The Brief: Creators are calling themselves out for their past missteps as part of the "Everybody Makes Mistakes" TikTok trend. These videos are set to Hannah Montana's "Nobody's Perfect."
“Everybody Makes Mistakes” TikToks see creators calling themselves out for blunders they’ve made in their past. Many of these videos err to the side of dark humor.
These TikToks are performed to Hannah Montana‘s “Nobody’s Perfect.” The lyric “Everybody makes mistakes” is used as a punchline to explain the creator’s costly blunder. There are over 27,000 videos linked to the sound.
@Oldrod’s TikTok is one of the most popular in the trend. The elderly TikToker’s video captioned, “I convinced my best friend to go to war with me and I was the only one who returned… Sorry about that buddy,” received over 2 million likes and 6.8 million views.
@Ohstephco’s video saw her call herself out for yelling at her students for not completing their online assignment only to realize she never uploaded it in the first place. She also revealed she apologized to all of her students for her mistake. The video amassed over 331,000 likes and 1.5 million views.
@Tsegaib’s TikTok was about gossiping behind other people’s backs to their friends. The video garnered over 791,000 likes and 3.1 million views.
I learned my lesson to NEVER open a conversation with this AGAIN! save yourselves the embarrassment and learn from me