If You Had 24 Hours With Me And I Couldn't Say No What Would We Do? tiktok example.

If You Had 24 Hours With Me And I Couldn't Say No What Would We Do?

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Updated Aug 12, 2021 at 04:27PM EDT by Zach.

Added Aug 09, 2021 at 04:56PM EDT by Phillip Hamilton.

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If You Had 24 Hours With Me And I Couldn't Say No What Would We Do? refers to a TikTok trend in which a person films themselves, often in attractive clothing, asking the viewer what they would do with them if they had 24 hours alone with them and they couldn't say no, baiting for answers via Stitches. The trend first became popular in March 2021, with the most popular answers being jokes that purposely steer away from sexual responses.


On March 5th, 2021, YouTuber[1] Ethan The Mentally Unstable uploaded a video from TikTok of now-deleted TikToker @doug1582 responding to an unknown TikToker in a tank top asking, "If You Had 24 Hours With Me And I Couldn't Say No What Would We Do?" Doug responds by saying he wants to go fishing with her and talk about her goals in life (shown below). The video gained over 25,000 views in five months. This is one of the earliest viral versions of the trend.


The trend spread across TikTok over the course of the year, with a number of TikTokers thirst trapping by making the videos, and others responding with comedy videos. For example, on March 12th, TikToker[2] @ishtaher posted a video responding to @savbarajas' now-deleted "24 hours" video in which his girlfriend smacks him in the back of the head, gaining over 9 million views in five months (shown below).


On May 1st, Reddit user Measy1 posted a video to /r/Unexpected[6] taken from TikTok following the trend in which a man responds telling her to get to work on his job site, gaining over 134,000 upvotes in three months (shown below).

On June 17th, TikToker[3] @princess.amira.b posted a video offering the question which became significantly popular. On June 21st, TikToker[5] @daldameht posted a response to the video in which he tells her to say "no," gaining over 1.7 million views in two months (shown below, left). On June 23rd, TikToker[4] @beginnerchessclub posted a Stitch to the video showing off chess moves after her question, gaining over 3 million views in two months (shown below, right).


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