YouTube unequivocally wants we to watch this stop-motion film featuring a stranger’s butt

YouTube has 67.3 million supporters on Twitter — and I’m one of them.

For years, I’ve followed a comment to get updates on featured videos, YouTube Red originals and news items.

But on Wednesday, we was repelled to find YouTube’s Twitter comment compelling a boundary of a “perfect stranger.”

On amicable media, YouTube described a charcterised figure as “pale and weird, though infrequently … comforting?”

My initial thought: “WTF?” But alas, we couldn’t ~not~ click.

Turns out, a video is 3 mins long. It facilities a creepy (yet strangely endearing) stop-motion charcterised figure fibbing exposed on a stomach, murmur honeyed nothings to me — and you, if you’re so inclined.

“It’s ok, we can demeanour during my butt,” a figure, uttered by Garrett Davis, says. “I feel like we can unequivocally be exposed around you.”

The figure urges us to demeanour during a nightfall with him. It talks lovingly about my “shapes” (wonder if it’s listened to Ed Sheeran’s “Shape Of You?”) and calls me beautiful. 

It DRAWS me, as if we were in Titanic, staring earnestly during me — maybe into my unequivocally soul.

Image: youtube/screengrab

Do we feel violated? Flattered? Creeped out? Definitely all three, though mostly, I’m captivated. we can’t demeanour away. 

It reminds me a bit of a a internet of yesteryear, in that shorts like “Salad Fingers” and Homestar Runner became kooky viral sensations with no context or justification.

I motionless to Google this peculiar charcterised foreigner to learn more. Turns out, other people had already come opposite a brief on Vimeo — and even combined about it (notably, CNET and AV Club). 

The video, that has amassed roughly 300,000 views on YouTube, was combined by animator Kirsten Lepore

Congrats, Kristen — you’ve successfully confused, amused and uneasy a internet.

Short URL: http://agetimes.net/?p=201499

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YouTube unequivocally wants we to watch this stop-motion film featuring a stranger’s butt

YouTube has 67.3 million supporters on Twitter — and I’m one of them.

For years, I’ve followed a comment to get updates on featured videos, YouTube Red originals and news items.

But on Wednesday, we was repelled to find YouTube’s Twitter comment compelling a boundary of a “perfect stranger.”

On amicable media, YouTube described a charcterised figure as “pale and weird, though infrequently … comforting?”

My initial thought: “WTF?” But alas, we couldn’t ~not~ click.

Turns out, a video is 3 mins long. It facilities a creepy (yet strangely endearing) stop-motion charcterised figure fibbing exposed on a stomach, murmur honeyed nothings to me — and you, if you’re so inclined.

“It’s ok, we can demeanour during my butt,” a figure, uttered by Garrett Davis, says. “I feel like we can unequivocally be exposed around you.”

The figure urges us to demeanour during a nightfall with him. It talks lovingly about my “shapes” (wonder if it’s listened to Ed Sheeran’s “Shape Of You?”) and calls me beautiful. 

It DRAWS me, as if we were in Titanic, staring earnestly during me — maybe into my unequivocally soul.

Image: youtube/screengrab

Do we feel violated? Flattered? Creeped out? Definitely all three, though mostly, I’m captivated. we can’t demeanour away. 

It reminds me a bit of a a internet of yesteryear, in that shorts like “Salad Fingers” and Homestar Runner became kooky viral sensations with no context or justification.

I motionless to Google this peculiar charcterised foreigner to learn more. Turns out, other people had already come opposite a brief on Vimeo — and even combined about it (notably, CNET and AV Club). 

The video, that has amassed roughly 300,000 views on YouTube, was combined by animator Kirsten Lepore

Congrats, Kristen — you’ve successfully confused, amused and uneasy a internet.

Short URL: http://agetimes.net/?p=201501

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