Gold stars all around!
Gold stars all around!
“I would like to send you a memory.” Buried deep within the internet’s most notorious comment section lies a treasure trove of personal stories that prove the power of pop music better than any video ever could.
The YouTube account Dead Parrot contains brilliant reconstructions of YouTube’s most absurd conversations. Warning: The videos contain explicit language.
The latest in the “old men reconstruct internet arguments” series by Dead Parrot is another triumph.
Featuring a dramatic reenactment of YouTube comments, the college kid who tried to bash his head through a coffee table, and Harry Potter’s adventure at Penn Station.
Let’s take a walk down memory lane.
Picasso had it so easy.
Obviously, every single one of these is horrible and NSFW.
The comment sections on YouTube videos aren’t known for their intelligent discourse, unless you consider extreme racism and homophobia intelligent discourse. But every now and then, a real gem will shine through.
These are some unrealistic time tables. Music montages have to be partially to blame for our instant gratification society.
You will laugh.
Usually Youtube comments are horrible, but sometimes something magical happens and a comment changes the whole video.
Could this be the future of songwriting? Let your fans write the lyrics - you’ll end up singing about chickens, and poop.
FIRST!!!!!!!!!1!1 Is this how Google is planning to deal with terrible commenters in YouTube’s future?
Believe it or not, sometimes YouTube comments are funny. View List ›
A profound commentary on inane Youtube comments and Internet justice. For fans of grammatically incorrect youtube comments, laser beams, and spinning newspaper graphics. Watch Video ›
Tired of having to come up with your own juvenile responses to someone’s YouTube video? Now you can insult someone just like an angry 8-year-old (or the average YouTube commenter) with just the click of a button.
YouTube comments will always be the worst. View Image ›
So this is your typical movie ad…except the blurbs are from YouTube commenters. Ha! My favorite is: “Hope the weather is nice so I can ride my Norton to the theatre.” YouTube is nicer in Canada, apparently. View Image ›
Firefox extension that filters YouTube comments based on grammar, spelling, punctuation, and capitalization. We need this for the entire internet. Read More ›