Pewdiepie Would Like People To Stop Telling Him To Fist Them

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People sure love to tweet weird shit at Pewdiepie, YouTube's biggest star.

It's usually in good fun. But still, it's hard not to be struck by the fact that literally hundreds of people are tweeting some variation of "FIST ME" or "FIST ME, SENPAI" at Pewdiepie right at this very moment:

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These are some of the tamer tweets. You can look for yourself here.

So, why are hundreds of people asking Pewdiepie to fist them? Because he made a video poking fun at the weird stuff that people tweet at him:

He even made up his own hashtag to stop the madness—he's calling it #stopdaddy2015. It's not serious of course, and neither are the tweets about fisting. But there are still a ton of fisting tweets directed at Pewdiepie right now, because the internet doesn't like being told what to do.

"I did not become a YouTuber just so teens can tweet 'fuck me, daddy' all day" - Pewdiepie.

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zippyzanderhoff
Zippy Zanderhoff

I feel like we hear a lot about teaching kids to be safe on the internet, but not really teach them how to behave on the internet. PSA: You don't say sexually charged things (even if you think you're doing so jokingly) to folks you just don't know, man. Just don't. It makes you the virtual-equivalent of that cat-calling construction worker.

Parents spend so much time wringing their hands over protecting their kids from the "bad stuff" on the internet, but never stop and think that their kids might be part of the "bad stuff" on the internet.