TikTok can be a funny and confusing platform as we recently found the “Pink and Green” trend on TikTok. As time goes on, the platform is growing. We’ve seen some crazy trends going viral on it. This drives users crazy. So why is this TikTok trend “Pink and Green” so popular?
Read on to learn more about TikTok’s viral “Pink and Green” trend.
The popular and crazy trend “Pink and Green” is actually getting popular with two other names. In one it is called the “cosmoandwanda trend”. It’s also called “quite a single parenting challenge.” Well, if you haven’t stumbled upon the trend through any of these names.
Then here we will tell you why it is so trending. This trend actually shows pink and green objects placed close together. Playing the theme song of “The Fairly OddParents” with pink and green objects in the background. But if that still doesn’t make you understand the trend, then read on.
Why is the “Pink and Green” trend driving everyone crazy on TikTok?
This “Pink and Green” trend on TikTok went viral with a video from user “@kamillamoss”. The concept for this trend comes from Nickelodeon’s cartoon “The Fairly OddParents”. In this cartoon, a boy showed Timmy. Godfathers Cosmo and Wanda would transform themselves into something no one could describe. Still, they were seen turning into pink and green objects in the cartoon.
@kamillamoss Wanda and Cosmo everywhere #fyp #foryou ♬ suono original – Deborah Vettorato
The same trend emerged on TikTok when users saw a pink and green object reminiscent of Cosmo and Wanda. The trend is going wild to make sure everyone finds Cosmo and Wanda for real. Still, users’ reaction to it is gaining a lot of popularity.
The “Pink and Green” trend is getting popular on TikTok. We have users who react differently to the trend. Wanda would transform themselves into pink and green objects, as some supported that cosmos.
Some say it’s not like they saw them turn into pencils. So this trend becomes popular by describing the real cosmo and Wanda. While the videos get a few likes and views.
@abytaha #fairlyoddparents ♬ suono original – Deborah Vettorato