The Brief: The "Tenth Video On Your Camera Roll" TikTok trend sees creators sharing videos that their parents might find amusing, silly, cringey, or bizarre.
The “Tenth Video On Your Camera Roll” trend featured creators sharing amusing, silly, cringey, and embarrassing videos on TikTok. These videos are performed to an automated voice saying, “The tenth video on your camera roll is the reason your parents are disappointed in you. I agree with them.” The trend is intended to be funny. It began growing in popularity on August 6.
There are over 40,000 videos linked to the audio that traces back to account @Sorcha.blossoms. The account first shared a video of an individual trying to pour the last few drops of a beverage into a 7-Up bottle on July 27. It received 23,000 likes and 257,000 views.
A popular take from @payton_johnsonnn featured her and a friend crawling on he beach without using their arms. The video received over 396,000 likes and 1.6 million views.
Creator @dashburton’s video featured him falling down the stairs after drinking too much. The video garnered over 123,000 likes and 447,000 views.