"Eating an orange in the shower eliminates any worry of making a mess," the video reads. "So, easy clean up and you can rip it open with no remorse. In the hot shower, the heat and humidity exaggerate the taste and smell of the orange. The smell of citrus has also been linked to stress relief. So this is a well rounded experience."
While there were a few people in the comments who were pretty grossed out about the idea of eating food in the bathroom, most people were intrigued.
A few people even encouraged others to try it, noting that their own experiences went very well.
"It changed my life," someone said.
And while most expressed that they had never eaten an orange in the shower themselves, one person shared that it wasn't unusual in their culture.
That being said, eating oranges in the shower definitely isn't anything new, and we've even written about the phenomenon when it became really popular in 2017, thanks to the subreddit r/ShowerOrange.
But now with TikTok, the trend has resurfaced, and it seems like many people are trying it out for the first time. The hashtag #ShowerOrange has over 7.6 million views on the platform, and it goes to show just how entranced people are with the act.
When one person who goes by u/CaptainSwil shared a photo of their prepped citrus, another redditor advised u/CaptainSwil that the shower orange is best eaten cold.
In another post, someone with the username u/chux4w explained the importance of peeling the fruit in the shower.
"The whole point is that it's primal," they explained. "It's not about the orange, it's not about the shower, it's about the connection to your inner feral animal. I urge you, next time you have an orange in the shower, don't peel! Tear into it with your claws, feast on the flesh, don't worry about making sure you eat all the orange or what you do with the peel afterwards. If you're thinking, you're already doing it wrong."