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Primary school children now aspire to be famous YouTubers rather than pop stars.

Gone are the days when children would prance around their bedrooms with a hairbrush to hand, imagining they are singing live to screaming crowds at Wembley Arena. Now, the nation’s tweens sit behind a computer screen with an abundance of contouring palettes pretending to demonstrate a YouTube tutorial.

Yes, the influx of on-screen role models from fresh-faced Zoella to beauty junkie Tanya Burr has sparked a rise in primary school children who dream up a career in vlogging.

According to a recent survey backed by University College London, more children aspire to be famous YouTubers than pop stars.
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I would like to devise a system of subtle but extreme torture that would be similar to the effects of the torture methods in A Clockwork Orange against this fad to permanently maim any and all interest in youtube, Facebook, twitter, instagram, etc.