YouTube (and the downward spiral that follows)

Let’s talk YouTube. I’m guessing your aware of the infamous website of vloggers, viral videos, and let’s plays. And you may have noticed how easy it is for one measly ¬†BuzzFeed video to end up a marathon of Dan and Phil. In short these funny cat videos are addicting. Like super addicting.

First things first I am most assuredly NOT hating on YouTube. In fact I love the short three minute videos that can turn into hours of binge watching Markiplier. The videos are an easy escape from life, and can easily make you laugh as people yell obscenities at video game. It’s also wonderful to learn about people like you, who have the same hobbies or life story, they can even teach us to be brave using story’s about life, love and, despair.

Number two on my list, why are little kids watching Pewdiepie and Markiplier and all of these youtubers! Many of these videos on YouTube have explicit language, that children may repeat or copy. I’ve started to wonder if parents are aware of the things there kids are watching, then I start to wonder why are they on YouTube anyway?

Overall this thing has gone nowhere. Just a few days ago I couldn’t stop watching Katy Perry music videos for some reason. ¬†Remember to YouTube responsibly, and try not to procrastinate by using this dangerously addictive site. But we all will probably fail.




Sorry about this but…image

Theres a pile of papers

in a binder over there,

I should write on them

with hopeful nonsense.

The blanket over me is warm,

this book is to good to put down,

just one more episode then I’ll be done.

I will start my math.

I will start my history.

I will do my science,

just let me,

read one more chapter,

finish this show,

take a nap.

Then I’ll start my nonsense.

I will start my homework.