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TikTokers are all about the tease with the ‘you see something you like’ meme

TikTokers are getting the opportunity to work on their flirting and teasing skills thanks to a trending audio.

This audio is being used in two major ways. First, it’s for when users catch others staring at them, forcing the TikToker to give a reaction.

“When you catch your crush staring at you for a millisecond,” wrote @jaiden098 in his post.

Other people in the comments expressed they felt the exact same way when looked at by a crush.

“Fr Like he so obsessed wit me,” replied @choomchoomus.

People, even after they get into a relationship with their crush, have found a use for the sound.

“When I pulled him with the Instagram model post and now he get to see the real me,” wrote @adore.niya_.

Several users in the comments shared how they did the same thing and rarely dress up to the level of their Instagram pictures.

“Sorry I only dress up once a month bookie,” replied @miimii.loveee.

However, the switch-ups don’t end there with this trend, as some people are hoping people still like what they see when plans change.

“When I take him to McDonalds because I said I was going to treat him to lunch,” wrote @jamesha.kierra in a post.

The sound was originally posted by @girlionkno_ _ and currently has just over 1200 videos attached. However, TikTokers in the comments acknowledged that the person speaking in the audio was @trapceleb.

Whether it’s during the chase, in the middle of a relationship or even just seeing through promises, TikTokers are easily seeing things they like.

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