Contributors: Ellie Bruno and Mary Mabry
Bye Bye Gorilla Glue!
Stiff where????? Ma hair 🤬🤬♬ original sound – Tessica Brown
After Tessica Brown glued her hair down to her head accidentally, she made a video that went viral. In most recent news — she got it removed. A plastic surgeon in California offered to do an operation for free to unglue her hair, and it worked! Tessica Brown finally has her hair back.
Beauty guru James Charles hit the town last night in what appears to be a bald cap. Of course, a slew of Avatar: The Last Airbender– themed replies grew, poking fun at the influencer. Oddly enough, replies from popular Minecraft Youtubers (@Dream, @GeorgeNotFound, @KarlJacobs_, @sapnap) ratio’d (got more likes) Charles’ original Tweet, sending fans into a frenzy.
Good news — there is a new pet trend going around on Tik Tok, and It’s exactly what it sounds like. The #KissYourPet consists of owners kissing their pets and recording the pets reaction. So, go #KissYourPet, it might make a great video.
Blues Clues for All
The new alphabet song recognizes the LGBTQ+ community. 🏳️🌈 https://t.co/GNgmcUQBgp— POPSUGAR (@POPSUGAR) February 12, 2021
In a modern rendition of the classic ABCs song, Blues Clues made history, promoting diversity and inclusion in their new tune. “E is for everyone” promotes racial and disability equality, and “P is full of Pride” showed a multitude of pride flags for the LGBTQ+ community. It’s safe to say that Twitter is ecstatic with the release, with many millennials feeling a nice sense of nostalgia.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
he is the cutest🥰❤️♬ Cant Help Falling In Love – Ariadne Field
Valentine’s Day is coming up fast, and it’s very evident on social media. Many people are asking their significant other or crush to be their valentine, and there have been some very creative ideas. This Tik Tok is a great example, as someone uses a drone shot to ask their partner to be their valentine.
Early 2000’s Throwback
If you grew up without cable you know all these shows😂 pic.twitter.com/FE3LnUemXZ— KaiYu⚡️🌚 (@akikokenzo) February 11, 2021
Every so often, someone on Twitter dredges up an old, collective memory of the early 2000’s, sending millennials and Gen Z into a frenzy. The trigger this time? PBS kids’ Maya and Miguel, a catchy show about two siblings reaching far back into the memories of young adults around the country.