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    MEANING BEHIND TIKTOK’S ‘DDD’ EXPLAINED AS CHALLENGE SWEEPS THE PLATFORM

    TikTok has been flooded with ‘DDD’ hashtags in the comment section and videos as people kick start the month of December joking about the challenge, but what is the meaning behind this?

    November is known for the NNN challenge which stands for ‘No Nut November’ and the memes regarding the same flooded social media last month.

    With people bidding goodbye to November, they are now ready to kick start December with a new challenge that started off as a joke.

    THE MEANING BEHIND ‘DDD’ EXPLAINED

    DDD stands for ‘Destroy D**k December.’ The challenge is the opposite of No Nut November and has been a joke on the internet for a couple of years now.

    As per Urban Dictionary, it first started off when a Twitter user who went by the Merry Canemian gave each month a name of its own. As you would have expected, November stood for No Nut November.

    With this in mind, December was allocated the opposite of this action. The tweet first surfaced in 2017 and gained a lot of attention on social media.

    THE TREND GETS CARRIED IN 2022

    While the tweet has now been deleted from the platform and the user has disabled their profile, things have not quite changed on the internet.

    People are still talking about DDD and with December 1st already here, memes have started surfacing online.

    Recently, the DDD challenge has picked up on TikTok where people have been making hilarious videos regarding the same.

    HOW THE NO NUT NOVEMBER CHALLENGE STARTED

    As per Know Your Meme, the No Nut November challenge surfaced online back in 2011 when an Urban Dictionary user with the name ‘bicboi6969696969’ uploaded a definition for the trend.

    The entry stated that this challenge required an individual to not pleasure himself for the month of November. However, the trend went viral only in 2017 when people started talking about it on Twitter.

    It soon was turned into a meme and has been a constant joke ever since then. In fact, there are even rules that have been created for people who do want to take this joke seriously.

    As of 2022, there are several; variations of these rules online and people have varied opinions about them.

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