YouTube Regrets

Regrets! We all have them. Like that time at 2AM. when I searched YouTube for “Did aliens build Stonehenge?” and ever since, my YouTube recommendations have been a mess: Roswell, Area 51, Illuminati. YouTube’s recommendation engine can lead users down bizarre rabbit holes that aren't always harmless. What's your YouTube Regret story?

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