Connect with us

viral

What is ‘aht aht aht’ TikTok challenge all about?

Published

on

A new meme called “aht aht aht” is going viral on Tiktok and we have an explanation for the jokes.

 Theo Wisseh aht aht aht tiktok challenge

The “aht aht” challenge which started in May 2021 has gotten over 2.3 million views on Tiktok and Twitter.

Different people from around the world share videos on social media as they take part in the ah ah ah TikTok dad jokes challenge. “dad jokes, I can spend hours watching the aht aht videos on TikTok” A lady said.

Another added: “Limao. I’ve discovered the Aht Aht section of TikTok. The dad jokes!! I hate to admit that I can’t breathe from laughter.”

What is the meaning of the “aht aht aht” tiktok challenge?

The challenge is all about saying the “aht” word and posing a question while giving a humorous response.

See example below:

  1. What’s the richest fish in the world?.. A goldfish.

2. Why did the picture go to jail?….. beacuse it was framed.

Who started the ‘aht aht aht’ TikTok challenge?

The ah ah ah challenge was started by Tiktok user (theowisseh_) Theo Wisseh and his friends.

Theo has been able to gather over 285k Instagram (theowisseh) followers after ‘aht’ went viral.

viral

Tiktok: Tattoo Artist Makes 76 tattoos, recreate Betty Boop Snow White scene

Published

on

Betty Boop Snow White tattoo

With 76 different tattoos, a tattoo artist creates a moving cartoon, ‘Koko The Clown dancing’ from the Betty Boop Snow White scene.

The artist known as Phil Berge on Tiktok, recreated a scene from a Betty Boop cartoon using humans as his canvas.

“Finally! I made a total of 76 tattoos to create this scene from Betty Boop Snow White.” He wrote on Tiktok. “A huge thank you to everyone that got tattooed for this project.”

@philberge

Finally! I made a total of 76 tattoos to create this scene from Betty Boop Snow White. A huge thank you to everyone that got tattooed for this project. #fyp #tattoo #tattoos #animation #stopmotion #fleischerstudios #cabcalloway #fleischer

♬ St. James Infirmary – Cab Calloway

Max Fleischer developed the cartoon character Koko the Clown. He first appeared as the main protagonist in Out of the Inkwell (1918-1929), a major animated series of the silent era.

Continue Reading