Young people are using the same coded language on TikTok to flirt: 'I think we all know the answer'

TikToker have reached a whole new level of pandemic boredom and are now directly asking their followers if they are drawn to them.
Users uploaded videos and photos of themselves and asked the question, "Could I drag you?"
Roughly translated from Gen Z slang, this means, "Would you date me just because of my looks?"
User alyssawoodrow's video has become very popular.
Her post proves that TikTok is basically Tinder now - except that the comments are public.
"I think we all know the answer here," wrote one user.
"Let's find out," said another.
Jayphysiq's video offered the male perspective on the trend.
"Maybe. You're handsome, but how do you treat other people? How do you talk to your mom? These are the things that determine if a guy can pull me," commented one user.
"Unfortunately I would let you break my heart," replied another.
There are of course funny attitudes to it - as with every internet trend.
For example, could k9_mattis pull you? Maybe just literally pull as he's a dog ... but a strong one!
All in all, it's a pretty harmless trend and a nice boost in confidence. Who knows, maybe it could be the start of the next big viral love story.
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