1. Short, 1 to 3 syllable comments. These are usually positive, but are still retarded.
2. Advertisements of any kind. Usually for crappy porn sites, or for other YouTube channels.
3. Negative criticism. While this isn't usually a bad thing, the highest level of criticism on YouTube consists of insulting someone else's sexuality
4. The insane, rambling argument. These are most common on religious and political videos, and always against the ideologies espoused in the video. Often it starts out somewhat sane, but quickly declines into runon sentences about government mandated brain control.
1. i like it.
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3. dat vid suked ur gay u faget i suk off ur mom every nite
4. if the govnrenment didnt do 911 how com it happend on 911 it was a plan orcastrated by the us wiht help of new world order organization ho put fluorine in water 2 kil kidz mercury injections chemtrails evil jewish space aliens jfk moon landing was actually venus glucose is lethal RISE UP VOET 4 RON PAUL
Everybody is prising him but he is a man with a lot of debt! He loves his family but what did he left the family with? Moneytrouble!! pffffff
In reality: A complete annex of reality where factual accuracy, literacy, mutual respect and general good will are almost completely devoid. The closer a video touches upon religion, national identites and race, the more ludicrous and profane the comments section will be.
Common inhabitants (and often combatants) of this inhospitable environment are:
Zealot the Cleric, Professor Know-it-all, Professor Wiki-it-all, Armchair Activist, Keyboard Patriot, xxxEmoKidxxx, Blatant Illiterate (aka The Child who was Left Behind), Raging Homophobe, Capt. Conspiracy Nut and Sir Lastword of Ihavenojob-shire.
Person B: "Have you been at those youtube comments again?"
Cool video. 5/5
OMG I likke dis vid ts soooo grewat!!!
The comment section on YouTube is truly despicable, mainly due to a lack of moderation by the staff, video owners, and etcetera. True, the occasional intelligent person will seemingly slip through the waves of unintelligible jargon that YouTube renders endlessly, but they are often rare, like finding a lonely message in a bottle, floating among the waves in a sea of urine.