Why aren’t we, as consumers and members of the community, questioning that?
Every person I’ve told to read the WSJ article and other articles in the same vein and then watch Pewdiepie’s videos, agreed there’s gross misrepresentation here.
The YouTuber has gained attention for his new public challenge: he will eat a photo of Jason Segel every day until Jason Segel eats a photo of his face.
“I’m sorry for the words that I used as I know they offended people and I admit that the joke itself went too far.”
“Aw hell no!”
*People read this article*
Youtube me: OMG I HAVE HUNDREDS OF STALKERS WHO WON’T LEAVE ME ALONE.
Note to self: become YouTube famous.
We applaud anyone who even attempts to do this. Mainly because it provides us with hours of entertainment, and mainly because it makes us feel better about ourselves.
In fact, if I find that an annoying ad is unskippable, I find myself growing angry with both the company and the product.
You can’t live in fear. Traveling the world has made me a stronger, more independent woman by giving me the chance to break out of my shell and prove that I’m a capable person.