Have you heard… Fidget Spinners, Dabbing, whip and nae nae? They are all things that rapidly become popular and so become a trend. Trends are something that reflect a mass of popularity. Here are some examples of trends.
Dabbing is this new sort of dance move where both hands point in the same direction with your head nearly resting on your arm,(Do a Dab). You probably know what Dabbing is. Well dabbing is a dance move and also a playful gesture. In 2015 dabbing rose to popularity it is a big trend all around the world.
Whip and Nae Nae
Silento, a well known artist of the song Watch Me. In the song, whipping and nae nae were the core dance moves. Whip and nae nae is a fun dance move to do at home or with friends.
Fidget spinners are a popular trend all over the world. Fidget spinners help people that fidget. Fidget spinners (apparently) help with focusing and concentrating (yeah right).
Some schools have banned fidget spinners because they are to distracting and too noisy.
Get out fidget spinner and spin it yeah they are quite addicting and you can't stop spinning them.(Put fidget spinner away).
fidget spinners became popular this year. They were not available in all the shops they are in now and so people sometimes sold them for a quite high price sometimes at ten dollars but now they are available in warehouse, paperplus, whitcoulls and sometimes even in supermarkets (crazy I know) For a much less price at four to six dollars.
Trends can also be songs. some popular songs are Despacito, shape of you, Watch me, and a whole lot of others that are on the top 200 lists. Some songs are big hits on you tube some with over a billion views. Gangnam style was a massive trend but people started losing interest in 2014 to 2015.
Clothes and fashion are an area that reflect trends really closely. Clothes and other trends can become popular very quickly but they can also become unpopular very quickly. Trends can change.
Well trends are all over the place there will always be a new trend somewhere in the world. Out with the old and in with the new. Have you heard.