Back in May, Burnsy wrote about the multiracial Cheerios ad that brought out the worst in the humanity, a.k.a. the trolls who flocked to the YouTube comments section like a racist moth to an all-white flame. He wrote:
You see, in this commercial, the mother is white and the father is black, and that didn’t sit too well with the legions of anonymous bottom-feeders that believe that posting hateful messages on YouTube qualifies as a life. Fortunately, Cheerios disabled the comments on the video, so I couldn’t even see some of the worst comments. But Ad Week described it as such: “[The] YouTube comments section [has] predictably devolved into an endless flame war, with references to Nazis, ‘troglodytes,’ and ‘racial genocide.'” (Via)
Burn the Internet, except for the part where children react — as part of the Fine Bros. series — to the terrible, awful things people say, with adorably wise comments like “It’s just the color of their skin, what matters is if they’re nice or mean” and “Underneath it, you’re literally the same. You have organs and a heart.” Dash 4 Prez.