iAsshole: The Epidemic of Prank Reaction Videos
The internet can bring out the best and worst in people. Usually the latter. When I was growing up, I'd frequently hear that people would do anything to make a quick buck. Now we're seeing that injected with steroids in some of the social media "reaction" videos.
Sociopaths, usually male, with no lives and no social skills, who apparently convinced an otherwise intelligent female to share their bed, abuse that trust by pranking their significant other while capturing their reaction for the amusement of others. I'd like to say that shortly after these videos were uploaded, the perpetrator suddenly became Friend Zoned, but sadly, I don't think that was the case.
Every girl wants a bad boy - until of course that bad boy is bad to her, and then she's confused as to what happened. "Bad boys" are like wild animals. When they run out of fresh meat to feast upon, and you're the only one around, these things happen.
But I'm not telling you anything you don't already know.