The most recent acronym on TikTok, which has always served as a focal point for the most widely used lingo, is “DTN.” When one trend disappears, a new one quickly replaces it.

One such phrase that has been used on the platform for some time is DTN or DTNFL. But what does that really mean?

DTN stands for Don’t Trust No One, whereas DTNFL stands for Don’t Trust No One For Life.

This trend is being promoted by users who have endured appalling treatment or betrayal from someone they once trusted and cared for dearly. It is also used to underline the need to be independent of others and self-assured in one’s abilities.

The definition of DTN is being investigated because slang predominates on TikTok.

This particular jargon, which has a nice ring to it, can be employed in a variety of situations.

Thinking of starting a collaborative venture? Take a moment and properly investigate your potential partner. Ask them about their long-term goals and the real reasons they have for wanting to work with you. In essence, you should put no trust in anyone and safeguard your finances.

Is someone trying to sell you their old phone for a price that sounds too good to be true? That statement is probably too nice to be true. To prevent getting stuck with old or faulty equipment, don’t rely on anyone and check the equipment yourself.

However, if TikTok posts are to be believed, this phenomenon is mostly being used by individuals who are going through a challenging breakup or heartbreak. Many of these messages appear to imply that men are unfaithful and more likely to cheat; as a result, they warn readers not to trust them and implore them to avoid suffering.



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Additionally, statistics appear to back up this claim. According to the Institute for Family Studies,

The most recent General Social Survey (GSS) data shows that men are generally more likely to cheat than women: 13% of women and 20% of men who were married said they had sex while they were still married to someone else.

The survey found that both men and women cheat more frequently as they get older. According to the report, men between the ages of 50 and 59 are more likely to be unfaithful to their partners than women between the ages of 40 and 49.

Along with the new lingo, other TikTok terms have also become part of online slang and are rising in popularity.

Being the CEO of something, for instance, indicates your expertise in that sector. On TikTok, the abbreviation OOMF, or One of My Friends/Followers, is often used. Truthfulness is denoted by “no cap,” but “spilling the tea” refers to gossiping about someone.