YouTube Commenters

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YouTube Commenters
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An example of the (old version of Youtube) comment made by a user asking for likes for no reason.
Nickname: Self explanatory
Type: Internet Community
Status: In continuous activity


YouTube Comments are comments that appear mostly on random and various YouTube videos. The YouTube comments are the absolute worst part of The YouTube Community and YouTube in general.

Why They Don't Deserve Likes

  1. They are a part of many toxic fandoms and hatedoms (which are too many to count).
  2. You can find all sorts of bad people populating the comments. Nostalgia-tards, modern-tards, terrorists, SJWs, edgelords, manchildren, alt-righters, sexists, homophobes, ageists, and many more.
  3. Most of them only care about likes as they also fake about having their birthdays only to get more and more likes on their comment.
  4. A lot of them don't tend to respect different tastes and views:
    • If you comment something by expressing your opinion, you can and will get replies that insult you.
    • On negative videos and videos expressing a person's unpopular opinion (if done right), they dislike bomb them and bash the user who made the video.
    • They even go as far as to brainwash others to have the same opinion as them.
    • They are the reason sensitive people refuse to watch their favorite media and some to turn off replies, preventing them from getting friendly replies from other people.
    • They lash out at you if you call them out (if you're not careful with your words).
    • They treat their opinions as facts, and squeeze it in your nose.
    • Flame wars happen anywhere.
  5. They are huge cyberbullies, as they use a lot of bad insults including the infamous autism and cancer insults.
    • Occasionally, they go too far by outright telling people to kill themselves.
  6. Inability to take criticism: Related to the above pointer, they can disparage you if you're not careful with calling them out.
  7. Some of them use poor grammar on their comments.
  8. Some of them are sexist, racist, ageist, ableist, transphobic, xenophobic, homophobic and perverted.
    • Speaking of ageism, they are extremely hostile towards kid YouTubers.
  9. They disliked all of the existing communities on the internet.
  10. Some of the comments they post can be biased.
  11. Most comments they make are extremely repetitive.
    • For example, some people make assumptions on the likes and dislike ratio. These usually go like: "X people missed the like button" or "X disliked this".
      • Some make mean-spirited and biased comments.
        • Some YouTube commenters post comments like "First" on YouTube videos that have no comments, which is, in and of itself, very annoying.
  12. Tons of circle-jerking and bandwagoning, whether the comment they write is annoying or innocent.
  13. Some of them have inappropriate profile pics.
  14. Some of their usernames are stupid, impersonating, or downright ridiculous (for example, there's a user named BOB IGOR RUINED STAR WARS AND NOT JUST KATHLEN).
  15. Another problem is a group of people (nostalgiatards, edgelords, bandwagoners, rabid haters, blind fans, etc.) who populate certain types of videos (classic media, entertainment, animals, blogs, modern media, anime, etc.). They love to circlejerk and brag about the things they adore so much and complain, or rant about the things they hate. You can almost never go scroll down the comments peacefully without spotting one or more of some of the collective writing annoying comments and that either you stay away from the video for good or have an urge to call them out.

What Gives Them Likes

  1. Thankfully, sane and nice commenters still exist on YouTube.
  2. Some comments by them can be hillairous.

Videos

I Hate Everything's Rant on YouTube Comments