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What is the ‘Sukuna Jar Incident’ TikTok trend as Jujutsu Kaisen meme goes viral

The Sukuna Jar Incident is the latest TikTok trend currently going viral across TikTok and other social media platforms, find out more about its origins and spread below

While some TikTokers have been going around this month urging people not to look up the ‘Sukuna Jar Incident’, it has sparked widespread attention.

What is the ‘Sukuna Jar Incident’ TikTok trend video as Jujutsu Kaisen meme goes viral

TikTok has been the go-to platform for thousands of trends and memes over the years, and the above-mentioned trend is the latest to join in.

The Sukuna Jar Incident origin explored

The ‘Sukuna Jar’ is a viral trend involving a photo of a figurine of popular anime character Jujutsu Kaisen, locked in a jar with a ‘white liquid’. The white liquid is presumably bodily fluid. As of now, the exact origin of the original photo remains unknown. However, the photo was first featured on a TikTok video dated March 14, 2024. A TikToker by the name of @kur0angel first posted it with the title:

Things I Wanna Put In My Mouth.”

The video showcased an image of a Sukuna figurine locked in a glass jar with a white liquid. The liquid was pooled at the bottom, and there were various images of desserts alongside it. Notably, the photo has many similarities to various other “Jar Incidents,” like the Gojo Figure and the Pony Jar Project.

The Sukuna Jar Incident online spread explored

Ever since the original video was uploaded, discussions and memes about the trend have gone viral, particularly on TikTok. On March 16, 2024, a TikTok user named @comradealan posted a meme reacting to the incident. Following this reaction, several other reactions started spreading online.

Related memes

The trend has sparked all sorts of memes in the form of videos across social media, particularly on TikTok. On March 16, 2024, a TikToker with the handle @gojosilly made a TikTok video with the caption “Guys I’m crying there’s a Sukuna Jar Incident.”

The post gained over 340,000 views in a span of just two days. A TikToker named @oreo.sansx posted another reaction video to the original video, on March 16, with the caption “Someone help, I accidentally saw the Sukuna Jar incident video.”

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