Trends That Need to Be Left In 2017

No means no. These are the trends that we'll gladly let stay in 2017.
  1. Just Because You Put 'Unicorn' In Front of It Doesn't Make It OK

    From Starbucks drinks to hair colors, let's pray unicorns just remain mythical horses.

  2. The Kylie Jenner Lip Challenge Was Frightening, to Say the Least

    Nowadays, it feels like the conversation around Kylie's lips are a thing of the past. After watching this painful challenge, we'd like to keep it that way.

  3. Say No To Death Pranks

    The YouTube world went into a frenzy, working tirelessly to create new death pranks for their partners to walk in on. Some felt so real and tragic that we think it's best to keep these "pranks" in 2017. #RIP

  4. The Romphim Craze

    RompHims have potential to be poppin'. Some folks can really rock it, but if we had a say, we'd say rompers aren't for everybody.

  5. If It's Not Threading, Waxing Or Tweezing, Leave Your Eyebrows Alone

    If your eyebrows look like Charlie Brown's t-shirt, then we need to talk...or maybe we don't.

  6. Destroying Your Partner's Prized Possession

    The saying goes, "You break it, you buy it." But for these YouTubers, "you break it, you gain millions of followers."

    Whatever the incentive is behind breaking $200 worth of makeup or destroying a practically brand new game system is not completely clear, but we hope to never find out in 2018.

  7. Clear Plastic Clothing Is A No For Us, Dawg

    How and why did this become fetch — and why wouldn't we allow Marques Houston to pull off the same look?

  8. VS. Y'ALL

  9. ASMR Is Oddly Soothing, But Still No

    Why does something this "wrong" feel so right? As weird as it seems, the crunching of pickles is somehow not as bad as it sounds.

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