YouTube Trending Vs. Buzzfeed Trending




Today we have a look at YouTube trending page and how that compares to Buzzfeed’s trending page. We take a look at some Buzzfeed coz we got sucked in, …

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YouTube Trending Vs. Buzzfeed Trending

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  1. fairy bread looks like the Dutch beschuit met muisjes, but then covered in sugar pearls rather than anise seeds with a sugar layer and using soft bread instead of a zwieback

  2. I know who all of those Australians are… you’re showing your age by not knowing them 😂😂 the first one, Sarah Marie – she was on big brother and was known for her bum dance

  3. fun fact: In Holland, we have something very similar to fairy bread that is traditionally a breakfast food. You take bread and butter it and then you put what are essentially sprinkles except they have buck wild names like hagelslag, vruchtenhagel, muisjes, etc. (I seriously recommend searching up how they are pronounced, it is fantastic)

  4. I tried most of these foods when I stayed in Australia and honestly they just seemed like generic processed snack to me like nothing exceptional. My uncles and auntie showed me how to properly eat vegemite and it was great (we have pretty much the same snack in Switzerland it's called Cenovis). Anyway at the end of your video I somehow found myself hypnotized by the movement of your lips. Just thought you would want to know they have that power.

  5. Something similar was in the UK similar to what you said about shapes. Toblerone increased the size in between the triangles. And you know it was mostly middle class people complaining because they compared it to a "bread rack", the rest of us were like, what?!

  6. I’m pretty sure Buzzfeed’s trending page is tailored to your location and/or browsing history, rather than actual topics that are trending. Think of it like Netflix’s “Trending Now” category: No two accounts are ever shown the exact same things, but instead includes shows/movies relevant to what they think you’re interested in and will potentially keep you using their service longer.

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