There are so many videos uploaded to YouTube it’s hard to know where to start sorting the wheat from the chaff. Which is why we’re not going to attempt such an impossible feat. Instead, we’re crowdsourcing the whole thing, asking you to name your favorite video of 2014.
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We want to know, What Was Your Favorite YouTube Video Of 2014?
More than 100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube each and every minute. It’s a startling statistic that means there are far too many videos posted to the site for anyone to watch them all… there literally aren’t enough hours in the day.
However, a lot of the videos uploaded to YouTube are crap. Complete and utter nonsense that no one in their right mind would ever want to watch. Which is why it’s a lot more sensible to focus only on the best videos, and nothing but the best videos. Which is what we want to do right now.
We have already detailed the biggest YouTube videos of 2014, but those were all chosen based on their viral statistics. We want to get away from simple stats, and instead explore what videos found favor with our readership over the course of the last 12 months. For those skim-reading this article, that means you and your personal preferences, dear reader.
I’ll kick proceedings off with my my favorite video of 2014. It shows Canadian 20-something Jared Michael attempting to take a selfie as a train speeds by behind him. The conductor didn’t take kindly to his dickish antics, so he kicked him in the head to put him off ever taking selfies again.
It’s short, it’s funny, it’s worth watching more than once, and it reflects the times we live in. You know, where everyone under the age of 30 (and a fair few a lot older than that) take selfies at any and every opportunity. Hence, it’s my favorite video of 2014.
But that’s enough about me. This is all about you, and your vote for the best video of 2014. So please take to the comments section below and tell us all about your favorite YouTube video(s) of the last 12 months. A link to the video(s) in question would be very much appreciated.
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