POV: you work at chipotle and im the customer who is constantly making you uncomfortable by asking you to add more of everything to my plate

Don't Be Shy, Put Some More

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Don't Be Shy, Put Some More refers to a catchphrase that gained popularity on TikTok following a viral video posted in November 2019. The format usually involves filming users from above their heads so that their forehead appears comically disproportional.


On November 28th, 2019, TikTok[1] user @prettygirlandcoolboy (user40850309) posted a POV roleplay in which she portrayed a Chipotle customer asking the viewer to add more ingredients to their order (shown below). The video received over 433,000 likes and 2,300 comments in two months, with a December 6th YouTube[2] reupload garnering 117,000 views.


Don't be shy, put some more! Put some more! Come on, don't be shy, put some more!


Starting in late November 2019, TikTok users created memes based on @prettygirlcoolboy's video, with the punchline in many examples usually being a person asking for excessive amounts of something either desirable or undesirable. Many videos also copied the perspective of the original video, with the person in the video being filmed from above so their forehead appears comically enlarged. For example, on November 29th, 2019, TikTok[3] user @dxrianss posted a video that received over 317,500 likes and 1,900 comments in two months (shown below, left). On December 7th, TikTok[4] user @zinccx posted a video which gained over 335,200 likes and 1,200 comments in the same period (shown below, center).


In addition to reusing the soundbite, multiple users on the app voiced their own versions of the meme. For example, on January 29th, 2020, user @imdrewscott[5] posted a version in which he parodied makeup artist James Charles, with the video gaining over 1.9 million likes and 32,600 comments in two weeks (shown below, left). On February 7th, Hype House member Charlie D'Amelio posted[6] a video that received over 1.8 million views and 24,200 comments in one week (shown below, center).


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[1] TikTok – @prettygirlandcoolboy

[2] YouTube – don’t be shy put some more tiktok

[3] TikTok – @dxrianss

[4] TikTok – @zinccx

[5] TikTok – @imdrewscott

[6] TikTok – @thehypehouse

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