YOUTUBE loves to batter you over the head with the same adverts. Here are the five same terrible ones you’ll have to watch forever.
Young American millennials try to get their dream jobs by writing wordy resumes filled with sloppy grammar. But Grammarly will come to their rescue and fix everything with a few clicks of the mouse. Like the Terminator, it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.
Smug investment guy
A bloke with a very punchable face promises to clue you in on the secret to how he managed to make a fortune. Save your money – he’s either a failed actor or he’s rented that flash car and house with the pool and hot tub. In reality he lives in a one-bed flat eating cold baked beans out of a can every night.
House investment woman
House investment woman may be the partner of Smug investment guy. Or at least he’s the only person who’ll put up with her constantly buying, doing up and then selling her house, roping him in to help pack all her shit into boxes every couple of months and then hiring a van to move it all. Eight properties down the line, she’s upgraded from the two-bed semi she started with all the way up to a three-bed detached house with a car port.
Steroid fitness guy
You puny weakling, wasting your time watching videos on YouTube. Follow steroid fitness guy’s 10-step plan and pretty soon you’ll be a ripped hunk wasting your time doing bicep curls, star jumps and planks in your bedroom. And trying to buy dodgy steroids from some bloke called Dimitri from Volgograd who you met on the dark web.
Meal prep woman
Perky, sporty, smiley woman tells you she’s too busy to cook because she’s too busy being perky and sporty and smiley. For a fee, you’ll get sent a box full of ingredients, which you then assemble into a meal. Kind of like cooking really. Or you could just call your local takeaway and get them to deliver stuff you’ve actually heard of and know you like.