What S*it Do Mountain Viewers Say?

In keeping with the popular 'S*it People Say' trend on YouTube, Patch wants to know - what do Mountain Viewers say?

One of the latest and funniest trends on YouTube these days are the popular "S*it People Say" videos, describing the slang, catch-phrases and most-used lingo of people from a particular town, profession or other commonality.

One of our favorites is the video included in this article that we thought our readers might find especially hilarious - "S*it People in Silicon Valley DON'T Say." Particularly if you work at a start-up or local tech company, you can't help but laugh at this one.

We here at Patch want to know - what are some of Mountain View's most-used lingo or slang? In other words, we want you to tell us - what s*it do Mountain Viewers say? Tell us in the comments!

Note: This video may contain profane words. Watch at your own discretion.

randy albin February 21, 2012 at 09:16 PM
is this something that bill maher thought up? if you use profanity or obscenities online it gives a clear insight into just what kind of a person you claim to be
Claudia Cruz (Editor) February 21, 2012 at 10:50 PM
I'm actually not sure who thought of this online fad, but it does sound like a thing Bill Maher would do. Most of the people in the videos are aspiring actors and I think it was just one person on one topic and then people copied the format and changed it to fit their environment/audience. There are videos about San Franciscans, New Yorkers and much more controversial ones about race and gender. Regarding the obscenities or profanities, most videos actually don't use any profanity. They are meant to reach a broad audience. Also, I think that Youtube might take some of them down (I think).
april February 21, 2012 at 10:56 PM
It's a social meme that caught popularity when a couple of guys took common twitter posts of women and made a vlog called "S**t girls say". It's quite popular. We're all adults here so there is no reason to lash out on the creator of this post.
randy albin February 23, 2012 at 11:02 PM
how about we move on to a higher standard than this for mountain view. i am astonished at the lowest of levels people stoop down to to post garbage and porn on the internet. it must turn some kinds of people on. all of this kind of stuff really turns me off
Jennell L. February 25, 2012 at 11:12 PM
Well, the curse words in the video were bleeped out, which I think keeps it safe from being an 18+ only video, or deleted from YouTube. I think their level of sarcasm captures Silicon Valley well - in particular the tech sector. So, Randy, are you implying that people who curse are not good people? Or have low morals? I certainly have cursed when frustrated or fallen prone in difficult situations.
randy albin February 29, 2012 at 11:34 PM
let's reach for the heights and clean up the act altogether, ok?


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