Youtube comments were never particularly deep or engaging, but ever since the site went from a one to star five rating format to the thumbs up or down the comments have gotten progressively more and more annoying, especially when you see the highest rate so easily. Whether it’s someone thinking that they’re the cleverest person around or a typical Justin Bieber remark, here are the most annoying Youtube comments you’ll see.
Justin Bieber comments are without a single doubt that most prevalent and annoying of all the Youtube comment archetypes. They’re usually found on a videos with low view counts with the user remarking how they can’t imagine how many views that particular video has in comparison to the few hundred million views a Bieber video has. Whether you’re a part of the outright hatred or not, most people don’t go to a Korn video to see someone make a remark about Justin Bieber. As you’ll probably see in the plethora of comments, why is the boy on your mind in the first place? It also truly isn’t his fault he’s a adolescent sensation in this era of instant communication.
Referencing the down votes is another popular form of comment and extra annoying since it usually is combined with a Justin Bieber comment for maximum irritation. Not all of these comments are annoying; in fact, every once in awhile they’re actually rather clever but when combined with the dozens that are absolutely terrible it’s pretty easy to get sick of them. If someone could explain why it’s always Justin Bieber fans that dislike your favorite video in droves, this will gladly be replaced. Even the simpler ones have already gotten old. No, no one hit thumbs down by accident, they hit thumbs down because they know they’d piss off a few morons on the internet.
Chain letter-type comments are pretty annoying as well. Not the type that tell you your mother is going to die unless you post this on ten videos, but the type that you usually find on classic rock or heavy metal videos. They usually entail you say (insert name of new singer), I say (insert name of old band) for about ten lines then chuck up some random percentage about how teens have turned away from good music with the usual ending insisting that it be reposted elsewhere. If every one of those comments simultaneously exploded it wouldn’t be a bad thing.
Hidden Meanings explained in comments are becoming more and more annoying with each new video. Though they’re not as commonplace as the others they’re starting to grow. Jay-Z and everyone associated with him has always been accused of dealing with the occult and being a part of the illuminati but now its branching off into other artists. Lady GaGa, who has enough dislikes is now apparently being accused of insulting Christianity. It never ends.