With commenters 10 times more moronic than Youtube, Japan’s Nico Nico Douga video service (Wiki) has decided to tap into the stupidity of its users. Nico Nico Douga’s parent company, Dwango, has started charging their retarded job applicants a $25 USD fee in their requests for employment with them.
Popular Dwango to charge job applicant fee to narrow field
Dec. 10, 2013
Internet firm Dwango Co. has announced that it will charge a fee of 2,525 yen for students applying for entry-level jobs at the company.
The move, announced last week, is intended to narrow the pool of applicants to “only those who are serious about working with the firm,” Dwango says on its website.
The firm, which runs the popular video-sharing site Niko Niko Douga [sic] ...more...
Why use Nico Nico Douga when Youtube offers the same video service? The Japanese advantage is that you can add to the endless scrolling “comments” across the screen such as:
All those wwwww mean ‘laughter’ in Japanese netspeak.
Visit the Japanese and worthless engrish website at: www.nicovideo.jp