Collage featuring two of this week's TikToks

Here’s a Pisces-Themed TikTok Roundup!

Sometimes it feels like this water sign can predict the future...

Words by Ryan Quan

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Pisces are the psychics of the zodiac. This water sign is incredibly empathetic and intuitive. They'll often know you're sad before you even tell them, and they might get a bad feeling about someone before eventually being proven right. Sometimes it feels like they can actually see the future.

Like the other water signs, Pisces are deeply emotional. They often channel their feelings through their artistic endeavors and lofty daydreams. They'll often zone out completely, thinking about something totally unrelated to whatever's happening around them. Because they're so emotional attuned both to themselves and those around them, they might need some time alone to process their feelings.

This Pisces season, take the time to reflect on the past year. This water sign is the last of the zodiacs, after all. Sit back, relax, and enjoy these very Pisces-themed vids as we get ready for a whole new year.

@mandapanda485 I’ve been scared of this for as long as I can remember #fyp #foryoupage #irrationalfear ♬ original sound - amanda
@peternugget me thinking about if i ran into my ex situationship in public #pov #comedy #fyp ♬ original sound - peter nguyen

it’s like it never even happened

♬ original sound - Hanbit

Published on February 23, 2024

Words by Ryan Quan

Ryan Quan is the Social Media Editor for JoySauce. This queer, half-Chinese, half-Filipino writer and graphic designer loves everything related to music, creative nonfiction, and art. Based in Brooklyn, he spends most of his time dancing to hyperpop and accidentally falling asleep on the subway. Follow him on Instagram at @ryanquans.