25 Fads That Are Now A Common Part Of Our Daily Culture

Every month or so brings about new trends or fads within our culture. Some of these trends come and go in a blink of an eye, and we don’t think about them again. Others have a tendency, for better or worse, to stick around like gum on the bottom of our shoe. Did you know that the internet was originally thought to be a passing trend? What about hashtags and Twitter? Even diamond engagement rings and skateboarding started out as seemingly passing phenomena. Want to know what else started out as a fad? Read on to see 25 Fads That Are Now A Common Part Of Our Daily Culture.

 

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25

Movies about Steve Jobs

Steve JobsImage: wikipedia

Pirates of Silicon Valley, Jobs, Steve Jobs. But why are we surprised? Everyone knows that Apple fans like to buy the same thing every couple of years.

24

Skateboarding

Skateboarding

What was initially created by surfers to kill boredom during periods of low surf has become an entire sport of its own and spawned its own subculture.


23

Texting

TextingImage: pixabay

Back when everyone had flip phones it was such a pain, but then phones got smart. The great thing with texts is that there’s no obligation to reply immediately.

22

Crossfit

CrossfitImage: wikipedia, Source: reddit

In spite of its fad-like culture, it has persisted.


21

Bae

Bae memeSource: wiktionary

Next time someone says this, tell them it’s the Danish word for poop.



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