It’s Not Rude If It’s For Youtube

2 Nov

*Post updated. Please see here.*

This excruciating video was recently posted on another site. I didn’t want to say anything at first because everyone else liked it, but another guy commented how rude it was to the people in the car with her, and that let the floodgates out. 

I don’t know where to begin. Fine. I know I’m going to sound like a bitter old man here, but when did it become “cute” and “fun” to be rude and annoying to other people in order to promote yourself online? And you know what, it would be one thing if it was that 20 year girl doing this for fun. She has an excuse to still be an idiot. *Fuckin’ kids and their damned you tubes.* This cantor woman is over 30! Have some mrrfrrking consideration you *****************.

I’m really tempted to blame it on college life. I know that would be unfair to some college students out there who aren’t spoiled 30 year olds just sitting on their asses learning medieval Jewish cantoring, riding subways during the day for fun, and fucking assistant professors, but being in a sheltered environment your whole life really warps your worldview. You lose touch with reality.

It’s the same thing that pisses me off about the Occupy people. These people can sit out there for weeks on end with Ipads and designer glasses, protesting so that the bad people in suits who go to work everyday should give them more free shit. The most ironic thing about the Occupiers is that 90% of people both agree with what they’re saying and wish they would just shut their whiny Narcissistic mouths and go away.


5 Responses to “It’s Not Rude If It’s For Youtube”

  1. Dan November 2, 2011 at 8:40 pm #

    Me be confused. Who is it rude to?

    • itchemeyer November 2, 2011 at 9:27 pm #

      The people on the subway. Did you see them? Maybe it’s just me though, because I hate people who come on the subway doing their own weird shit very loudly in public. It’s a closed space where everyone is forced to sit for a long time with other people. Be considerate.
      It’s one thing if you’re homeless and have no other alternative. Fine, I’ll tolerate you and give you a buck. But don’t pull you’re own publicity stunt for a half hour just because you can. And if you feel you must, ask people first if they mind or not. Don’t just drop your $50 designer hat and make everyone part of your ‘superfun’ youtube stunt.

      • johnthesavage01 November 3, 2011 at 4:27 pm #

        No. I totally agree with you. It’s like farting on a bus. Everyone has to smell your nasty poop particles because there’s there’s no where else for it to go. She’s forcing other people to hear her and even worse, she’s asking money for it (And, as you said, she clearly isn’t homeless).

        Not only that, but she’s using something sacred to thousands of people and using it to get herself 75 cents. Pretty inexcusable if you ask me.

        • itchemeyer November 4, 2011 at 1:57 am #

          Good point. Something about the singing Akdamus for show felt wrong, but I couldn’t put it into words.

          Oh, and nasty poop particles ftw!


  1. Update on The Rude Youtube Video « yeshivaforum - November 10, 2011

    […] week ago I posted a video here: with an accompanying angry rant. Frumsatire just posted the video and one commenter […]

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