From his video on Rob Ford, the then-mayor of Toronto:
"Does this guy look like a crack addict to you? (shows a picture of a female crack addict) Most crack addicts are twitchy, skinny fuckers. (shows a picture of Rob Ford, with the caption "Stereotypical Bacon Addict") But Rob Ford looks like he has never missed a meal; it looks like he's invented a few others".
"Everyone seems to have an opinion, ranging from having him removed from office to public hanging, which you really need some strong rope for. Plus, he doesn't even have a neck."
Later, in the "Body Shaming" video, Buckley shows two photos of a person holding a beer, one with Rob Ford and the other with a bikini-clad girl. Buckley then asks "Which one of these photos makes you more excited to have a beer?", and claims "If you said the Rob Ford one, you're a filthy fucking liar".
"They're laughing at how obsessed you are over sweaty men who shower together after they spend all day falling on top of each other."
The entire' "Buckley Sells Out" segment in "Selling Out". From Buckley's cursing being censored (to where it becomes a Cluster Bleep Bomb), to his endless shilling of Burger King and bashing on McDonald's (to the point where the red/white cross symbol in "DOSE" is replaced by the Burger King logo), it's a downright hilarious depiction of what would happen if Buckley really did sell out.
Buckley:"'Paulk has a medical condition that impairs her vision and hearing, and her guide dog, Gemma, is referred to as the "seeing iDog."' (laughs) Oh, man, 'seeing eye dog'...FUCK YOU, TIM! FUCK YOU!"
In the Kaley Cuoco video, he rips on a particular part of Redbook which says to "add an avocado to your sandwich" as one of 28 things to do in February, and emphasizes that people who look for intellectually stimulating arguments about advancing females in today's society, in Redbook, are dumber than people who need a whole page to figure out how to add an avocado in their sandwich.
Buckley attempts to pronounce the mineral unakite as Unikitty, and said character appears with the caption "Please don't use me for 'self-love'".
In the same "healing stone" listing, the seller claims that obsidian is used to bring good fortune and prosperity, and Buckley states it can also be used to build a portal into the Nether.
The existence of Larry, The Legal Eagle. For a good cause, of course, but worth a giggle or two simply because of the musing of an eagle giving you various bits of legal advice.
In "Child Molesting Priests", he puts up a list of the World's Most Disturbing Crimes where he lists "Forcing Someone to listen to Kesha" as one of them.
In his first video on gay marriage, he points out the irony of New York Giants player David Tyree complaining about gay marriage as he has made a living off "catching and not letting go of balls" while showing pictures of football players tackling each other.
In his video about rap dances, he showcases several rap-dances and comments on them
Saying that the dance based off Weekend at Bernie's looks like someone having a stroke and if he saw someone doing it, he'd call 911.
Stating that the "Stanky Leg" sounds like someone has a smelly, wounded leg
Buckley: What the fuck is that thing that repeats over and over during the song? Sample: One big room, full of bad bitches. Buckley: One big pool, full of fat fishes? (Sample is played again) One big room, full of fat bitches? (Sample is played a third time) One big girl, full of sandwiches?
After a string of backlash he got from angry fans of the songs he listed on his Worst Songs of 2010 & 2011 videos, he took their hate comments and made them eat their own words with comedic results.
"Ten Worst Songs of 2012":
On Madonna's "Give Me All Your Luvin'":
"[Madonna] had better give up now, call it a career, before she releases 'Like a Geriatric'."
Buckley comments on what "Whistle" is about
"How fucking novel. It's a song about blowjobs."
"Good one, Flo Rida, now soccer moms are singing along to songs about blowjobs with their 8-year-old kid in the back seat."
"Ways Trinidad James may have become rich before starting his rap career" (in regards to how "All Gold Everything" is bragging about his wealth... even though it's basically his first commercialized song)
Was he secretly a doctor by day and investment banker by night before he started his rap career?
This gem at the end of his Honorable Mentions, on Ace Hood's "Bugatti":
Ace Hood: "I woke up in a new Bugatti! (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!) I woke up in a new Bugatti-!"
Buckley: "Well get the fuck out of it, and stop passing out at the luxury car dealership! Get your own fucking home!"
"Ten Worst Songs of 2014":
After pointing out that both Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger wrote "Hello Kitty" (the #1 song on the list), he shows a huge plea written to them, asking—nay, begging—them to never, ever, EVER have sex.
Then he says that the offspring (or rather the material it'll produce) would be more horrifying than a horde of Directioners surrounding you while you're holding a single signed photo of a shirtless Niall.
Justin Bieber: ♪ My life is a movie... and everyone's watching. So let's get to the good part... and past all the nonsense.♪ Buckley: If Justin Bieber's life is a movie and I was forced to watched it, I would've walked out 15 minutes in and asked for a refund.
Buckley changes the song's title to "I'll Show You How Many Excuses I Can Come Up with in 3 Minutes".
Buckley's deviation from his normal "Musical Autopsy" catchphrase at the end:
Buckley: This has been Musical Autopsy. Fuck your mother!
In the Musical Autopsy of True Love:
Buckley: Lily Allen - the voice of an angel and the mouth of a sailor! What's not to love?!?!
From his musical autopsy of "Grenade":
"This sounds like it was written by Dr. Seuss in his Emo years. 'I would get blown up by a grenade/I would impale myself on a blade/I would jump in front of a moving train/I'd even get shot right in my brain'.
Buckley's bafflement on Bruno Mars catching a grenade.
"Are you trying to woo some girl in a warzone?!"
He claims that Bruno was high when he wrote the song.
From his autopsy of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble":
"Drop that beat, Taylor!".
"You don't need [a telescope] to see this coming a mile away", referring to Taylor yet again writing another song about feeling sad about boys.
Buckley refers to Taylor's entire discography (as of 2012) as "I'm Sad About Boys Vol 1-4".
Buckley claims he would haunt his hypothetical kids if they didn't mourn his death more than they mourned Zayn leaving 1D.
Ghost!Buckley: Hey! Remember when Zids, or Xian, or Zork or whoever the fuck left that band, and you cried, and you couldn't eat or drink for like two days? And then I died a few years later, and you stopped for tacos after the funeral? Yeah, well fuck you! I'm gonna make sure every house you live in creaks and has doors slamming in the middle of the night until you end up in a fucking mental institution, which is where I wanted to put you back when you were crying about some pop singer, but your mom said it was just a phase.
His tombstone reads: "His last words were: 'how the fuck are there still no flying cars?!'"