleep cause she’s scared of the dark
  • Mexican radio stations destroying 8 marriages at 6:37am on the way to school😭😭
  • When you’re the only friend in the friend group that doesn’t speak Spanish
  • Here’s the girl that carries around the penjamin like it’s a vape
  • here’s the girl who has to watch something on their phone while eating
  • Here’s the 21 year old who is still a picky eater and will choose chicken fingers and fries at restaurants:
  • Here comes our 5 year old who is as tall as a 9 year old
  • me when I revealed my new hair and everyone ended up hating it
  • the 3 year old who thinks she’s 16 bc the 10-25 year age gap between her and the rest of her siblings
  • here’s the person that thinks everytime you drink you have to get blackout drunk for it to be successful night:
  • here’s the mom who wants another baby already
    2 weeks postpartum
  • Here’s a 30 year old scared to get pregnant because she doesn’t wanna be a teen mom

Touch My Body: Dance Challenge

Let’s take it back to the basics of TikTok with a good ole fashioned Mariah Carey dance trend challenge!

🎵 Sound: original sound – Roo

Sound description: Touch My Body – Song by Mariah Carey


We tried…😂😂😂 #dancechallenge #fypシ #news #journalist #broadcast #offtheair #touchmybodychallenged

♬ Touch My Body – Mariah Carey


Why is this so difficult? DC: @JM21 #loveandpositivity #sharinghappiness #spreadingjoy #husbandandwifedance #perfectlove #kindnessfirst #asmileaday #twojays2

♬ Touch My Body – Mariah Carey


This what I been so busy doing here lately… I still love yall 🩵🧑🏾‍🎨🎨🤗⚡️ #juicecupbox

♬ Touch My Body – Mariah Carey


What is the ‘Touch My Body: Dance Challenge’ Trend on TikTok?

The Mariah Carey dance trend challenge on TikTok is a nostalgic nod to the iconic singer’s hit song “Touch My Body.” Leveraging the catchy tune, users are choreographing dance routines, transporting viewers back to the time when the song was a chart-topper. Just as Mariah Carey’s music embodies a blend of elegance, sensuality, and playfulness, the dance challenge reflects these themes, with TikTokers putting their unique spin on movements and interpretations. Whether it’s through synchronized group dances, solo performances, or playful interactions with the lyrics, participants are reviving the classic while making it fit seamlessly into TikTok’s dynamic dance culture. The trend serves as a reminder of Mariah Carey’s timeless appeal and the cyclical nature of pop culture, where old hits often find new life in contemporary contexts.

I Thought I Was Ready

Use this trending TikTok sound clip from Dance Moms Abby Lee Miller ‘I thought I was ready to be back. I thought I was stronger than this, but obviously I’m not. I want to go home’ to describe something that makes you feel overwhelmed and exhausted, even if it’s just everyday life or a normal shift at work. People are using this TikTok trend to talk about all of the times they wish they could just go home. The captions from different videos in this trend show people in different situations, such as feeling the heat of the Texas summer, going back to work after a break, or returning to a situation that previously caused them distress.

🎵 Sound: original sound – Memes You Didn’t Want

Sound description: I thought I was ready to be back. I thought I was stronger than this, but obviously I’m not. I want to go home.


I’m ready to go home now #workhumor #workmemes #officememes #funnymemes #relatablememes #fyp

♬ original sound – Memes You Didn’t Want


It’s fine because I’m ✨ on holiday ✨ #Monzo #MoneyTok #HolidaySpending #Summer #HolidayTikTok #Spending #SummerSpending #DutyFree

♬ original sound – Memes You Didn’t Want


Now we got beloved TikTok creators dying without any life insurance in place. Protect yall family tomorrow is just a hope. #insurance #legacy #generationalwealth #beard #family

♬ original sound – Memes You Didn’t Want

How They’re Using This TikTok Trend:

  • me when I have to go back to work
  • All the orders for this Cheesecake, I Have anxiety I’ve never experienced anything like this😭😭
  • Me after two days off:
  • POV: It’s your Monday and your 5mins into your shift
  • when my body starts acting up because I overdid it again after only resting for one day
  • Me returning to the same guy who broke me thinking it would be different this time

This is Some Real Embarrassing Shit

This TikTok trend, like the many that have come before it, is all about embarrassing moments, often in the form of funny stories or self-deprecating jokes. The sound clip for this trend is from the Kardashians ‘This is some real embarrassing shit, and I need to deal with it. And I will deal with it’. It’s all about taking a step back and laughing at the situations we find ourselves in, and how we can learn from them.

