Guys Approach Girls In The Street And Ask The Most NSFW Questions

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It seems millennials will do just about anything to get clicks on YouTube, no matter what the cost.

A case in point is this so-called ‘savage’ video posted by FIFA YouTube gamer, JMX (aka. Joel Morris) and his mate Elliot Crawford.

Joel and his partner in crime take to the streets of London in this latest onslaught of futile attempts at comedy.

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Their mission: Get the public to make fools of themselves for the entertainment of millions of people.

In other words, their aim has about as much intelligence and class as an episode of You’ve Been Framed – just without the authenticity.

During the 13 minute video – time that you will never get back, I might add – Elliot and Joel fake self-deprecation and friendliness with the public in order to ask 16-year-old girls whether they will give them blowjobs.

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The only saving grace of the whole charade happens when the two prankster approach a couple minding their own business. Joel asks the woman whether she’d sleep with him if her boyfriend was out of the picture.

Unsurprisingly, the boyfriend proceeds to threaten Joel with a right hook to the face and stamp on Elliot’s microphone as the pair run away.

Elliot then has the cheek to call the irate boyfriend ‘a twat’, demonstrating just how narcissistic and arrogant YouTubers can really be.

Feel free to watch and make up your own mind, and enjoy the moment Elliot tries to ‘steal a kiss’ from a clearly unimpressed woman, chases after a young girl, and tells a group of young women he doesn’t ‘follow ugly people’.

Particularly savour the moment during Crawford’s edit in which an interviewees reveals a dark streak of racism, when he answers ‘Taliban’ after being asked what he would call a black pilot.

It seems this particular strand of YouTube comedy does nothing more than harass the public and spread stupidity. Stick to FIFA, Joel.


Francesca Donovan

Francesca Donovan

A former emo kid who talks too much about 8Chan meme culture, the Kardashian Klan, and how her smartphone is probably killing her. Francesca is a Cardiff University Journalism Masters grad who has done words for BBC, ELLE, The Debrief, DAZED, an art magazine you've never heard of and a feminist zine which never went to print.