A popular content creator and body modification addict left fans begging for more after she demonstrated tasting two different things at once with her split tongue.
We're not talking the regular combination of eating two different foods and just tasting them as they work together - though there are some pretty epic flavour combos out there. Shoutout to peanut butter and chocolate.
Instead, dreadlock artist Brianna Mary Shihadeh uses the two different sides of her tongue to try two separate foods simultaneously, allowing her to experience different tastes and, for lack of a better word, 'mouthfeel', at the same time.
Admittedly it's a tough concept to get your head around, so check it out for yourself below:
Brianna demonstrated her technique with regular bottled water alongside a fizzy drink, meaning the right side of her tongue got to experience the fizz and flavour while the left was just immersed in some hydrating H2O.
After sharing the video on TikTok, where she goes by the handle @flowerfriendly, Brianna received a request from a follower to try Pepsi and Coca Cola at the same time to see if she could 'taste the difference'.
After giving each side of her tongue a dip in one of the drinks, she concluded that the drinks are 'so similar', saying in a caption that she 'always thought coke was sweeter' but now she believes they 'honestly taste the same'.
The latter clip has racked up hundreds of thousands of viewers from intrigued users begging Brianna to release more videos of her trying two different drinks at once, with one writing: "Please for the love of everything holy do mouthwash and orange juice."
Anyone who's ever made the mistake of drinking orange juice after cleaning your teeth will know that such flavours do not at all work well together, but it would be an interesting experience to see how they compare while tasted separately, but simultaneously.
Another TikToker suggested Brianna try 'orange soda and grape soda', while a third asked for 'milk and orange juice'.
Other commenters simply expressed their adoration for the vides, praising Brianna for creating 'the content [they] need'.
"So many questions in this world and nobody is asking the right ones, until now," one person responded.
Brianna has racked up more than 1.7 million followers thanks to her posts on TikTok, where she also shares insights to her hairstyling techniques and footage of her unique makeovers.
If you have a story you want to tell, send it to UNILAD via [email protected]