Top Ten Most Popular Trends of the 2010sAs a kid in the 2010s, and for you other kids of this decade, I think we all remember times when something was super popular in school and kids wouldn't shut up about it and it would take months for kids to shut up. Remember it? Yeah, me too. As this list is made, we're still in the 2010s, but we are in 2019, and this decade has been full of different trends here and there. Which one was the absolute biggest? That's why I made this list. This is a list of the most popular trends that caught people's interests the most, so with that being said, here's the list
The Top Ten
Fortnite, definitely one of the most recent trends. You can't deny how much fame it has got for the past year. This trend was basically the only thing most people talked about and cared about for the entire of 2018, despite the video game itself being released in 2017. Fortnite spawned tons of youtubers and made tons of youtubers relevant as well who got incredibly popular by playing this game, such as Ali-A, Ninja and DanTDM (the latter was relevant before Fortnite too but he still played Fortnite tons)
The game started out with just save the world and then as soon as battle royale starting existing it blew up and ali-a was relevant before fortnite
Since the release of this game, it became more than viral and it's gaining excessively but undeserving attention. But to put that aside, Fortnite is basically the new wave of gamers.
I'm calling it, this is going to become the next Call of Duty.
More like the least popular
I remember fidget spinners in 2017 I saw lots of them in my schools
Fidget Spinners. Gotta be honest this might be the absolute most popular trend of the entire 2010s. Not gonna lie, but I myself have two of these. A gold one and a "camoflauge" blue. Anyways, this surely was a trend a lot of people have heard about. It's kinda impossible to not have heard anything about these spinners. Especially if you're a guy / girl in school. A trend that started in the beggining of 2017 and went on for a long while, everyone took their spinners to school and showed them off and compared each others spinners and stuff
These toys are extremely popular. They're overrated, but they're still decent toys.
Unfortunately, there are still a TON of YT'ers who do this, including ( but not limited to )...
The Norris Nuts ( make challenges that embarrass themselves and their entire family, immature, and stupid )
Collins Key ( mostly food challenges, though )
Gotta admit this is one of the worst trends to be honest. You basically do some sort of challenge that has become popular on the internet and you pray you will survive. A lot of these challenges are downright dangerous and can cause you to die (tide pod challenge anyone? ). It's luckily one of the less popular trends
Most of the internet challenges are either stupid or dangerous. Don't do these bad challenges.
Worst trend off all time. People trying to get views by doing dangerous and stupid challenges.
I don't use Instagram, Twitter, or FaceBook, but I DO use Quotev and Tumblr.
Everyone uses them.
Edit: most people do.
Why is this not at the top?
Everyone has one now.
Yeah, we’re now in a world where everyone owns a smartphone m.
Oh, I mean we're now in a world where most people own smartphones, my bad. - JoeBoi
Some may last for a long time, some of them died pretty quickly.
I love memes, even some of the dead ones.
memes are funny
MEMES ARE LIFE lol
I used to do this when I was younger, now I look back and cringe. Doesn't help that two of my younger sisters occasionally dab repeatedly.
The worst trend ever. I even made the stupid move of making a list on how annoying it was after the trend died
A 2016 trend, dabbing is one of the very few trends that I actually did use to follow and imitate. But that's because I was a pre-teen and didn't know any better. Dabbing is some sort of move where you look down and raise there arms sideways, you know what, I'm terrible at explaining. Just look at the pic and see it yourself. It dominated the media back in 2016
It's gone full circle at this point, now people do it as an ironic joke!
Adele is the most iconic of this decade according to many critics and audiences. There's also Bruno Mars which is another one of those critical singers as well. Imagine Dragons has a different story in a unique situation with critics but they're unique and also a fresh audience choice. Beyonce is another example of a critical singer. David Bowie's final album blackstar is an icon too especially when it was released 2 days before his death. Kendrick Lamar is the most iconic rapper of this time and he's super critical. And Tame Impala which should have been one of them. And that is that.
I like these artists you mentioned. Adele has a great voice, Bruno Mars has catchy songs, Imagine Dragons are good, although I'm not a fan of Beyonce. Kendrick Lamar is also a pretty good rapper.
