TikTok's "Live" feed offers a much different experience compared to its more popular sibling, the "For You" page.
The internet learned as much when a video of a Quebec woman surfaced that just depicted her saying a variety of catchphrases in exchange for monetary donations, including "ice cream so good" while she fake liked up ice cream.
Pinkydoll, the influencer in question, has had several videos of her posted on Twitter showing her popping individual popcorn kernels with a hair straightener while repeating different phrases and thanking her donors.
Naturally, the internet instantly became confused by this phenomenon with some not understanding the point of it and why Pinkydoll had a straightener with popcorn near her.
Other people said that videos like that are trendy on TikTok Live. One person even linked to a similar video from a Japanese creator.
Quebec Twitter has responded, loving the local connection.
Some people snooped around Pinkydoll's other published content including compilations of her imitating NPCs from video games.
Thanks to the internet's mass confusion, Pinkydoll has generated a lot of engagement which, in consequence, could mean more odd videos like hers circulating around Twitter.
Pinkydoll addressed her virality on Twitter yesterday, thanking everyone for the attention, but admonished Montreal bloggers for not covering her.
"I know I've been popping, popping, popping lately, but how come it's all the U.S. people talking about me, sharing my things, put me on the block, everwhere [...] But when you look at Montreal persons who have a blog or anything like this, nothing!" she said.
"Montreal people don't wanna see Montreal people win and that's on God!"