Have TikTok memes gone too far? Laugh at the latest trends
As Buzzfeed reported, TikTok user @jazzyjazzboi posted an insane TikTok video that soon went viral about people’s energy relating to the most random objects or situations. The TikTok sensation showed the internet how fun it can be to compare tennis balls to someone named Ben, or a toothpaste reminding us all of some guy named Michael. Yip, we completely agree!
So if these objects have the same energy as Michael & Ben, could there be other situations that give off a crazy amount of energy? Here’s what TikTok & Twitter users have said.
⋆ Karchez as monster energy drinks ⿻ pic.twitter.com/geu71WFd6C
— Alma🜲◊ (@almatrajeada) February 28, 2021
There’s nothing like comparing a famous gamer like Karchez to an energy drink like Monster. This TikTok meme is making us not only thirsty, but can we reach that energy level too?
Same energy. #Bridgerton #bridgertonnetflix #Mulan pic.twitter.com/OMIo8M0En8
— Чизкейкичек (@taintedloaf) February 28, 2021
Memes may come & go but this level of energy will always stick with us. Between Bridgerton & Mulan, have you ever felt the same level of disappointment in a character? We have! Preach, Mushu!
Same energy pic.twitter.com/PTscYKjqi1
— 𝑠𝑎𝑚𝑎𝑎🦇 (@samaakadrey) February 28, 2021
Ever looked like a pencil? And then you added a bright colorful outfit? Yeah you’ve got the energy of a pack of crayons. Memes like these make us hide our tracksuits away.
i cannot explain why but this tiktok has the same energy as the clean diner pic.twitter.com/Bb8YLtBFSl
— orenthal cornelius gibson (@localbitaurus) February 26, 2021
There’s nothing like a clean diner, and with those dance solid moves and a Justin Timberlake track? Who are we kidding – this TikTok meme is bringing the energy back.
this tiktok has the same energy as “you’re gonna look at me and tell me i’m wrong? she was the wicked witch of the east bro!” pic.twitter.com/13EMOBOJFZ
— Gaby (@aflairytale) February 17, 2021
We’ve all been in a situation where people are staring at you, so you are overly excited to explain what just happened. TikTok memes like these have only the funniest energy!
At least I.M gives the same energy back😭😭😭😭😭
(not mine, found this on tiktok) pic.twitter.com/MqpMQlkZNy
— ✨D u a l i t y✨ (@WONHOSBlTCH) February 14, 2021
This is the TikTok energy we all needed. If you start a video call and they don’t greet you with this level of enthusiasm, are they even your bestie? Memes like these are what we aspire to become.
Same energy as the “meatier” tiktok https://t.co/P74rKGHZoO
— saturn ♄ ʕ⁎̯͡⁎ʔ༄ (@yourecutej3ans) February 13, 2021
The “meatier” TikTok might promote a vegetarian’s way of living, but this energy has us shook. Sorry for ruining your childhood, but it looks like the piggy who went to the market is explained in excruciating detail in this TikTok video. This had killed all pig memes for us in the future.
Same energy, honestly. #TikTok pic.twitter.com/bZSjMfAP2s
— Alyssa Marino (@ayy_marino) February 7, 2021
Ever struggled with gummies? We finally understand what happens with gummies at our time of need. Relating to TikTok memes like these really makes you wonder. . .
i can't stop thinking about that tiktok that said they give off the same energy pic.twitter.com/O8QeSM87oz
— han ¡! (@quackitysmain) February 2, 2021
If there’s ever been a character we wanted to be like, it’s the invisible man from Hotel Transylvania! What’s not to love, you’re the coolest person in the room and you can do whatever you’d like because nobody can see you. Sounds like the perfect energy to us!
I HATE TIKTOK AHAHAHAHAWKSJWK SOMEONE SAID KUROO AND THE RED M&M GIVE OFF THE SAME ENERGY
I cant unsee it help ╥﹏╥ pic.twitter.com/lb1wPGBJlI
— rejj ⁷ (@ccdazai) February 28, 2021
Just like M&M’s, this meme melts our hearts. Thanks to TikTok, we’ll never unsee this tasty energy.
What do you think of the “same energy” TikTok trend? Let us know in the comments below.