TIKTOK PRACTICE WAR (TIKOK)
A global chicken war is about to break out on TikTok and she has amassed tens of millions of views - and no, despite the ominous name - the animals were not hurt during filming. In fact, this is an amusing and obviously harmless viral trend in which people present their herd of chickens as if it were an army going to war or a group of friends who came together to defeat their opponent.
The trend started with content creator Dylan Brzek, @dylan_bezjack, from Alberta, Canada, who shared a video of himself walking followed by an army of "angry" roosters. In the short video, he warns the "viewer" that he and his "guys" are on their way to "beat them up." The footage shows a herd of chickens innocently following it, of course with no intention of fighting anyone, only it looks like it is an army of dedicated soldiers going into battle.
The video was shared on May 27 and went viral on TikTok with more than 1.4 million views and 349,<> likes.
Here's how it started:
@dylan_bezjack #i #aint #no #chicken ♬ original sound - Hill billy of Alberta
Other rooster owners took the opportunity to display their herd, which was ostensibly intended to pose a threat to Dylan's army.
Soon TikTok was flooded with reaction videos showing flocks of roosters from different parts of the world, with their owners leading them to the ultimate war - which will never happen given that this is just a viral trend and the roosters really have no idea what their owners want from them.
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@yourmomspoolboy_7_ #stitch with @Dylan Bezjack #i #aint #no #chicken #either #pullup #gangwar #chickensoftiktok ♬ original sound - Yourmomspoolboy
No one prepared him for this army:
@dorct Too arrogant, they started attacking us#funny #chicken #interesting #chickenwars ♬ Man at Arms - Joachim Rygg
And all sides are ready for battle - watch the preparations for war as more birds joined the fighting:
@lupaleto1 #chickenwars #chickenkickingass #fightme #puulluup #pullupppp #brodoit #winnerwinnerchikendinner #chickensoftiktok ♬ original sound
Naturally, there is some skepticism about the condition of the animals being photographed and the fact that the trend is called "chicken war", however - as we noted - the challenge in question is absolutely safe, both for the poultry and for the owners, since this is a hypothetical war and the chickens are not really led into battle.
In total, the trend has amassed more than 27 million views on TikTok, and if you happen to have a few roosters at home, you might be able to take part in it too.