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The anti-foot comments on YT are baffling

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The anti-foot comments on YT are baffling

Post by ShoeplayJ » Mon Apr 02, 2018 4:37 pm

Not because the folks commenting don't like feet, but it begs the question "Why are you here?" or better yet "HOW did you get here?". Every now and then, on some videos, there are those "What the fuck is this?" comments, but I can never understand how they got there in the first place. How does a person just randomly end up watching a dipping video by accident? I suppose the uploader can use random tags to get more views, but even still; if someone uploads a shoeplay video with "nachos" as a tag, I imagine a person would have to sift through a bunch of legitimate videos about nachos, before happening upon the shoeplay video.

I know this is completely anecdotal but..when I'm logged onto a completely separate YT account from all my foot related stuff, I never accidentally run into any such videos. I can sort of see how it happens with pedal pumping videos, or videos with celebrities (more on that in a moment) but even then, with all the car stuff that I search (and as a car enthusiast, I search a lot), I've never accidentally ran into any pedal pumping stuff...at least far as the fetish of females doing it goes.

One last example: There's a video, with a major clickbait title, claiming to have shoeplay by Mila Kunis...some of you have probably seen it. There isn't any shoeplay, but there's a guy trolling the comments, making fun of the people who were disappointed with the video. Throwing out the usual "you guys are freaks" and "I can't believe you guys are mad because she didn't 'shoeplay' " etc. I figured maybe since Kunis is a major public figure, he may have found the video that way. But then, just for kicks, I did a search to see how just easy it might have been to find that video accidentally, and I never did find it. From what I could see, you'd have to specifically search "Mila Kunis shoeplay" or "Mila Kunis feet" or something, for it to even show up. Again, completely anecdotal, but it just makes me go "hmmm".

It makes me wonder sometimes, if these guys actually secretly like it, and then post these comments, once they've come back to their senses. :superlol: It used to annoy the shit out of me, but now I laugh and just think "dude, you're telling on yourself, big time!". I don't know LOL...what do you all think? Anybody else ever seen these comments and said "wtf?" ?



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Re: The anti-foot comments on YT are baffling

Post by hiker » Mon Apr 02, 2018 5:43 pm

I'm a big youtube watcher for things outside of the foot fetish realm.

If you've spent any decent amount of time watching "ordinary" content, you'll know that the "recommended" links for any video will take you on multiple tangents.

For example, I'll start by watching some video on golf courses, then 20 minutes later I end up watching a video on the proper technique for a cross stitch for sewing. Completely unrelated, and I have zero interest in sewing. That's the beauty of youtube.

I don't find it surprising at all that guys with no interest for feet somehow end up watching a foot fetish video.

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Re: The anti-foot comments on YT are baffling

Post by ShoeplayJ » Tue Apr 03, 2018 1:19 am

hiker wrote:
Mon Apr 02, 2018 5:43 pm
I'm a big youtube watcher for things outside of the foot fetish realm.

If you've spent any decent amount of time watching "ordinary" content, you'll know that the "recommended" links for any video will take you on multiple tangents.

For example, I'll start by watching some video on golf courses, then 20 minutes later I end up watching a video on the proper technique for a cross stitch for sewing. Completely unrelated, and I have zero interest in sewing. That's the beauty of youtube.

I don't find it surprising at all that guys with no interest for feet somehow end up watching a foot fetish video.
Hmm. Fair point(s). But surely you or I, don't go onto these videos that don't interest us and troll or complain about the content for several comments at a time. That is the part that I find puzzling. If see something on YT that looks odd, I may check it out to see what it's about, and then I move onto something else. It just seems like a lot of unnecessary energy (and sometimes hostility) focused on something that one doesn't like or understand.

But I'm just talking shit at this point sooo :superlol:

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Re: The anti-foot comments on YT are baffling

Post by hiker » Thu Apr 12, 2018 7:50 pm

As far as the negative comments people leave for those clips, you are spot on. I couldn't agree more.

It doesn't surprise me though. People in general tend to be very critical of things they don't understand. Social media is a prime example of this and really illuminates people's intolerance.

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Re: The anti-foot comments on YT are baffling

Post by ShoeplayJ » Fri Apr 13, 2018 6:50 am

Oh, absolutely. As enjoyable as social media can be, it's practically the number one go-to tool for spreading intolerance. This internet stuff can be a blessing and a curse sometimes.

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Re: The anti-foot comments on YT are baffling

Post by Footsiefreak » Tue Jun 12, 2018 9:00 pm

iM sure most of them are in the closet foot lovers anyway. Yeah how do you arrive at shoeplay if you dont already know about it :S

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Re: The anti-foot comments on YT are baffling

Post by mbk23 » Tue Jun 12, 2018 10:43 pm

I had a channel for two years with youtube posting feet videos. Then they started flagging my content and deleting my accounts. I had one where I posted my videos unlisted and that lasted a while until yesterday when I upped some more and bam, deleted account, even thought the videos weren't even public. Youtube is moving away from the anything goes days of old. They want more quality stuff and if it is sexual in any way they delete. They figure you can use porntube or something for stuff like that. I think the censorship has gone too far and that the people who go around making comments about the content they don't like are ruining the whole idea. Thankfully there are alternative sites. I say leave youtube the the DIY videos and let's make a feettube just for feet.

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