With many of us spending more time at home, it's become very easy to get sucked into the world of TikTok.
The latest video platform to attract the youth has racked up millions of videos.
And one man showed how his efforts to get down with the kids went very, very wrong.
TikTok user Corey, 24, tried to take part in the 'weighted blanket challenge', which is as odd as it sounds.
It requires someone to throw an approximately 20-pound blanket on their head and try to stand up.
Obviously, it didn't go to plan in the slightest, leaving thousands of people in stitches.
His video capturing the unfortunate incident has been viewed 8.4 million times.
While Corey tells the camera that he wants to see if he can "handle it," his uncle enters behind him, leaving the door open.
You can see where this is going...
After Corey throws a blanket over his head, he stumbles backwards and falls down the stairs.
His concerned uncle can be heard asking "What the hell did you do?" as he looks downstairs.
One person asked: "Am I supposed to laugh or cry?"
Another joked: "And that's on breaking every bone."
A third added: "I'm mortified on your behalf."
Many praised Corey's uncle for his understated reaction, with one fan commenting: "What made me laugh the hardest is that your uncle didn't even try to help or ask if he was okay."
Meanwhile, one woman's ingenious method of ensuring you don't leave the pub thirsty, once the 10pm curfew kicks in went viral on TikTok.
Courtney shows how she can hide more than two cocktails under her arms when leaving the pub to ensure she doesn't have to leave a full drink once the curfew comes around.
The clip, captioned "If I can't finish my drink by 10 then it's coming with me", has been viewed more than 1.2 million times and left viewers in stitches at the woman's hilarious hidden talent.
One commented: "HOW!!! This is like the clown cars that are just never ending."
A second asked: "How did it not spill, pure talent," while another joked: "Definitely needs putting on your CV, not sure what as lol but that's a skill."