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Canadian born YouTube personality Adam Buckley, or just Buckley, is a straight forward satirical reviewer of famous subjects such as music, news, and general buffoonery. He started out as a Radio personality for a few years but eventually started using YouTube as a way to deliver his content easily.

Online History

Buckley first started his hobby on his website which just gave views on topics such as the London Transit Strike and Tiger Woods. To start on YouTube he made a parody of Leather Daddy’s furniture selling out products to people in a TV style commercial. This then lead up to him uploading a rant about Tiger Woods and his opinions on the man. His ideas and opinions made him receive a good amount mixed reactions, and the hatred that surrounded him had him being labeled many things. From misogynist, to racist, to inconsiderate. The list goes on. Buckley didn’t pay any attention to it, probably because the labeling was likely made by Trolls.
After he started his popular series Top Ten Worst Songs of X the hate only grew bigger. However, this time Buckley didn’t sit on the sidelines while these rumors were spread. to fire back at the accusations, he made Hate Comments: The Top 10 Worst Songs of 2010/2011
making fun of the way the comments used grammatical errors and ignorance.


Even if Buckley’s videos get advertisements, Buckley has stated before he doesn’t do this for money, and it’s only YouTube trying to make money for themselves. He’s doing this solely to produce some entertainment as hobby. Even now, his only attempt to make money from it was by making a few shirts saying “WTSF”(What The Serious Fuck) and putting Nerd Rants: Volume 1 on a Bandcamp profile. Which talks about his view on nerd cultures favorite things for $2.50 CAD.

(Buckley has used another quote called “Jesus Cocksucking Christ”, but that didn’t go on one of his t-shirts.)


The Top Ten Worst Songs of 20XX

His most synonymous project, saying what he thinks were the worst songs of that year while saying what the songs did that made them earn their spot. It targets lyrics, production, meaning, and if they’re repetitive.

Advice No One Asked For

Probably his oldest series. Buckley takes advice columns that have people ask strange, dumb, or confusing things and Buckley tackles them giving a reasonable response and not just saying what they’d want to hear.

Musical Autopsy

Using some assets from the Top Ten series but focusing on one song that got very popular and whether or not it deserves it.

Scumbags of the Internet

Using social medias as a tool for showing off people who are scumbags and serve no purpose except to annoy.
(This series may be discontinued)

Tweeting Rainbow

Buckley uses assets from Hate Comments but use Twitter and people(namely celebrities) who can’t use correct spelling or grammar.

(Buckley pokes at making new series’ from time to time but they’re not serious.)


Buckley so far has gained an influx of 440,031+ subscribers, 65,651,563+ views on YouTube, 23,000+ followers on Twitter, and 45,446+ likes on Facebook.

Buckley won a London Music Award for Favorite Print, Internet, Radio, TV or other Media Personality and has been nominated for another.

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