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Analizing the art of online "how to" videos

stevedmc (1065590) writes | more than 4 years ago

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stevedmc (1065590) writes "Just like about 90% of the internet world, I like watching videos. Watching videos online is pretty great. The most amazing website, YouTube is always there to bring us the latest and greatest, highest quality and biggest variety of videos to watch online. That is why, it came as no surprise to me to see my newest favorite online video.

Why would you want to take a Ramen Noodle bath and why would you make a how-to video of it. So I just HAD to find out. Turns out, the video isnâ(TM)t so much of a âoehow-toâ (although you are shown how to draw your own bath of the soup), so much as itâ(TM)s just a video of a guy enjoying lying in a bathtub full of Ramen Noodle soupâ¦"

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