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Photo: Christian Bertrand (Shutterstock) Young people are all over the place this week, recreating the meals on doomed ocean liners, eating Oreos with mustard, and getting all twee with each other. Here’s everything you should know about. Trend of the week: The return of twee I don’t want to alarm anyone, but the TikTok kids have discovered twee . The regrettable fashion and culture trendlet was hipster-popular around 2008, and featured self-consciously adorable music from Belle and Sebastian, movies like Juno and 500 Days of Summer , and women’s fashion like ballet flats and denim jackets—think Zooey Deschanel in her prime. (I don’t know what twee gentlemen wore, but maybe those popular-for-a-minute waxed mustaches and chunky glasses?) Check out TikTok’s #twee hashtag for more twee than you could ever want, and a look at how the new generation is changing its signature styles. Subreddit of the week: r/Niceguys Reddit’s “niceguys” board isn’t made up of fans of 2016’s Ryan Gosling vehicle The Nice Guys. It’s a subreddit dedicated to dudes who “mistake being spineless and pathetic for being ‘nice.’” The never-ending stream of “funny, cringey images” features all kinds of “nice guy” content, like the important thoughts of this “ literal fedora with arms ,” as well as reports of famous nice guys like ancient electronic musician Moby . Clueless dudes mixing up kindness and weakness maybe deserve some pity, but the obviously sexist jerks who still consider themselves nice do not. And there are a ton of those […]