Cant find a Youtube video again?
I am having trouble finding a youtube video i found a while back. It is a skit in which one guy obnoxiously tries to instigate a fight with another, and keeps telling him "tap or snap". The guy ends up getting his head stomped on a couple of times, but for some reason ends up thinking he won the fight. Anyone know where i can find it?
Seriously? I don't need criticism. i just want to find the video.
- inukjuak90Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
There are 3 different things you can do to try and find a
video that you have previously seen. Not only that, you
can make your results appear either: 1) in alphabetical
order, 2) in chronological order or 3) in photo thumbnail
ALPHABETICALLY (tons of results):
highlight the URL address bar on top, then simply type
in the word "youtube". From those results, you will see:
-- every YouTube address you typed
-- every YouTube channel you visited
-- every YouTube video you watched
although in ugly YouTube code (e.g.: v=Ab1Cd2eF3Gh).
CHRONOLOGICALLY (many results):
simply click on your internet browser's "History" button
or tap "CTRL" and the letter "H" on your keyboard, and
you will get a daily list of every website which you have
visited. Every YouTube video will be mixed in with all of
the different websites, but it'll actually be easier for you
to find what you're looking for -- because everything will
be displayed in "plain" English. And because each and
every YouTube video is in fact its own website, you will
also be able to see the full title of each video.
PHOTO THUMBNAIL (few results):
at the top right of just about every YouTube page is the
name "QuickList". Click on that, and then after you are
on the new page, click on "History" immediately below
the highlighted grey bar. You will see thumbnails of the
most recent videos you have viewed, but only the most
recent. That is because every time that you open / exit
YouTube, everything vanishes, and starts all over again.
Believe it or not, you can see your YouTube "QuickList"
and "viewing history" from right here within Yahoo. Just
click on my links below, and they'll take you directly to
"YOUR VERY OWN" histories. (YouTube may first ask
you to 'sign in' with your username and your password):
I hope that my multiple answer is a little helpful for you.
- 1 decade ago
try finding it in your history
- Anonymous1 decade ago
why didn you put it on your profile
- Anonymous1 decade ago
it's here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tdcRbHFdZw