5 Videos you Wish you'd never seen, on Youtube
  • Videos
  • Music
  • New & Trending
  • Games
  • Community
  • Shop
  • Categories
Print Friendly and PDF Version

Jun 18, 2011

5 Videos you Wish you'd never seen, on Youtube

Have you ever seen a video that was so bad you wanted to upload a video-reply telling everyone how bad it was?
If so then please don't, and instead let me waste some of your time with 5 Video clips you wish you hadn't watched, from Youtube. If you're smart you don't watch any of them, and just skip to the comment section =D

#5 - BeenerKeeKee Singing Teenage Dream

I don't think I need to explain much.

#4 -  Struttin' That Ass - Remix - This video is one of the worst because theres a chance you might get this tune or image stuck in your head.

I'm sorry about that.

#3 - Justin Bieber ft. Ludacris - Baby
Currently the second most thumbed down video, almost everyone who watched this video wish they didn't. The only video that has received more thumbs down than this one is:

#2 - Rebecca Black - Friday

It's the most hated Youtube video ever!  And Rebecca Black decided to remove it from youtube.
Friday No More: Rebecca Black Takes Down Her Hit YouTube Video (mashable.com)

I think it was a good idea.

#1 Charlie Bit me - Yes, we've heard it already!

Somehow this video has broken all kinds of records, and thanks to YOU it still shows up on all kinds of top charts. The original is reaching 400 million views, with thousands of spawns and clones; at this rate, in a couple years, it will have been seen by the whole world twice. At some point it might become the #1 video you wish you didn't keep seeing on youtube.

Leave a comment below if you wish to waste our time with some videos we wish we never saw!

Nickolai Gibson

This article was written by Nickolai Gibson. A Tubeblogger and video editor who loves video gaming, technology, and YouTube videos.

Subscribe to the Best of Youtube - Category from TubeBlogger! You'll get the latest stories by RSS, meaning the latest posts tagged "Best of Youtube", by email or in your favorite RSS reader.