TikTokers and Twitter users are trying to decode an extremely cryptic video from a woman claiming to be a nursing assistant. It is not going well.
The video, from user @thisis_bex on TikTok, shows a short clip of what appears to be her in the mirror with text over it.
“Imagine how good your life would be if you had a 26yo nursing assistant by your side, now replace S with N,” the text said.
The TikTok has over 5 million views and 123,000 likes with almost 7,000 comments. And no one can figure out what it means.
“Someone please tell me what a nurning anninntant is, I’m loning my mind here!” one user wrote, following her letter replacement suggestion.
“Twenty nix year old nurning annintant by my nide,” said another.
“Nurning? Annintant? Nide?” wrote another.
“I watched this both under the influence and sober and it still doesn’t make a shred of sense,” said a fourth.
Other TikTokers stitched the video asking for further explanation.
The post crossed over onto Twitter, with people equally baffled.
“I will not sleep until I find out what they were trying to say here,” one user wrote.
On her TikTok, every other video by @thisis_bex is being spammed with questions about her cryptic riddle.
“Day 5 of asking for NURNING ANNINTANT explanation,” one user asked.
One user finally came up with what they think is an answer to the video text.
“She’s single, so she’s Ms. Registered Nurses are called RN. If she was by your side, she’d be Mrs. If you replace the S, MRS -> MRN, Medical Registered Nurse (she doesn’t fully understand the title/letter system),” he wrote.
But given that a number of Bex’s videos have scandalous overtones, with ones showing her removing her underwear and pretending to have sex with patients, it might just be a bit of viral promo gone wildly well.
On her own Instagram bio, she does refer to herself as a certified nursing assistant.
But there is also a link to her OnlyFans page.
As one user said, “Guys im starting to think she isnt actually a 26yo nursing assistant.”
Update 10:51am CT, Jan. 12: In a message to the Daily Dot, Bex said that “the answer is that it’s meant to be a brain stump. It doesn’t mean anything.”