>let the bodies hit the floor
>let the bodies hit the floor
>30-second AfterEffects into
>shitty aspect ratio kicks in
>unrekt hypercum 2
>ooohhh hey guise
>proceeds to take 10 minutes explaining something that you could easily explain in 20 seconds
>2 likes, 3 dislikes
>single comment with sonic avatar saying "didint work"
>15 annotations to other videos, all in bright red
>12 year old in vid creates moves his mouse over the screen for 2 minutes slowly talking close to his mic
>upload date 2009
>He looks up fixes and troubleshooting guides on Youtube
>He is this much of a completely fucking filthy prole
>That faggot who uses wordpad to type in the tutorial instead of just at least using superimposed text with movie maker.
>When he makes spelling mistakes and rewrites it.
>HEY GUISSZZZE MAGICCOCKSUCKER420 HERE AND TODAY I BRING YOU AN EXPERT GUIDE ON HOW TO BE A COMPLETE FAGGOT, MAKE SURE TO HIT THE LIKE BUTTON AND SUBSCRIBE IF YOU ALREADY HAVENT
bonus points for repeating this opening in the same manner EVERY TIME. Also putting links in the video without putting them in the description. And not using the description for other similar uses.
>writing instructions in notepad
>'hi guys today i will be showing you how to forward your port'
>'Thanks for watching!' - Window Movie Maker
Those were the days.
>>'hi guys today i will be showing you how to forward your port'
>'hi guys tor [backspace backspace backspace] today i will be showinf [backspace backspace backspace] showing you how to forward yout [backspace backspace backspace] your port'
>takes 15 minutes for something that could've been done in 1
>runescape quest tutorial
>notepad telling you what to do despite you actually watching what's happening
>WAKE ME UP INSIDE
and that's how I never managed to complete monkey madness, fucking D scim
i've seen a few of these where you can hear them typing over the music. so some people choose fucking notepad and their shitty typing skills over just speaking.
probably because they think if they talk they can't play music with lyrics.
>800x600 resolution screen
>cursor moves like its in slow motion
>cursor is huge
>opens up notepad
>notepad fills 90% of the screen
>5 fps typing takes about 20 mintues to type a sentance
>gives a link to a virus
If I were king of the internet I would exile people for using this song.
probably put in by windows back when computers were new and exciting to show off how awesome and futuristic a visual interface is. Since they showed it off they kept it in. I think its gone from modern windows though.
>yfw it all comes full circle and shitty nu metal AMVs become hella cool again
>Microsoft Notepad comes up
The only thing that song reminds me of anymore is that Ganondorf video with the user intro that said "Like a Rock" in a weird voice.
Most of the comments were about that instead.
>typing on a note pad
>"All you need to do is download the fix at"
>"Thanks for wachting :)"
>"I will put the download link in the description to the side ->"
>its a megaupload link
u guys do not listen I GOT HYPERCAM NOW
>all comments will be viewed by me and all bad comments will be deleted
holy shit this guys channel is fucking golden
>ebay song funny
>its a video of him lipsyncing Weird Al
Hello 2008, where the fuck have you been.
>mfw i made a naruto amv with a linkin park song
>Ya bitch ya
Can't I uploaded it on Megavideo.
but those effects make the videos actually good
>its called bulevard of broken dreams buddy
My first laptop had a really shitty framerate and it was useful for keeping track of where my cursor was. I'm sure the same principle applies for people with visual difficulties.
I totally forgot about that.
Nuclear amount of butthurt
>this starts playing
Everyone used Dreamscape by 009 Soundsystem because if you uploaded a video with no audio, youtube would give you the option to add one on the uploaded video
Because the artist's name start with numbers, it was at the top of the list and so everyone used it.
Youtube nostalgia thread?
>all that time spent watching crappy stick person fighting animations
>The next most memorable part of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare for me, is the 'maps' (A map is the area in which the 'player' (The person who controls the character) plays in).
>This allowed for the 'rushing' (When a 'Player' runs from one side of the 'Map' to the other as fast as possible trying to get an objective or get behind the enemy team). The map also had advantages for people who 'Snipe' (Someone who uses a long range weapon and mostly stays behind on maps. A.K.A. 'camping'. Many 'Players' frowned down upon camping. This is what started the death of this game. The constant 'war' between the people who 'camped' and 'rushed' was causing communication problems.
Is this guy for real?
I remember that is it still around?