Music of the 2010s is not somewhat of spoken about trend, but you can't deny that it's one of the biggest ones. Considering it's on the radio and most kids and school play it and stuff it's hard to escape it. Lots of artists such as Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Lil' Pump, Nicki Minaj, Miley Cyrus and Tekashi69 are a few examples of very mainstream music artists that became relevant in the 2010s
Went from tweeny pop to mumble rap.
Justin Bieber isn't even the worst artist of this decade. Nicki Minaj, Cardi B, Lil Pump etc are worse. Not saying that they are the worst, I just don't like their music.
I remember when kids always bottle flipped in my school in grade 12
A skill / luck based trend which involved you throwing up a bottle in the air making it rotate, and if you had luck I suppose, it would land on its base. This is one of the few trends on here I cared the least about and overlooked it a lot because I was more into dabs back then. although looking back bottle flipping is a much less cringer trend, if cringe at all
I remember when people did this in 2016
I still do that sometimes.
I remember this trend I 2016 when lots of people played it I heard of people getting hurt playing it
Every time I wanted to try this game, I ended up deleting the app. It's not even a good game, at all.
Everyone knows Pokemon GO. At least kids and young adults of the 2010s. Everyone has played this game or at least heard of it once. It dominated humanity back in July 2016 when it was first released and it started to have its own culture. Me myself am one of the many billions of people who played this game, but one of the few people who actually chosed Team Instinct, the yellow team, the least picked of the three gym teams. As time has went by the game has recieved tons of updates and new pokemon, the first one though which is what made me stop play the game because the updates made the game unplayable
A game who tried to be good, but extremely failed.
Personally it used to be a good game but then with all updates it got ruined
Vines. No, not those type of vines you find in the jungle and stuff. It's another type of vine, if a "vine" at all. It's basically videos that are a few seconds put into one big video which is meant to be humourus and getting people to laugh, although in my opinion they are just stupid and I never get it. It's not one of those talked about trends really but it's a trend
vine should comeback
Vines+Youtube Poops+420Memes+Offs=The Birth of Dank Memes
It's the 2nd best-selling video game of all time behind Tetris and an important part of many of our childhoods. Even today, you can still see it being talked about from time to time.
A video game so popular. Kids decided to mess around with it.
A game where the love went too much.
To be honest I love this game quite a lot still
I remember this trend I hated the song at the time of the trend
Lots of people don't remember Gangnam Style anymore, but when it was a trend, I mean it. People were crazy about it. It's a song released in late 2012 by the music artist PSY. Now I know this item ties with "2010s Music", however that item was mostly just about average songs that you heard on the radio. This one was crazy though
Everyone was going crazy over this song.
Shrek has never been a trend. It has been a sacred entity for millenia, and manifested itself in movie form in 2001. Now it manifests itself through the people of Earth.
Shrek is love, Shrek is life!
A big but annoying trend.
I caught one of my sisters standing on her chair and flossing AND dabbing at dinner time, and I almost threw my fork at her.
At least it requires some skill compared to other trends. Still, super cringe
I hate this
E and my lif
"I have a peen, I have an apple. Ugh, apple pen". Does that sound familiar? I bet it does for you. This was a one big trend that occured in late 2016 and it's basically a song that consists of some dude blending apples, pineapples and pens into one thing, such as apple pens and pineapple pens. It's as generic as it can get as well to be honest. It's one of the lesser known trends on here but it deserves a mention as well
I have a pen, I have an apple. UGH! Apple pen! I have a pen I have pineapple. UGH! Pineapple pen. Apple pen, pineapple pen! UGH! Pen Pineapple Apple Pen!
These are old recordings from a bygone era.
I loved this!
I like Netflix.
I love netflix
Imagine finding Tiktok good. Seriously, why would you even use this abomination?
I don't know, but not me. It's beyond me how it had over 700 million downloads. - Bammer73
The ONLY good users on there are King Science, Tooty McNooty, and AlexRabbit. They're all animators. The people who draw stuff on TikTok are fine, though. But the rest of the community... no.
Oh god no. Yes, it is a trend, but it is really annoying
I hate my life
This song's no longer relevant. Soon enough, it will be completely forgotten. This song started to become popular in June 2017 and its popularity lasted until the end of the year. In 2018, It started to become less and less popular. Now, it's completely irrelevant.
Hope this song will die soon.
Aka people with depression fetishes.
Stupid and cringeworthy
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