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    Updated on Sep 16, 2020. Posted on Sep 13, 2020

    Here Are The Top 10 Most Ridiculous Trends That Went Viral On TikTok So Far This Year

    This year we learned that men CANNOT taste soy sauce with their testicles.

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    1. When people started putting ice cubes in their vaginas, claiming that it helped with depression and anxiety, made your vagina "tighter," and treated warts:

    @girl.with.eyebags

    It was cool ❄️#fyp #foryou #keepingbusy #icecube #trend #trending #viral #quarantine #funny #staysafe #stayathome #health #covid19 #petlover #funny

    ♬ Pew Pew Pew - Auntie Hammy

    I thought this didn't need to be said, but it does — ice doesn't do ANY of those things:

    @drjenniferlincoln

    Because quarantine. #icecube #icecubechallange #butwhy #idknever #obgyn #tiktokdoc #stayhome #highschool #healthclass

    ♬ original sound - drjenniferlincoln

    2. And let's not forget when men claimed that if they dipped their balls in soy sauce, they could taste it:

    @alxjames

    oh.. my god..... 🤭😳

    ♬ original sound - alxjames

    We spoke to Dr. Kirten Parekh, who confirmed that this is not possible. "Just because you have taste buds in that area doesn’t mean you can physically taste those flavors. Your body might receive it, but you won’t have a perceptive taste of sweet, sour, or whatever flavor," he told BuzzFeed.

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    3. When moms started flashing their boobs to their breastfed babies to get their reactions:

    @nataliejpmitchell

    She licked her lips 😂😂😂#dropemoutchallenge #baby #breastfed #foryou #fyp #foryoupage #thatredheadbaby #cute #cutebaby

    ♬ Drop 'Em Out - Wheeler Walker Jr.

    4. And when people thought it was funny to pour water on innocent, unsuspecting babies:

    @tia.dunham

    😂😂😂😭😭 no babies were harmed in this video #fyp #momsoftiktok

    ♬ Ah Eh - queen_zyon1

    5. When people thought it was safe to remove their own moles at home — NEWS FLASH! IT IS NOT:

    @dermdoctorbritt

    #moleremoval is one trend NOT to jump on unless you want a #scar for your #promlook - Or even worse! #baddecisions #dermatologist #moreyouknow #fyp

    ♬ Bad Decisions - The Strokes

    6. When people started using nail files to shave their teeth down. To be clear, doing this could cause serious pain, nerve damage, and increased sensitivity:

    @thebentist

    @cheneltiara why you do dis to me! 🥺😭 PSA: I don’t recommend doing this ✌🏻 have your dentist check to make sure it’s safe first! #teeth #braces

    ♬ original sound - thebentist

    7. When people started soaking their strawberries in salt water because little bugs crawl out. This one is actually true, but I think all of us would have been better off NOT knowing this:

    @callmekristatorres

    WAIT FOR IT... Still trying to think happy thoughts today. #fyp #foryou #strawberrieswithbugs #bugsinstrawberries #rednoseday #got2bhome

    ♬ original sound - callmekristatorres

    8. When adults started showing the world the raggedy baby blankets that they still sleep with:

    @gabbinaturman

    i think i win the baby blanket challenge, wbu??? #fyp #babyblankets #blanketchallenge This took 21 years of devotion, taking my blanket everywhere

    ♬ original sound - coreyxnathaniel

    9. When people started rubbing rings on their faces to see if they left black lines because they thought it was a sign of iron deficiency...TURNS OUT IT ISN'T:

    @petroutv

    Wtf @dixiedamelio

    ♬ original sound - petroutv

    10. And when people were buying cases of Martinelli's apple juice just so they could bite into the plastic container because it kind of sounds as if you're actually biting into an apple:

    @kylehiggns

    I got the tiktok apple juice that sounds like an apple #foryou #relatable #applejuice

    ♬ Eine kleine Nachtmusik - Mozart

    Once again, TikTok has proved to be a weird, wild place. Also, don't believe everything you see online, kids!!!

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