People Are Tweeting About Eating Tide Pods And No One Knows What It Means
28 December 2017, 14:46
What does the Tide pod twitter meme mean?!
If you've been on Twitter over the past few days, you'll have noticed that almost every other tweet on your damn timeline is a meme about people eating Tide pods (you know, those little laundry detergent things...) But no one quite seems to know why or what it actually means.
ok what is going on with people all of a sudden wanting to eat tide pods— Ricky Dillon (@RickyPDillon) December 28, 2017
How did the Tide Pods meme start?
For years now, people have been saying how delicious laundry detergent pods actually looked. Small, colourful little packages with liquid inside that just looked like it would taste like something juicy? Like Fruit Gushers on steroids. Like a giant boba tea. Now people are tweeting about it because literally eeeeeveryone thinks the same thing.
What does it mean?
It literally means nothing. It's just a joke. It's a ReLaTaBLe gag about nice Tide pods would be if they were edible instead of FORBIDDEN and it's just escalated from there. Some are keeping it real and pretending that they're fine confectionary, some are likening them to drugs and others are just using them as a morbid 'drink the bleach' metaphor.
in all honesty before tide pods became a thing to joke about. ive had my eye on those bitches underneath the sink for as long as i can remember. why do they look visually appealing enough to eat. why do i want to eat dish soap— seizure salad (@funkxwidme) December 27, 2017
Now, the memes won't stop rolling in. Here are some of the best ones:
i really tried and died for the cause pic.twitter.com/WxtF27BMjP— ari (@nightfiIm) December 27, 2017
tidepods roasting ... on an open fire❤️— 𝐤𝖔𝖇𝐲 ♥ (@kobychill) December 25, 2017
anyone: are u eating those tide pod detergents— sarah (@fastjelIyfish) December 22, 2017
me when i see tide pods at my friends house pic.twitter.com/QzqaH8ggE3— fat bully (@ricardojkay) December 23, 2017
me cracking open a bag of Tide pods after a long day of work pic.twitter.com/Gu72iFVR6H— Action Hank (@CuznBoneless) December 24, 2017
Me after getting a whole new bag of Tide Detergent Pods pic.twitter.com/Wp7dqMW7WC— chris (@ughitschris) December 24, 2017
have you been eating tide pods with other bitches yes or no— adam (@brokeangeI) December 26, 2017
Vincent van Gogh used to eat Tide pods because he wanted happiness inside him— dr. tj eckleburg (@elkalumpy) December 27, 2017
when the tide pods kick in pic.twitter.com/qtvD8NLLhx— Jai (@bbyfagg) December 27, 2017
me eating tide pods alone in my grandpa's shed because I'm tired of interacting with my relatives pic.twitter.com/F4xUGioWIK— trevør jønes (@jonestm97) December 25, 2017
the eating tide pods meme is one of the weirdest relatable things the internet has produced this year— loona stan account (@ugsadkid) December 26, 2017
Whatever the fuck is going on here, just remember... it's just a joke. Please don't eat them. Or do. Whatever, I'm not your mother.
I thought y’all were so weird for talking about eating Tide pods but now I been thinking about how weird it is for so long that now I’m thinking it might not be weird and I wanna eat one too what is this— h (@halsey) December 28, 2017