Older musicians performing songs that sound like they were written by teenagers, such as the year-old Avril Lavigne 's "Hello Kitty". Taylor Swift 's never-ending list of songs about boys. Boastful Rapping without the credentials to back it up. Buckley tore into Flo Rida's "Good Feeling" for using the lines "I'm Bill Gates, takes a genius to understand me" and "I'll be the president one day", and criticized Trinidad James for rapping about how rich he was Somewhat averted; Buckley says that he doesn't hate bad music, even if it's only to provide him with material.
Stealing his content, either by pirating his premium albums or otherwise plagiarizing his content. When Buckley found out that someone had plagiarized ten of his videos into articles, he sounded legitimately murderous.
Nationalism, especially in sports. As he quotes Mr. Some fellas are lucky and some ain't! Bread, Eggs, Breaded Eggs: When describing what TLC broadcasts of late, Buckley claims the channel shows programs about fat people, pregnant people, and fat pregnant people.
Buckley does not hide his emotions when talking, letting the audience know when something isn't right. As he puts it, he's the most honest asshole you'll ever meet.
Buckley often mentions that he is from Canada. Despite this, his rants often deal with American topics, since Buckley claims that Canada is essentially the same country as the US. However, some of his videos deal with strictly Canadian topics e. Buckley often admits that Canadians are a bunch of pussies, especially in sports, unless it's hockey, of course. He doesn't follow hockey, hates winter, thinks the Tragically Hip sucks, and doesn't drink Tim Hortons coffee, all of which, particularly the first and last, he claims may be acts of high treason against Canada.
While his Musical Autopsies usually stick with hit songs or popular artists on the American Hot , he discusses a then-Top 10 Canadian song by Serena Ryder who, unsurprisingly, is relatively unknown in the States and Canadian content law in one video. He also implies that most Canadian music is amateur work produced in someone's backyard shed, and Canadian radio stations by law have to play it, since they can't play Rush 6 times an hour.
In the "Buzzfeed Canada vs. White Males" rant, Buckley puts on an exaggerated Canadian accent when Buzzfeed is looking for Canadian writers. Since most of his videos are simply slide shows, it comes up often.
Most commonly used as sign-offs for his "Supplements". After masterfully tearing the song apart, pointing out that there are vague-at-best references to Pittsburgh itself with absolutely no references to the team or even Pittsburgh's legendary steel industry which is where the name "Steelers" comes from , Buckley concluded with a snarling "This has been Musical Autopsy, fuck your mother!
And we know she watches my work so hi, Rachel! Thank you for becoming today's Scumbag of the Internet and actually doing one thing well. Showing us all that whatever we do in life, we'll always be better than you are. However, he does defend little kids in his "Trick or Treating" video, saying that teenagers should leave little kids alone on Halloween. Many, many, many times. Avoided almost entirely in "The 5 Worst Songs of ". The third episode of "Tweeting Rainbow" starts with a cold open, talking about a major disaster.
But arguably the most prominent use of this word comes in Scumbags of the Internet 10, where Buckley goes to town on an Odyssey writer plagiarizing his work: The whole process could take hours, depending on the video, for minutes of content He admits to liking Halloween for a number of reasons. Dark Is Not Evil: His comedy does range on dark humor and death jokes, but he's not a bad person; he is kind of a Jerkass , but still a decent person at heart.
He loves to make sarcastic remarks at the subject of focus. His Worst Songs of does not shy away from portraying the era's views on women, tobacco, and minorities. Department of Redundancy Department In his video about the crimes in India, he repeats the fact that he is horrified about how acid attacks to women were legal in India.