I was watching social experiments with people in America and i was surprised how people don't give a shit about others' problems... one day i was in the park (i live in Iraq) and suddenly i heard a woman crying loud, when i went to check out what happened i discovered that she lost her 10 years old child but all the people (including young and old) ran to her and tried to help by searching for her daughter, I'm really surprised of these videos, one of my Canadian friends told me that in America it's all about taking care about yourself and your family and fuck everyone, is that right?
look at these guys, they don't want to even help him picking up his keys
or these guys who are not honest with a blind man
or these people who don't want to even give the blind thirsty man a bottle of water
So i was wondering are people in America really like that?(i understand that not all of them like that) or these videos are just fake?
Most Helpful Girl
Why are women from Iraq not allowed to wear normal clothing?
Why are women beating their daughters to death and nobody helping these young girls? Just because they decide to marry someone that they chose instead of who the parents chose for her? .. I can go in forever...,
In these videos, let's suppose they were real, at the very least they are strangers... As oppose to in Iraq where you do much worse things to your own family... Now THAt is cruel... Perhaps in your culture you rather help a stranger and kill your own offspring simply because you do not like something that they did... That's just awful.. 😔!!4
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Most Helpful Guy
The vast majority of the "social experiments" and big name pranks on youtube are rigged. Even a lot of the happy feel-good pranks are rigged. It's almost alarming how many of them are fake. They hire actors/actresses to do certain things, react certain ways, and so on. Sometimes they simply edit things to give the reaction they want. It's actually pretty easy to do. The only one I know of I'm pretty sure is real is JStuStudios-- and that is simply pranks... No social experiments or whatever.
This video is more so tailored towards prank channels on youtube, but it is in the same way applicable to social experiments as well.
Why are they rigged? Views. People will watch juicy reactions. Juicy reactions = views. Views = ad revenue. Ad revenue = lots of money.
The reality of the situation: There are good people and evil people in the world. That being said, most social experiment videos are purely entertainment-- not reality. Who knows how people would actually react in a situation like this?2