Woman Asks People to Stop Making Duet Videos So The Internet Trolled Her Hilariously | “It Gets Better Every Time”
TikTok gives birth to countless trends each year and people on the platform wildly follow it to achieve popularity. One of those trends emerged when the video-sharing app introduced the duet feature where another person can join in to attach their own video to others, and post it on their page. But there are certain individuals who are also upfront about ridiculing these dueting video trends and thus, they made a video countering it.
@thegreatlondini.com posted the video of a woman on their Tiktok profile saying, "Can we stop dueting videos when we have absolutely nothing to add to them? I don't need to know what you looked like watching that TikTok." She made a reference to all the reaction videos that have been trending lately and people create those by using the duet feature on the app. But fellow TikTok users had other plans to respond to her complaints and sure enough, they took a creative approach that snowballed into a work of art.
Soon, we spotted one fellow making a duet with the original video of the complaining woman and adding a hand to the frame. Then, in a third duet, we saw a belly and a hand dueting in response to the lady and it slowly built up into an interesting and hilarious collage with others joining in. The unplanned collaboration gained momentum as a user came up with part six of this duet where we see a man with feet placed strategically to look like it’s attached to the complaining woman. This man also sings a duet with the woman in the video.
From a man holding a box to a woman standing in a yoga pose, numerous other side-splitting videos have added up to the original one. It seems her online nagging has gone to waste as people did their absolute best to prove that everyone is allowed to post anything they like, whether it is a solo video or a duet. The internet is a space for everyone to display their creativity, skills and hobbies. Netizens had a lot to say as the video garnered over 1 million views, over 190k likes and thousands of comments. TikTok user @hello53 wrote, "It gets better every time.” @Orangeyourchillcreations commented, "What is this form of art called? We need a hashtag for it. I want more." Another user @KAYJAY chimed in and said, "This is one of the best videos on TikTok, people are just hysterical and so creative."
The epic collage of a video has been circulated on different social media platforms as well and it continues to astonish us. Even though the OP's dislike for Tiktok duets did not leave any impact, it did end up prompting several users to memorably collaborate.