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Mason Parker : A real human bean.

TKR : The ending had me in tears. This is so sad. Can we hit 1.000 likes? Edit: Buy my merch

Nagol : we are all real human beans in this burrito called life

schmoyoho : SMASHED that like 100,000 times because he's a real human being and a real hero real humor bean and a reel Hiro wheel ewe Mubeen Anna drill gyro real hew of been and a rail 'eerio regal Hume O'Bing Anna Rulíro Drill you my queen Ah, majeestic Spiros will eustachian-ing Amman pill zero

Ian McKay : Couldn't find him.

TheEtherny : Whoa! 1k likes with only 4k views? Man, that statistic is insane!

Jake Valerio : couldnt find him ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

The Internet Explorer : Wow that was something, made me miss my dead parents again. :( Please like if you relate. If I get 50 likes I will say something deep to make you feel better about your life.

Go8997 : Im a hero. Please like my comment

FullTiltOn : paused at 3:34 to see the dummy getting hit by the car- RIP Mike; you nearly saved a drowning man and improved the world one barista at a time. But alas people will still watch their youtube\social media "Heros" with all the fake altruism and say "wow, wish I had money to giveaway like that" when really if they had more money than they needed would they still say that? Maybe or maybe only if it was to make a new feelgood video :)

EpicDonutDude : You're an inspiration and a real human bean!

Yassine Am : All it needs is Ryan Gosling with his scorpion jacket.

Kewl Dude : "Couldn't find him", lol.

groszewa : It seems like mike was in it for the wrong reasons

Alex Gwynne : How is this so high on reddit? I mean, it's a nice video and all, but it's just right up there with like 153 views.

HUMANS TALKING ABOUT MOVIES : How do we donate to Mike's memorial fund?

Matthew Genson : This is great.

oldbroken1 : Does doing something good for selfish reasons negate the good thing that was done?

DuniaTrollAnda : What a guy. #myhero

Wᴀᴛᴄʜ Wʜɪʟᴇ Hɪɢʜ : This is gonna end up on trending real soon! "Couldn't find him." line was the best shit I heard this month haha

pandazz69 : The way i interperet this video, and I did like the idea behind it. Is that people try so hard to do nice things but they want the recognition to go along with it . We should do nice things and we dont need others people recognition. The fact you did a good thing is for you and the person you did it for.

Do You Even Read, Bro? : What remix is that?

Liutauras : RIP #Hero

AndrewWebertv : This continues (2 months is a long time, right?) to be one of my favorite youtube videos of all time. Well done.

Sexually Abused Mike Stoklasa : They try to solve the problem of poverty, for instance, by giving the homeless money; But this is not a solution: it is an aggravation of the difficulty. The proper aim is to try and reconstruct society on such a basis that poverty and homelessness will be impossible. And the altruistic virtues have really prevented the carrying out of this aim. Just as the worst slave-owners were those who were kind to their slaves, and so prevented the horror of the system being realised by those who suffered from it, and understood by those who contemplated it, so, in the present state of things in England, the people who do most harm are the people who try to do most good... Charity and welfare perpetuate poverty and exploitation, they don't solve it.

JohnnyReiTV : Little kid called me Brother Theresa.

Tyler Cheeseman : F

Xezav : So dark. Love it.

Chris Ragland : I cried.

Medieval Life Game : What watch is he wearing? Is that a Citizen Drive but with a different band?

I’m already Sans Undertale : dude nice

Mal Uminse : Bill Burs mentally challenged son.

MrRiggyRiggs : Paid actors!

Ignition Igloo : Leave Mr. Beast out of this, he was doing satire on this type of youtuber as well.

Jason Luthor : Conspicuous compassion is the phenomenon by which we do outwardly altruistic things not for the sake of the inherent good of the act, but for the sake of social status and upward status mobility among our circle of peers. These acts, while objectively good on the face, are internally motivated for the purpose of benefiting the self. There is a Biblical reference to this, in which Jesus Christ mentioned that the Pharisees, religious leaders of their time, performed religious acts that were socially admired but done for the outward admiration of the public rather than any inherent of the good itself. In modern American culture, 2,000 years after that time, it has transformed into a performative act. These performative acts can take the form of things as small as YouTube videos and as large as telethons led by actors and sports stars. These same performative are at least half vehicles for the status of the doer, and the doers often lose their interest in these benevolent acts once the act itself loses its ability to influence the status mobility of the individual. We can extend the theory of act of conspicuous compassion to the modern internet performer who seeks likes, upvotes, and at an extended level, patronage either through personal stores or use of services such as Patreon.

sobrohog : You're a hero?! I'm vegan

Kon Zo : easy 8+/10 video. thanks for the free entertainment, suckers. also: give to the point ~30 second sketches a try, ian kung and gus johnson are doing a good job with those right now. next time you land on r/videos you guys better have a patreon set up.

eVCephei : Ironically the person who made this video is ACTUALLY a hero for doing what no-one else on the internet is doing and calling out the BS i mean if you have half a brain youd see it aswell but most people are mentally too immature to see it. (Keem also does this aswell but he gets a lot of hate for it cause he cuts straight to the point and is very vocal about it) .. Yall are the ones who keep this world running.

Kevin Keyes : is that taylor who loves coffee and working in the city?

ethanr432 : I thought I would be a good guy and make money off the videos ( I mean my future videos ) and I'm not doing it for the good of humanity but like most millennials Im doing it for attention.

shtick shtick : This video has more production quality than all of the YT activists combined.

Philip Traum : Some real Fateful Findings™ in this. A real human Breen, indeed.


Henry Garcia : Reddit brought me here. This killed me! 😂💀😭 Lmfao that song and this dude are comedy gold. When he gets out the water and says "couldn't find him" I lost it.

howdj : I instinctively disliked your video based on the first clip. Sorry. It's ok though, I went back and smashed that like, subscribed, bought all your merch and put your future kids through university. #hero

Stevo Canuck : 1:15 guy is literally just turning up the brightness ..

Evan Infantino : Am leaving comment to appease YouTube algorithms. Do well.

Heyitsvonage : Brother Theresa hahahahahahaha

Koplod : RIP Mike. An inspiration to us all #hero #respect

iera : I hate the fact that people aren't going to see through this and are going to take this 'as is'