Sure, reading random online comments out of context is far more entertaining than whatever stupid Sports/Movie/Peace Summit story they're chiming in on, but who wants to start from the beginning when the gold's all the way down at #763? Finding those nuggets, You Actually Said That Online
Like a colon cam rooting through the Internet's ridiculous bowels, YASTO delves into the comment threads of popular sites -- from chatter-happy YouTube, to earnestly shopaholic Amazon -- to retrieve completely out-of-context mini-missives from users who would otherwise languish in obscurity, with no one to realize their caps were stuck on lock. Topics run from socio-architectural commentary (chunksloth: Any city with more than 2 skyscrapers is full of homosexuals), to basic auto repair (jfollender: Somebody help...my truck has no NUTZ!!!), to salty vindications, e.g., "I've been telling my wife that sperm is good for her face for a while now. Finally she will believe me". YASTO also highlights flames, as in this neighborly spreadables convo -- JPizzle1122: Nutella is great... that's like all I had when I lived in Europe; critter2324: F*** Uï»¿ B*TCH -- and this Midwest filibuster:
oddllama: MAN CLEVELAND'SA AS REAL AS IT GETZ SONNNN WE DONT NEED INDUSTRY WE GOT A LAKE YOU KNOW WHAT A LAKE IS SON? IT S MILLIONS OF GALLONS OF WATER BABY WOOO WATER IS POWER AND DRINKING WE AIN'T NEVER GOING THIRSTY!!!!!!! DONT FRONT SON WE AIN'T FRONTIN
qbdtheory: you're white
Each post gets an editorialized title (the above = "Race War"), and so as to savor each comment's independent operator status, is left unlinked to its original source. YASTO also takes submissions, but then again, spending money on snack cakes is never crazy!!!!!!!