🎵 Sound: original sound – Kardash Kingdom

Sound description: This is some real embarrassing shit, and I need to deal with it. And I will deal with it.


And by “deal with it”, i mean deal with @Santina

♬ original sound – Kardash Kingdom


This does not feel how it looks lol #embarrassingshit

♬ original sound – Kardash Kingdom


his loss 🥱

♬ original sound – Kardash Kingdom

How They’re Using This TikTok Trend:

  • Seeing ur dad when ur wearing a full face of makeup
  • When I thought I was doing something really cool and told my husband to record it
  • When Everytime I plug into Apple CarPlay it tells my whole Snapchat that I screen recorded
  • me getting ghosted after telling all my friends that I think I’ve finally found the one…
  • when you accidentally text the surgeon instead of the scrub tech
  • me when I have no life plan because I vowed that I’d be famous by now
  • Me embarrassed for myself after not winning the mr beast giveaway after publicly embarrassing myself by tagging, sharing, & reposting
  • When you’re in your healing era and have to address the fact that you allowed others to treat you horribly simply because you didn’t want to lose them
  • pov: the guy you’ve been talking to for 4 months flies 1600 miles to visit you, it blows up on tiktok, and then you get a DM that he’s been talking another girl and she sends proof that he was flirting w her WHILE HE WAS VISITING YOU
  • POV: you were making a normal vase and it collapsed, so instead of tossing it you kept it
  • Me everytime I post one of my own TikTok ideas and it flops

Miss Rabbit Has Fainted

Use this sound from Peppa Pig ‘Miss Rabbit has fainted. Miss Rabbit has fainted again.’ to describe – and reenact – thoughts, situations, or even actual medical conditions that would make you faint. Videos from this trend describe a variety of situations from having low iron, to having to talk to boys to get a boyfriend, to realizing you won’t be a teenager forever.

🎵 Sound: original sound – R

Sound description: Miss Rabbit has fainted. Miss Rabbit has fainted again. Faint.


♬ original sound – 💋.


It’s so hottt! But I love it 💕

♬ original sound – 💋.


#michaelbarrymore #missrabbithasfainted #comedy

♬ original sound – 💋.

How They’re Using This TikTok Trend:

  • pov: you have low iron
  • When I remember other girls see him and public and think he’s attractive
  • When I get off work and remember I have to do it again tmr
  • Me realizing I have to talk to a boy in order to get a boyfriend
  • POV: He brings you food
  • POV- you have pots
  • when i realize i don’t get to see my bestfriend every day of the summer
  • When I remember he’s looked into another girls eyes and told her how beautiful she is
  • me when i realize i won’t be a teenage girl forever
  • when I realize it’s almost July so basically it’s august which means school is starting
  • When I remember all the cringey things I said a year ago:

What is the ‘Miss Rabbit has fainted’ Trend on TikTok?

The “Miss Rabbit has fainted” trend on TikTok revolves around a sound bite from the popular children’s show, Peppa Pig, where characters exclaim, “Miss Rabbit has fainted. Miss Rabbit has fainted again. Faint.” TikTok users have creatively adapted this sound clip to depict and reenact moments, thoughts, or even genuine medical conditions that would make them feel overwhelmed or faint. The scenarios range from humorous takes on everyday struggles, like the dread of repetitive workdays, to more personal sentiments, such as insecurities in relationships or coming to terms with growing older. The trend has struck a chord with users because of its versatility; it can be used to communicate light-hearted, comedic content or touch on deeper, more introspective feelings. In essence, the “Miss Rabbit has fainted” trend encapsulates moments of vulnerability, surprise, or realization, with users playfully acting out these feelings of being metaphorically (or sometimes literally) knocked off their feet.