The tense climate from not knowing the presidential results has taken a strain on many, but TikTok users are taking that tension and turning it into views and likes, with a dash of escapism.
Everyone needs a break from the news now and then but if breaking away feels impossible, these TikTok users will get you laughing while keeping you engaged.
Here are a few TikToks by Texans to make you laugh a little.
'The swing state wait'
'The paint bucket'
Who is running again?
Election at UT
No double votes
But once it's all over...
With new information coming in constantly and recounts looming, the election results could be a ways away or they could be right around the corner—it's 2020 after all.
There is nearly nothing Texas loves more than its Saturday game days, and according to Texas Athletic Director Chris Del Conte, Longhorn fans can plan to pack the stands again in 2021—pending herd immunity.
- Longhorns band will not play "Eyes of Texas" at football game ... ›
- Texas Longhorns football coach Tom Herman job on the line after ... ›
- Excitement, tensions build as Austin expects 18k fans at first Texas ... ›
Journalists at the Austin American-Statesman and its six community newspapers won the right Wednesday to negotiate for a union contract.
The National Labor Relations Board in Fort Worth tallied the results of a newsroom election, in which 36 employees voted in favor of union representation and 12 voted against. The NLRB still must formally certify the election.
- New media company to cover soccer all across Texas - austonia ›
- Austin American-Statesman offers employees voluntary buyouts ... ›
- 7 Austin American-Statesman newsroom staffers laid off - austonia ›
- Manny Garcia to replace Statesman editor John Bridges - austonia ›
- Austin American-Statesman staff ask Gannett to recognize union ... ›
In early February, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk told fellow Texas transplant Joe Rogan that Austin was the "biggest boomtown that America has seen in half a century."
Days later, thousands across the city had no access to running water or power as Winter Storm Uri devastated the region.