'Garbage trends' clog the internet — and they may be here to stay

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The recipe for tomato feta pasta that briefly took over TikTok comprises of oven-roasted feta, tomatoes and garlic, which is mixed with pasta and topped with parsley. Carolyn Lessard/AP

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Happy one year anniversary to when sea shanties briefly took over the internet!

NPR was among the media organizations hyping the charming online phenomenon in January 2021 of people belting out maritime folk songs. After the inevitable wave of remixes and parodies, the trend quickly died.

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