TikTok is all the rage in 2020. The social network is the newest and hottest thing to hit social media and to be fair; is highly addicting. Users spend hours without even realizing it consuming short videos called, “TikToks” in which other users of the platform have compiled funny and often times choreographed dance moves.
We’ll be the first to admit it, TikTok has been kinda needed during the whole Covid 19 event. Families, couples, and people of all ages are spending hours recording, reciting, and editing all types of hilarious videos that help us to pass the time.