TikTokers share what’s on their mind using clips from ‘That’s So Raven’
TikTokers’s brains are leading them down random paths of nostalgia, and doing so via a vintage Disney Channel show.
From 2003 to 2007, That’s So Raven, a show about a teenage psychic, was one of Disney Channel’s flagship programs. Raven Baxter (Raven-Symoné) had a signature stare she’d do whenever she got a vision. The animation took a freeze frame of her face and zoomed in on her eye to give the illusion the viewer was seeing into her brain.
On TikTok, users are taking that animation to show what’s going on in their minds. However, instead of a vision, it is a piece of internet history. The clips are only playing for a short amount of time, but that’s enough time for users to show exactly what they are thinking of.
“My brain at random points of the day,” wrote @its_arizona_time in their post. The video then cuts to a scene from Holes in which the grandpa yells, “That’s too damn bad,” a popular meme.
On top of people having thoughts of memes from movies, famous vines and tv shows are also at the front of TikTokers’ minds — from Spongebob to WWE wrestling.
It’s DoodleBob’s “Mehoymenoy” for me sorry Patrick lol,” said @craziinailz under @blame.dame’s post.
“Thought i was the only one,” said @juggheso beneath @cedbeast’s video.
To set this meme up to get the random thoughts out of your head, it’s quite simple. The template, which has over 113,000 uses already, is connected to CapCut. Once that’s chosen, all that’s left is to pick a video that stays on your mind.
TikTokers have found that many people have the same random thoughts as them, finding their niche communities.
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