Before I introduce this video, I just want to say that there is nothing wrong about being passionate about something. Passion can be a good thing, especially when it means finally finding your calling in life.
Passion only becomes a problem when it leads you to do bad things, especially when those things are illegal in nature. So please kids, don’t start smoking crack or start stalking a celeb because both are very illegal activities.
With that in mind, may I present to you (which may or may not, depending on how you see yourself) be) an accurate depiction of what fangirl culture has become according to YouTuber Chris Kendall a.k.a. Crabstickz.
With over 250,000 subscribers and lots of other YouTube famous pals to count on as friends, Chris is somewhat an expert on the topic at hand. Accordingly, this is what he believes are some common qualities among some of YouTube’s most obsessive fans:
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So what do we think, ladies? Accurate or just downright wrong on all levels?
Chris “Crabstickz” Kendall raps about the perils of creepily chasing girls online in the aptly titled song “Facebook Stalking.” The music video, which was created for the Dawson’s Bros. Funtime show on BBC, tells the tale of a young man who meets a chick at a club and starts ogling more than 600 photos of her and her university friends going all the way back to her 2006 trip to Cancun.
He raps: “Damn girl this is really upsetting. You’ve been tickin’ all the boxes on your privacy settings. And your profile picture just ain’t doing the job. Cos your profile picture is a picture of your dog.” Eventually he has to resort to old school stalking measures.
Watch it here: