What is the Forest Question on TikTok? Relationship test goes viral

. Last updated: July 24, 2022

TikTok users are loving a new relationship test called “Forest Question,” in which people ask their partners a series of abstract questions and use the answer to analyze their relationship. Here’s everything you need to know.

There is demand for just about every type of content on TikTok, and one topic that gets millions of likes and views is dating and relationships.

Whether it’s love advice, dating failed stories, or trends to do with your partner, viewers love interacting with this relatable content.

The latest trend making the rounds on the app is called “Forest Question” and seems to have been popularized by TikToker user julieandcorey, inspired by the book “Kokology”.

The premise of the trend is simple: one person asks their partner a series of questions about a forest, including what animals they can see, whether or not they enter a hut, how to enter the hut, and how much water is in a jug you.

They will then use their partner’s answers to infer things about their relationship. For example, the first animal they see supposedly represents the person answering the questions, and the second animal represents who is asking them.

The hut is also meant to represent how ready the person is for the relationship, with the amount of water in the jar symbolizing how much love the respondent feels in the relationship.

Julieandcorey’s video of them performing the test on their partner has already received over a million likes and almost 8 million views, and several people are going to try this test on their partners as well.

This isn’t the first relationship test of this kind to go viral on TikTok. Earlier this year, users tried the viral “Strawberry Test” on their partners, which had similar logic to the “Forest Test” except that all of the questions related to a strawberry field.

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Emma James

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