Miracles.of tiktok

Benny B

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I had the same but its now tiktok challenges cos I'd mistakenly put tiktok into the search looking for a song, suddenly your youtube feed is plagued with soft peedo porn fucking hell 🙁☹️
 

Mr. Tea

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I'm reliably informed that anyone over the age of 20 who uses TikTok is definitely a nonce.

My daughter persuaded me to go on there and that after a while the algorithm would sort out content. It basically hasn’t and my feed is older people making shit jokes or boasting about their lives. And gyrating teenage girls.

'action' being underage girls jumping up and down without a bra on

I had the same but its now tiktok challenges cos I'd mistakenly put tiktok into the search looking for a song, suddenly your youtube feed is plagued with soft peedo porn fucking hell 🙁☹️
 

Clinamenic

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It would actually be a feat of warped serendipity if a tiktok girl shilled Nonce Finance.
 

Clinamenic

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The platform is notorious in crypto for influencers hyping up scamcoins. Not that Nonce Finance is a scam, haven't looked into it.
 

Clinamenic

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Anyone know if there is a way I can watch an array of live tiktok streams? Might be something I'd have to build myself, but I'd imagine there are chunks of code out there already that would make something like this relatively easy.

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WashYourHands

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polystyle

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do people drop out of one social channel when they add another? I don't know how anyone has enough time for tiktok, FB, IG, twitter, YT videos, snapchat, clubhouse, WhatsApp groups, etc., plus real life work, family, friends, Netflix, Hulu, amazon, etc etc etc.

life's better when you live slow: some emails, IG once a day, dissensus. that's all you need.
Definitely the new things bounce the former haunts.
We can remember ... ' MySpace ', even those ol' Dissensus Gardens
 

Leo

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I thought it was funny how Rupert Murdoch/News Corp bought MySpace for $580 million in 2005 and everyone lost interest in it shortly after. They sold it a few years later for $35 million.

that's what I call shareholder value!
 
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