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TikTokers climb mountains to find what they’re looking for

TikTokers are climbing up a virtual mountain to find whatever person, place or thing they are looking for.

The meme features a rotating picture of a tall rock, while the TikToker uses a cutout of themselves on top of said rock. This meme started as a CapCut template, which currently has over 300,000 uses.

On TikTok, the original sound — posted by @yosoytetii — has just over 5,000 videos. The song in the back of all of these videos is Gunna’s 2019 “Who You Foolin” from Drip or Drown 2.

Users have applied this template to all sorts of situations, with relationships at the forefront of the trend.

People in the comments easily related to this video, sharing their experiences.

“Whole time it was homeboy,” said @t3n3a.3.

“No fr who snitched bc i got the text earlier,” replied @allieghbepimpin.

People have had similar curiosity looking for a person of interest, even in athletics.

“I magically pulled my hip on the 3rd 400 wow,” joked @hahajaiden.

“He gotta be talking to the distance kids,” said @iamondatoiletrn.

This entire meme is based on people standing on a fictional rock, and some users have turned that aspect of the trend into the main part of the joke.

“YES BRO I always get scared I might accidentally let go of the club,” said @claytusyapi.

As TikTokers continue to sort out their confusion and find the people they’re looking for, don’t be surprised to see this mountain several times on your For You page.

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