Folks Mix Romance and Auto Gross sales

It is not uncommon to come across a large number of social media posts and personalities that make one feel that the whole concept of an online network is a gigantic sewer where individuals are constantly dying of every bit of dignity or self-respect Throwing trash so others can think they are great / funny / smart / attractive / etc. are.

While this isn’t always the case, once the auto trend is explained to you on TikTok, you may find it hard to argue otherwise.

Some people refer to the TikTok auto trend as toxic because it offends women.

By equating yourself with a used car, many argue that it is an insult to the intrinsic worth of an individual and an act of commodification. Some also said they found the trend ironic, stressing that the same TikTok accounts of women rallying against individuals who objectify them are the same people participating in the trend.

Girls argue that they are not objects but then compare themselves to cars in a tiktok trend

– Hurts2Quez (@ Hurts2Quez) August 27, 2021

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I absolutely despise this tiktok trend where people describe themselves / their dating story as if they were a car for sale

– bella (@boredcrying) August 27, 2021

Many people said they generally “despised” the trend of people romantically selling themselves as if they were holding a used car for sale. The general consensus was that reducing your dating history to the same meaning as buying an old Corolla that hopefully doesn’t have too many miles or frame damage is extremely humiliating.

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Waiting to do the tiktok car trend just so I can put 1 on stickers lol

– Jazz (@JazminAnscomb) August 27, 2021

someone explains me how to make yourself a car trend on tiktok please i am so confused

– Fuchs (@foxthesecond) August 23, 2021

What do you think of the auto trend? Do people have a right to be angry? Or does everyone get upset for free? Granted, used car prices have skyrocketed at the time of this writing, so maybe the car trend can actually be seen as a compliment by some?

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