The TikTok comments section is usually as entertaining, if not more entertaining, than the videos on the platform. TikTok users are hilariously creative in their replies, contributing to the endless hours we spend on the app. 

However, some users have begun abusing this treasured section by posting spam comments. Spam comments can be fun if they are the craze at the time, and the overwhelming majority of TikTokers understand them. However, like TikTok videos, spam comments have a life-span, past which they become annoying instead of entertaining. 

‘Brownie recipe’ and ‘remove miner’ comments are perfect examples of comments that need to leave immediately. 

Brownie recipe is a spam recipe that needs work

Most people with the TikTok app have encountered the brownie recipe in the comments section. It consists of the following list:

  • ½ cup butter
  • 2 eggs.
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1\3 cup cocoa
  • 2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ½ cup flour.

The recipe features no instructions on how to prepare the ingredients. 

People who’ve attempted baking brownies with the above recipe have stated that it needs work. One user noted that the formula needs baking soda and a bit of salt. 

We’d advise that you find a legitimate brownies recipe if you want to make delicious brownies. 

Remove miner is a comment advocating for the removal of the gaming character miner on Clash Royale.

‘Remove miner’ or ‘nerf miner’ is a comment on TikTok and Twitter advocating for the removal of the miner character from Clash Royale.

Clash Royale is an app-based game involving the building of armies to battle other troops online. Miners are one of the characters you can use to build a force. 

The ‘remove miner’ comment advocates for the character’s removal. Unfortunately, it has appeared in the comments section of videos unrelated to Clash Royale

We, as well as the game’s creators, have become fed up with the spam comments. Clash Royale posted a video showing the myriad of in-game ways to ‘remove miner.’ If you don’t like the character, don’t use it or, as Clash Royale showed, find ways to eliminate it. 

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