Stupid, Retarded and downright Ridiculous Youtube Comments

The aim of this website is to document and preserve the most retarded Youtube comments, so that people a hundred years from now can look back and take solace in the fact that the authors of these stupid comments have all since died. Some in horrible car crashes. Some from falling off ladders. Some from choking on peanuts. And some from falling off ladders while choking on peanuts. Thank God for Evolution.

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Facebook chain mail...

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People on Facebook are not even competent enough to copy and paste a piece of chain mail.

12 comments:

  1. And that's exactly why I don't own a facebook account. Probably never will after witnessing this.

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  2. Anon, I'm with you on that. Never will own a Facebook.

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  3. Saw a comment saying if you didn't copy paste this crap, then a boy with no legs or arms will kill you tonight. How can anyone believe this crap... Yeah okay how is a boy with no appendages going to harm me at all. Unless he can float and has spiky tentacles or whatever they make up

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  4. Never used facebook (why should I?), but this is apparently a fake:
    Assuming that Facebook "cuts" off a message always at the same length, thus showing the "see more" button after the same count of word's, the message must have been rid of the "see more" every time someone copied it before having clicked the "see more" link. Clicking on the "see more" link beforehand eliminates the aforementioned and thus also the possibility to copy it. The only way I could think of how this is not fake (but apparently intentional by some member's) is if some parts of the first part are stripped down gradually or (more importantly) at the end of the message something is attached in order to force the appearance of the "see more" link for the next one to copy.
    Just my two cent's

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  5. This both brightened my day and caused me to go into a philosophical conversation with myself over the bleak future of the human race.

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  6. Too clean to be true. Also, notice the lower case 'm' in the actual facebook warning message, and the upper case m inside the message. This is a contradiction, so something is made up here..

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  7. If Stupid Youtube Comments posts a stupid Facebook comment, does it jump the shark? :P

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  8. That's not a chain letter. It's a love story or something.. When you click see more, it will tell you the romantic thing he said or something...

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  9. Anon,I assume the people who make those type of comments either have no life or just seek attention.

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  10. The real question is whether this counts as a copy or if they are now in for bad things…

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    @Anonymous1, Something; actually, not getting an account could be a bad idea because someone else may snatch one up in your name. Cybersquatting is far too common and many have learned this the hard way when trying to obtain a domain-name. If you are (or might conceivably be) at risk for impersonation or have a common name, then it is a good idea to register an account and simply not use it.

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    1. Not people, stupid people.

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