History Memes / YouTube

18th May '18 9:06:20 AM N1KF
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* A lot of Youtubers make tons of BitingTheHandHumor at Youtube thanks due to many factors relating to them not getting enough money, such as getting their video content ID'd or getting their ads pulled because of something vaguely inappropriate.

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* A lot of Youtubers [=YouTubers=] make tons of BitingTheHandHumor at Youtube [=YouTube=] thanks due to many factors relating to them not getting enough money, such as getting their video content ID'd or getting their ads pulled because of something vaguely inappropriate.



* In 2017 a large number of channels were created that were dedicated to showing videos of child-friendly characters in [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids odd, child-unfriendly contexts, but are clearly meant for kids anyways]]. Many of these videos are poorly done animations, but a few are live-action with people wearing costumes. For some reason many of them star ComicBook/SpiderMan and [[Disney/{{Frozen}} Elsa]] (yes, together), but Disney characters in general, [[WesternAnimation/DespicableMe Minions]], WesternAnimation/PeppaPig, and ComicBook/TheJoker have all appeared in these videos. While parents who let their children watch YouTube were obviously concerned about them coming across these videos, others discussed the fact that [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar the channels only just barely avoided YouTube's content policy due to its algorithms]]. Of course, it's since become a recurring joke among the YouTube community.

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* In 2017 a large number of channels were created that were dedicated to showing videos of child-friendly characters in [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids odd, child-unfriendly contexts, but are clearly meant for kids anyways]]. Many of these videos are poorly done animations, but a few are live-action with people wearing costumes. For some reason many of them star ComicBook/SpiderMan and [[Disney/{{Frozen}} Elsa]] (yes, together), but Disney characters in general, [[WesternAnimation/DespicableMe Minions]], WesternAnimation/PeppaPig, and ComicBook/TheJoker have all appeared in these videos. While parents who let their children watch YouTube [=YouTube=] were obviously concerned about them coming across these videos, others discussed the fact that [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar the channels only just barely avoided YouTube's [=YouTube=]'s content policy due to its algorithms]]. Of course, it's since become a recurring joke among the YouTube [=YouTube=] community.



* "Welcome to the under 301+ club, how tough are ya?" [[labelnote:Explanation]]Until recently, on popular videos, the view counter would pause at '301+' after a video got more than 301 views, while YouTube verified that the views were genuine. It was seen as an achievement to arrive at a video when the counter was lower than 301+, and people who did were regarded as being part of the '301+ club'.[[/labelnote]]

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* "Welcome to the under 301+ club, how tough are ya?" [[labelnote:Explanation]]Until recently, on popular videos, the view counter would pause at '301+' after a video got more than 301 views, while YouTube [=YouTube=] verified that the views were genuine. It was seen as an achievement to arrive at a video when the counter was lower than 301+, and people who did were regarded as being part of the '301+ club'.[[/labelnote]]
18th Mar '18 8:39:37 AM NineballCirno
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** With the release of [[VideoGame/SonicForces]], a new one has risen from the data cesspool that Fist Bump, the main song of Sonic Forces, goes with everything.

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** With the release of [[VideoGame/SonicForces]], ''VideoGame/SonicForces'', a new one has risen from the data cesspool that Fist Bump, the main song of Sonic Forces, goes with everything.
14th Mar '18 12:55:24 AM Pichu-kun
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* On a song about breakups, depression, or other serious topics comments about how the song reminds the of their relationship with pizza, ice cream, or food in general are common.

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* On a song about breakups, depression, or other serious topics comments about how the song reminds the user of their relationship with pizza, ice cream, or food in general are common.
14th Mar '18 12:52:59 AM Pichu-kun
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* ''WebVideo/HitlerRants'': Numerous videos of UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler during a certain scene in the film ''Film/{{Downfall}}'', (where he lays out new deployments to defend Berlin from the advancing Allies, only to be hesitantly told by his commanders that they just don't have the forces left to do it) has been [[GagSub changed]] to alternately-dubbed scenes where he conveys his [[GodwinsLaw hatred and distrust]] of everything from video game consoles to films to politicians to music, and everything in between.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/user/hitlerrantsparodies There is an account devoted entirely for creating these videos]].

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* ''WebVideo/HitlerRants'': Numerous videos of UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler during a certain scene in the film ''Film/{{Downfall}}'', (where he lays out new deployments to defend Berlin from the advancing Allies, only to be hesitantly told by his commanders that they just don't have the forces left to do it) has been [[GagSub changed]] to alternately-dubbed scenes where he conveys his [[GodwinsLaw hatred and distrust]] of everything from video game consoles to films to politicians to music, and everything in between.
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between. [[http://www.youtube.com/user/hitlerrantsparodies There is an account devoted entirely for creating these videos]].






