It's happened to damn near everyone at some point. You do to YouTube to watch a video. It can be any kind of video. An interview, a movie trailer, something funny, a music video. It doesn't matter. What will most likely happen is you'll get sucked into the YouTube Blackhole.

What is the YouTube Blackhole? Well, it's rather simple. You start with the video that brought you to YouTube. You see a recommended video on the right hand side of the page. The recommended video peaks your interest. Shocking that YouTube's algorithm would do it's job by recommending videos that you would want to watch, right? Then about 10 to 15 minutes passes. You somehow went from a trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi and wound up watching 9/11 truther videos.

On Monday, Lisa and I got sucked into watching Limp Bizkit videos, so this is where I started.

Video courtesy of LimpBizkitVEVO.

Video courtesy of KornVEVO.

Video courtesy of 1 23.

Video courtesy of WhatCulture.

Video courtesy of Looper.

So there you go, I started with Limp Bizkit's Nookie and wound up on some video about action films you need to watch before you die.