A funny new trend called “2tnslppbntso” is getting much attention on Tiktok.
If you’ve been looking around on Tiktok lately, you might have seen videos of people trying to say, “2tnslppbntso.”
Is it a word, an expression, or a code? Few people know what the word “2tnslppbntso” means or how to say it.
What Does The “2tnslppbntso” Trend On Tiktok Mean?
“2tnslppbntso” is an old Spanish trick you can play on your friends, siblings, parents, and co-workers.
But since it became a TikTok trend, it has been seen by more people who don’t speak Spanish.
When said slowly, the letters in “2tnslppbntso” don’t make any sense.
When spelled out, it sounds like “tu tienes El Pipi Bien Tieso?” in Spanish.
“2tnslppbntso” is only loosely translated into English. “Do you have El Pipi Bien Tieso?” means “you’ve got a very stiff peep.” Yeah, it’s a dirty joke that can be used to make someone feel bad.
Here Are Some Popular Videos From The Trend Explored
Most people who have to say “2tnslppbntso” out loud and then guess what it is are left confused, while the TikTok user who made the video is in stitches.
In the comments section, many people who don’t speak Spanish are left confused, but those who know what it means can’t help but laugh out loud.
Over 1.5 million people have watched a funny video from The Trend that Tiktok user Manie Guajardo made.
Another funny one
Here Are Some More Verbal Jokes Like “2tnslppbntso.”
Need some jokes to break the ice at a party? Or maybe you need some ideas for what to film on Tiktok? Don’t worry; we have more jokes for you. Try this knock-knock joke with a friend:
“Who is it?”
“I Consume a Broom.”
“Who Consumes Mop?”
This next tease is best for people who are older. Tell someone to bend over and then spell “run” with their fingers.
When they spell “run,” it sounds like they’re asking, “Are you in?” Even though that question isn’t dirty, the way it’s asked can make things a little bit awkward.
You can also tell someone to look down at the back of their shirt and spell “attic.”
Ask someone to say “eye,” spell “map,” and say “ness” if nothing else works.
Or, have someone say “ice bank mouse elf” over and over again.
And if you want to make your friends mad, try these things:
Ask your friend how to spell “pots.” Then ask them, “What do you do when the light turns green?” They are more likely to say “stop” than “go.”
You can also ask your friend to say “toy boat” over and over and really fast. Believe it or not, you can’t say that phrase again and again without getting the words mixed up.
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