By: Sloane Hughes
These Yahoo! Answers Videos Are Still The Funniest Things I ‘ve Ever Seen
Spelling mistakes and syntax errors aren ‘t anything new, they ‘ve been around for as long as humans have been writing words. For most of history though, one ‘s spelling mistakes (most likely) had a pretty limited audience. Unless you were writing a book or an article in a newspaper or something else publicly available, the only person who ‘d catch your goof-ups would be your beloved to whom you ‘re writing long, cursive love letters to, or whatever they did back in the sepia-tone days. Now, thanks to the internet, every single thing you do is extremely public and widely, widely distributed whether you like it or not, which means that anytime you make even the most minor of spelling blunders ‘ or typos, as the kids say ‘ you ‘ve got a whole sea of people ready to jump on it as if it ‘s the single dumbest thing anyone ‘s ever seen.
So let ‘s get one thing straight: unless you ‘re grading a paper or someone messes up your name, pointing out someone ‘s typos makes you a giant tool. Just because you corrected some guy ‘s use of “their ‘, “there ‘, or “they ‘re ‘, in a YouTube comments argument doesn ‘t mean you won.
Compiling a series of misspellings and grammatical blunders into one video and reading them aloud for the purpose of making people laugh because hey, some combinations of letters are just super funny, is totally different and hilarious. This is exactly what one YouTuber, J. T. Sexkik, did a couple of times back 2016, and holy shit, to this day they are some of my favorite goddamn things ever created.
For both videos, he took screenshots of questions various people had asked on Yahoo! Answers, and simply read them out loud. The questions for the first video center around pregnancy, “am I pregnant? ‘ “Could my girlfriend be pregnant? ‘ Things like that. The second video features questions all about ouija boards.
You might be asking yourself, “how many different ways to fuck up the spelling of ‘pregnant ‘ and ‘ouija board ‘ could there possibly be? ‘