Style TikTok Teens Have Made Another Decree: Skinny Jeans Are Out
Gordon Ramsay Roasted Someone On TikTok Who Made A Burger Covered In Blue Takis
But, like, we would eat this!!!In the video, previously reported on by Insider>>>P, Gordon reacts to the creation by Matthew Kirschner, owner of Red Knapps in Rochester, MI. Matthew noted that this video was"day 20 of putting weird stuff in burgers until we get Gordon Ramsay's attention," so obviously he is well-aware of what sets the famous chef off."Oh, you got my attention," Gordon says back.
It brings me no pleasure to report that mere months after banishing, has come for beloved skinny jeans. Does their wrath know no end?
According to Glow Up University (not an accredited academic institution),“has spoken” and skinny jeans are over; we're all supposed to wear straight-leg and jeans now. So throw every pair of skinny jeans out of your closet now and start shopping, fellow olds, or the Zoomers will come for you.
I'm kidding, obviously. Wear whatever jeans you want. Skinny jeans! Boot-cut! Dark-wash! Distressed (which, thank God, Gen Z thinks are still cool)! I, for one, don't have the time or budget to redo my pants wardrobe. I paid good money for my skintight skinny jeans, and I'm going to wear them, damn it!
The ‘12-3-30’ Treadmill Routine Is Crazy-Popular on TikTok—But Is It Actually a Good Workout?
Fitness experts dissect the viral fitness trend.The trend, known as the "12-3-30" workout, is soothingly straightforward: You set your treadmill to an incline of 12 and a speed of 3 miles per hour and then walk for 30 minutes. The concept originated from social media influencer Lauren Giraldo, who shared it on YouTube in 2019 and again on TikTok in November 2020, where a video explaining the workout racked up nearly 12 million views and more than 2.7 million likes (and counting).
Why Gen Z is targeting skinny jeans is a mystery—but the social media debate rages on. TikTok is their domain, so millennials fearfully clutching your favorite pair of Zara jeans, tread lightly as you swipe. You'll probably find more allies on Twitter, where millennials and Gen X'ers have made their position clear: Hands off our skinny jeans.
“No offense but you can pry skinny jeans from my cold, dead hands .. i don't care if this makes me a ‘millennial’ .. i will die on this hill,” one person tweeted.
“Me rolling into the bars wearing skinny jeans when all of this is over,” another person wrote, alongside the iconic “How do you do, fellow kids?” GIF.
Skinny jeans—especially on men—are absolutely emblematic of a specific era when everyone wore a purple American Apparel hoodie to listen to Fun and sip Four Loko. That era has passed, and while I don't think I ever never need to drink Four Loko (or listen to Fun) again, skinny jeans? That's one relic from 2011 I'd like to keep forever, thank you. Let me live, Gen Z!
This TikTok Oven-Cleaning Hack Uses 3 Ingredients You Probably Already Have in Your Kitchen .
Why use fancy tools or pricey sprays when you can use items you likely already own?So we're back with another brilliant cleaning trick from one of our new go-to sources for inspiration related to recipes (from quad quesadillas to baked feta pasta ????), home, style and dancing: TikTok.