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People Are Using Coded Phrases on TikTok to Let Others Know They’re Suicidal

What to know: TikTok is an app that has gained popularity because of its funny lip syncs, trendy dances, silly videos and challenges.

For parents, it’s an app their kids use with their friends for fun but many don’t know much more than that. However, some TikTok users are sharing videos with coded language that indicate they may be struggling with suicidal thoughts.

Some of these phrases include: “I just told someone my favorite pasta recipe” “I finished my shampoo and conditioner at the same time.” “My Netflix subscription ran out.” The backstory: These coded phrases as a way to communicate suicidal thoughts may seem random, but they come from a popular poem.

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