This might actually be a problem with children. Or maybe my children. Or with me. But here it is. My children (10 and 8) like to watch videos on YouTube about MineCraft, The Sims, and then also videos about what they call "film theories." These are basically nitpicky videos where someone talks about the inconsistencies in movies, and makes up ways that movies might be connected to each other, etc. My experience is that these types of videos where a person talks directly into the camera about the game they are playing or the movie that they are watching - basically "reaction videos" - are very similar in tone. A person talking to everybody/nobody, without input from anything other than the game/movie they are watching, making short snide observations. Here's what they are: they are annoying. Since March, we have been having a lot of family movie nights. We rotate who gets to choose, and all watch together. My children have adopted the habit of making short snide observations about the movie that we are watching. Sometimes they say "hashtag" out loud first. I'm a simple and old-fashioned man. I don't use gel in my hair, and I don't say "hashtag" out loud. How am I meant to cope with a world in which a wonderful Miyakazi film can't be enjoyed without a stupid laugh-seeking comment being made every 12-15 seconds? I could take my children's Chromebooks away from them. But I fear that this mode of speech and watching movies has become entrenched in their minds. I'll be honest, I'm not seeking advice, but perhaps you'd like to commiserate. Kind of react to my post? You could quote it and then kind of insert your snide comments to each inconsistency as you go. Just an idea.