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The Onion News Network Reports YouTube Challenge to Users: Make a Video Worth Watching

Hey, I Take Issue With This News Report!

The masters of satire over at The Onion have this faux news story about a YouTube challenge to its users: Make a video worth watching. The requirement? That it be somewhat watchable, provide a shred of enjoyment for someone other than the people who made the video, that the person who shoots the video have a reason for doing so other than, "I own a camera," and that the person shoots it while sober. Man, they act as if this, this or this never happened! I rest my case.

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foxie foxie 7 years
I agree Francoise! A good percentage of YouTube comments aren't even intelligible. I had never watched an Onion video until their one about Obama-obsessed supporters (still giggling about that one). I guess I owe my husband an apology for telling him that fake news is the dumbest idea ever.
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 7 years
I'd like for the standards for the comments people are allowed to post to be higher.
turtlefreak turtlefreak 7 years
These videos that they are asking for would not even be good enough to watch!! We like the videos where the people are drunk and actin stupid!!
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