* The [=YouTuber=] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/GamerCreator12345 TREYTheExplainer]] makes videos about science, mainly biology and paleontology (especially dinosaurs). He has a series of videos where he tries to debunk various cryptids. As he theorizes that the Flatwoods Monster and Mothman were simply misidentified owls, it has since become a running gag on his cryptid videos for commentators to post that all cryptids are just owls or that they had hoped the conclusion was that it was an owl.

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* The [=YouTuber=] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/GamerCreator12345 TREYTheExplainer]] WebVideo/TREYTheExplainer makes videos about science, mainly biology and paleontology (especially dinosaurs). He has a series of videos where he tries to debunk various cryptids. As he theorizes that the Flatwoods Monster and Mothman were simply misidentified owls, it has since become a running gag on his cryptid videos for commentators to post that all cryptids are just owls or that they had hoped the conclusion was that it was an owl.
19th Dec '17 5:33:54 PM Foxtrope
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* X in a nutshell. [[StylisticSuck Purposely crappy]] MS Paint drawings (or pasted images) of characters that use Text-To-Speech to explain the game within a minute or so while invoking memes or shots at the game itself. Examples are [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xP0esvCytd4 this,]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBOahJNMfBw this,]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUHGOx3z798 this.]]
18th Dec '17 12:50:34 AM JollyGlider87
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* In 2017 a large number of channels were created that were dedicated to showing videos of child-friendly characters in [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids odd, child-unfriendly contexts, but are clearly meant for kids anyways]]. Many of these videos are poorly done animations, but a few are live-action with people wearing costumes. For some reason many of them star ComicBook/SpiderMan and [[Disney/{{Frozen}} Elsa]] (yes, together), but Disney characters in general, [[Film/DespicableMe Minions]], WesternAnimation/PeppaPig, and ComicBook/TheJoker have all appeared in these videos. While parents who let their children watch YouTube were obviously concerned about them coming across these videos, others discussed the fact that [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar the channels only just barely avoided YouTube's content policy due to its algorithms]]. Of course, it's since become a recurring joke among the YouTube community.

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* In 2017 a large number of channels were created that were dedicated to showing videos of child-friendly characters in [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids odd, child-unfriendly contexts, but are clearly meant for kids anyways]]. Many of these videos are poorly done animations, but a few are live-action with people wearing costumes. For some reason many of them star ComicBook/SpiderMan and [[Disney/{{Frozen}} Elsa]] (yes, together), but Disney characters in general, [[Film/DespicableMe [[WesternAnimation/DespicableMe Minions]], WesternAnimation/PeppaPig, and ComicBook/TheJoker have all appeared in these videos. While parents who let their children watch YouTube were obviously concerned about them coming across these videos, others discussed the fact that [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar the channels only just barely avoided YouTube's content policy due to its algorithms]]. Of course, it's since become a recurring joke among the YouTube community.
10th Dec '17 7:28:00 PM GoldenFootballPlayer
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18th Nov '17 8:09:50 AM Foxtrope
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** With the release of [[VideoGame/SonicForces]], a new one has risen from the data cesspool that Fist Bump, the main song of Sonic Forces, goes with everything.
16th Nov '17 11:27:46 AM spiritsunami
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* Gradually watermelon. [[note]]This line appeared in the Google Translate Sings of Music/EdSheeran's "Shape of You", and was considered so memetically weird even by GTS standards that references to it have appeared in the comments of most of the videos that came thereafter.[[/note]]
14th Oct '17 8:07:42 PM KamiKaze
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* * In 2017 a large number of channels were created that were dedicated to showing videos of child-friendly characters in [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids odd, child-unfriendly contexts, but are clearly meant for kids anyways]]. Many of these videos are poorly done animations, but a few are live-action with people wearing costumes. For some reason many of them star ComicBook/SpiderMan and [[Disney/{{Frozen}} Elsa]] (yes, together), but Disney characters in general, [[Film/DespicableMe Minions]], WesternAnimation/PeppaPig, and ComicBook/TheJoker have all appeared in these videos. While parents who let their children watch YouTube were obviously concerned about them coming across these videos, others discussed the fact that [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar the channels only just barely avoided YouTube's content policy due to its algorithms]]. Of course, it's since become a recurring joke among the YouTube community.

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* * In 2017 a large number of channels were created that were dedicated to showing videos of child-friendly characters in [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids odd, child-unfriendly contexts, but are clearly meant for kids anyways]]. Many of these videos are poorly done animations, but a few are live-action with people wearing costumes. For some reason many of them star ComicBook/SpiderMan and [[Disney/{{Frozen}} Elsa]] (yes, together), but Disney characters in general, [[Film/DespicableMe Minions]], WesternAnimation/PeppaPig, and ComicBook/TheJoker have all appeared in these videos. While parents who let their children watch YouTube were obviously concerned about them coming across these videos, others discussed the fact that [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar the channels only just barely avoided YouTube's content policy due to its algorithms]]. Of course, it's since become a recurring joke among the YouTube community.
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