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Supposedly, trends are the backbone of the social media. Social media is only interesting if there’s something trending on it. Especially, when it is like Tiktok and Twitter. And honestly, these social networking haven’t let us down, have they?
Tiktok is undoubtedly the most entertaining social networking site at the moment. Likewise, twitter shifts it’s focus more towards the informative business. There’s a lot of information just hanging on Twitter. Not to mention they equally posses interesting stuff.
As for the trend, it starts from some unexpected user at the unexpected time. The trend we are going to talk about today isn’t the most recent one. However, it is something that had gone over your mind. I am pretty sure you never completely did get this trend.
“whew chile… the ghetto.” https://t.co/UOgnx7JuUO
— Veronica (@vipmeetsworld) June 16, 2018
During the middle part of 2019, a trend went viral on twitter. The users on twitter seemingly used the term, Whew Chile. And most of the users replied with a dissapointing note that they couldn’t figure out what actually it meant. But if you’re reading this, you are going to find out what does it mean for the best.
What Does Chile Mean on Tiktok and Twitter?
Although you have heard the word “Chile” most of the times, it doesn’t come alone. The actual word is “Whew Chile.” According to the Urban dictionary, the word means that you have a sufficient infromation on something. Or it can be also presumed as having an intense information on something.
WHEW CHILE…..THE US EDUCATION SYSTEM…. https://t.co/DQm8QkM5Ty
— ✿ ♡ 𝔠𝔬𝔲𝔯𝔱𝔫𝔢𝔶 ♡ ✿ (@kilIacourt) June 19, 2018
As in twitter, this word is used according to it’s actual meaning. The twitter users used it on several tweets where the information was simply sufficient or more intense.
As for example, If you know your best friend is cheating on his girlfriend, the information is very intense. Now if you have the adequate evidence to prove the claim at one hand and the claim is intense on the other hand, you can use Whew Chile.
Besides, it is also used as a joke or meme. Especially on twitter, the word is mostly used as a joke. For example, If someone is giving wrong information but is very confidence about it, it surely becomes a joke. During such circumstances, you can write a satirical comment such as “Whew Chile. You probably have A+ on your grade sheet. “
But in Tiktok, the word follows the enirely different trend than twitter. There aren’t much jokes made by using the word on Tiktok. Apart from them, there have been challenges to pronounce the word.
The tiktok video regarding “:Whew Chile” goes like a challenge done by a white girl to pronounce the word by the African American guy in hi accent. And this isn’t relevant to any racism issues. The trend was clearly started by an African American guy named . And it was mostly followed by the Black people.
This is the original whew chile video! ##foryou ##fyp ##levelup ##whewchile
♬ original sound – camc_3
Can Phew Chile be used in a good way?
Obviously yes. But it is evolved as more like a meme material and hence, is mostly used in and with jokes. But the way it’s meaning stands, it surely can be used in a good way.
However, it’s fairly difficult to come up with a good example than the humorous one. You can go as “Whew Chile. I wish I was a scholar like him” if you see someone who knows stuff here and there.
Whatsoever, the trend is followed with the mimic side of the word though. There are many videos made upon it, several twitter comments and social media engagements made the word so popular. Whew Chile, after all we are in lockdown.