I just turned 29 and I already feel old, thanks to TikTok.

This social media platform goes through trends as quickly as El Paso's weather changes. One trend that has some parents googling and asking questions on Facebook is the "Sheesh" trend.

Here is an example of a teen demostrating the trend:

@exultionwhen school reopens and you come back drippy ##fyp ##foryou ##fashion ##sheesh

♬ Sheeeshhh - King Julio

Yet, this is how I feel after not understanding the trend:

@leethe4th
When the food is bussin!@suburban_prince ##fyp ##foryou ##foryoupage ##sheesh

♬ original sound - LeeThe4th

Even teachers are getting on this trend and I have no idea how to feel about it:

@the_mr_steinerHad to do it ☺️ @reagantidwell ##teacherlife ##teachersoftiktok ##funny ##sheesh

♬ original sound - Steven Steiner

Even parents are using it to their advantage.

@itslisetterenee
##fyp ##foryou ##foryoupage ##sheesh ##sheeshhhhh ##shee ##sheeshhhhhhh ##mom ##hotmomshit

♬ King Julio - Scott

Just in case you are still confused about this, here is a TikTok to explain it.

@knowyourmemeofficialFor more information, check out the Ice In My Veins entry on Know Your Meme! ##knowyourmeme ##iceinmyveins ##sheesh

♬ original sound - Know Your Meme

I am sorry but when I first saw someone do this, I totally believed this was a drug reference. When I explained it to Monika, she thought the same thing. Seriously, I do not care if it is "ice in my veins," this looks and sounds like a scene from Pulp Fiction.

Next time you see a kid on TikTok, just hit them with a "SHEEEEESH" and tell them you are cool. Don't try to explain the drug reference.

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