These days, TikTok users are stumbling across the brand new ‘Piggy Dipping’ trend.
The trend went viral after a TikTok user posted a video of their cat talking to a pet.
Although the original video appeared in late December 2021, this trend is now starting.
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The Piggy Dippin TikTok, posted by user ‘Dear teacher,’ is about a cat dipping its paws in a basin of water.
However, it was not the animal’s actions but the user’s reaction to the mayhem on the floor that caused the video to go viral.
TikToker, who was almost 50,000 followerson the platform, the video caption ‘she dippin dem piggies in da wata.’
The TikTok user shows the kitten’s water bowl at the beginning of the clip, then turns the camera on the pet entering the drawing room.
She’d heard, “Piglet dip, piglet Dip in piglet pond. No, you are a hot dog swimming in a basin of water. You dip your fat little toes in it. Bun chubba”
Users are divided into sections after listening to TikToker’s talk.
While many couldn’t understand what she was trying to say, one user provided a suitable translation, “a large cat dipped its paws in a pond of all kinds and was caught but failed. Have trouble.”
The video has garnered more than 8 million views.
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Many say they cannot understand what the user is saying while others claim that this is an English sound for non-English speakers.
However, some viewers said the words sounded familiar even though they had never heard them before.
TikTok users started the Piggy Dipping trend
After the original video went viral on the platform, many users created their own videos using the original piggy immersion sound.
TikTok ‘Chateau Barefoot’ created her own version of the video by dressing up as a character from a Jane Austen novel and elegantly speaking Piggy Dipping lines from the original video.
Another TikTok account ‘firstlightfarm’ created a version with real pigs, dipping their feet in a pig pond. “
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