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18 Things That Should Be Left In 2018

"Thank u, next."

18 Things That Should Be Left In 2018

The end of the year is approaching and everyone is getting excited for a fresh start. I know there are people out there who agree with me when I say we should forget about ALL the ridiculous trends from this year and move on. Here are the top 18 trends that should be left in 2018.

1. "Mo Bamba"

Sheck Wes - "Mo Bamba"

This song will be stuck in my head for the rest of my life.

2. The shoot dance

Shoot Dance

3. The floss dance

Floss Dance

4. The orange justice dance

Orange Justice Dance

5. Fortnite in general


Boys, please pay attention to your girlfriends.

6. Tide PODS


I still have so many questions about this one.

7. Laurel versus yanny

Laurel or Yanny

It's laurel.

8. "Let's get this bread!"


9. Juuling


This is just obvious, there's nothing good about it.

10. Clout goggles

Gabrielle Ciancio

This is a dig at myself. Oops.

11. "In My Feelings" challenge

Drake - "In My Feelings"

I can assure you that KiKi will not love you with those dance moves.

12. Nicki Minaj and Cardi B beef

Cardi B

Team Cardi! That's just me though.

13. The caption "I only love my bed and my momma, I'm sorry."

Drake - "God's Plane"

You're not Drake, please stop.

14. Kanye West

Kanye West

Someone please deactivate this man's Twitter.

15. Bike shorts for fashion.

Bike Shorts

This may just be a personal thing, but they need to go.

16. Outrageously high platform shoes

Platform Shoes

You say "Beauty hurts" now, but just wait until you fall and actually get hurt.

17. The Walmart yodeling kid

Mason Ramsey

Mason Ramsey is adorable, but his song is driving me insane.

18. Ridiculous conspiracy theories

Fake Moon Landing

Neil Armstrong actually landed on the moon, right?

I wish everyone a very happy New Year. We can only hope 2019 won't be filled with even crazier trends.

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