The Brief: The "When You Accidentally Type" trend on TikTok consists of creators acting out their emoji-based reaction text messages, including the errors.
TikTokers are acting out their emoji-based text messages which include their errors while taking part in the “When You Accidentally Type” TikTok trend. Creators list a string of identical reactionary emojis, like the laughing emoji, and include a random emoji in the middle, as if to represent an error while texting.
The trend first appeared on TikTok when creator @Crispinion posted a video captioned, “When you accidentally add a random emoji when laughing.” In it, he’s seen laughing hysterically, before stopping to stare into space, and then returning to his fits of laughter. The June 3 video was a popular one, receiving over 1.1 million likes and 5.1 million views.
@Crispinion’s follow-up vies on the trend have continued to do well, with many reaching well over 1 million views.
Many creators hopped on the trend, inserting the most random of emojis in between smiling and laughing emojis.
TikToker @Aimyoncée included a foot emoji:
Creator @Shakapradipa “accidentally” typed a pregnant woman emoji:
TikToker @official_tingem_ inserted a woman with white hair:
this killed me , credit to @crispinion #fyp