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I No No Wanna Meaning and Original Meme

On TikTok, you might have seen an “I No No Wanna” comment.

It’s frequently accompanied by a sad face that’s created with a semicolon and a left bracket.

The comment is usually used by users who don’t want to do something.

It is also used when there’s a bad situation and the user doesn’t want it to happen.

Some users use the comment as spam even though the video has no relation to it.

In this article, you’ll learn the meaning of I No No Wanna on TikTok, the original meme, and more.

I No No Wanna meaning

I No No Wanna means that you don’t want to do something because you dislike it or you’re afraid of it.

For example, someone can respond with “I No No Wanna” to a statement like “Time to go to school”.

It’s a cutesy way of saying that you don’t like something and you’d rather not do it.

I No No Wanna (Catchphrase) on TikTok

  • To express that you dislike something and you don’t want to do it.
    • Person 1: “Eat your vegetables”.
    • Person 2: “I no no wanna”.

The phrase is usually accompanied by a sad face that’s created with a semicolon and a left bracket.

Here’s what the comment looks like “I no no wanna :(” when typed out.

The original comment was with an apostrophe that looks like this “I no no wanna :'(“.

I No No Wanna original meme

The I No No Wanna meme originated from a @tnickelss Twitch stream.

In the stream, he created a Google form where viewers can respond to it.

The Google form is about confessing something that you’ve done.

One of the viewers submitted a form with the phrase “I no no wanna :'(“.

Tnickelss responded with “Nobody forced you to confess anything”.

The clip went viral on social media platforms like TikTok, YouTube, and X.

On TikTok, the clip got over 9 million views and more than 1.4 million likes.

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