This is what you are dislikers!
A commenter uses a metaphor to describe the people who disliked a certain piece of online media.


(permanent link) added: 2011-09-04 12:31:32 sponsor: Matthais123 (last reply: 2011-09-04 12:56:28)

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On YouTube, you can choose to like or dislike the video, and the site keeps track of the likers and dislikers and displays the totals. Usually when there are only a few dislikers, a person who likes the video will compare the dislikers to something. For example, if the video is of a hamster being microwaved, the commenter will say something like, "123 hamsters disliked this" or " the hamster had 123 relatives" or "123 people work for the ASPCA"

This isn't just for videos. It can be for any online media that can be liked, disliked, voted on, or commented on.
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