my youtube addiction

If you make fun of addicts online, you are a piece of shit. It’s not funny to make fun of people who are struggling with addiction. I’m sick and tired of seeing videos on YouTube of people who are “visibly” addicts getting publicly humiliated and ridiculed. I see the comment sections of videos like that and am sickened. Some people truly forget that the people they are ridiculing in the “smackhead nodding out on bus” or “crack whore in Walmart” videos are real people. Addicts are human beings. We deserve to be treated with respect. We deserve basic human rights.

Addiction is a disease. Being an addict doesn’t make you a bad person. You are not a good person because you don’t do drugs. You’re definitely not a good person if you make fun of sick people who are struggling with a disease.


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AFTER LISTENING TO THIS 3 HOUR VERSION OF ASTA SCREECHING, I only have one question: Tf y'all mean Asta’s yelling isn’t his desperate cries for help?

Because I swear Asta is my internal monologue during a math test.

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anonymous asked:

How would the incuboys react to YouTube for the first time???

Ah, YouTube. My other addiction!

James: At first it had seemed to James that YouTube was just filled with nonsense that was a waste of his time. Then he found a few educational videos and suddenly he was hooked. Reading about a subject, then watching something on that same subject seemed so much more satisfying for him.

Erik: The first video he watched was of a piano composition that seemed impossibly difficult. It hadn’t been Erik’s favorite style of music, but it got him thinking that he could listen to other composers online as well. He often has some videos playing in the background while he moves about the room.

Sam: It’s a guarantee that he spends a lot of his time watching stunts, successful or failed, after discovering YouTube. Sam gets a kick out of watching people attempt things that should be humanly impossible. Then, he goes outside and tries it for himself. Of course, demon powers make everything easier.

Matthew: Things change when he finds out that there were people who played video games and recorded their reactions for YouTube. Suddenly, not only does Matthew want to watch every let’s play ever created, but he wants to make some of his own. He can’t decide between doing recorded videos or live streams.

Damien: There wasn’t much on YouTube that Damien liked to watch when he first discovered it. Someone once linked him to a calming time lapse of nature, but he much rather prefers to be outside in the actual world than staring at it through a screen. He can appreciate some of the music found there though.