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The One Thing Corpse Husband Can't Stand

Fans of the YouTuber and streamer Corpse Husband continue to be mesmerized by his life, his worries, and his wellbeing. With a billboard in Times Square, a collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly blowing up the charts, and his own hit "E-Girls Are Ruining My Life" going viral, Corpse has a lot of things to be thankful for. However, that doesn't mean that he doesn't still have pet peeves, or things he dislikes.

Even though Corpse has almost blown his cover before, he values his privacy and attempts to keep his identity secret, only occasionally showing parts of his hands or arms to his fans. Though a face reveal could present more opportunities for Corpse, he's keeping his anonymity for now, which actually relates directly to the thing that annoys him the most. 

Since fans want to know everything about the faceless YouTuber, it's only natural that they'd want to know what he dislikes. During a 2021 livestream, a fan asked Corpse Husband to reveal what "absolutely drives [him] crazy that people do."

What annoys Corpse Husband the most?

After being asked what bothers him most, Corpse said, "Anyone that's entitled ... it's not a specific action, just acting like you owe them something or they think that they're better than people, I guess. I don't know. There's people that exist out there that are ... like that." Corpse's dislike of those who see themselves as superior tracks with his experiences with anxiety, which he has described to his viewers in the past.

In a separate stream, Corpse addressed the large hoodie he wore during an interview with YouTuber Anthony Padilla. In the process, Corpse may have shed some light on his frustration with these types of people.

Corpse essentially explained that he didn't want to give people any view of his body because they would inevitably mock him. He explained that he didn't want to show more of his body because of the way people talk about him online. 

He said, "Even with my hands, people like, photoshopped them and criticized my hands. Like the small bits of me they do see, they criticize. You know what I mean?" Corpse's reluctance to reveal his identity has apparently paired with his distaste for people with a superiority complex, particularly the kind of people who would make fun of someone else's appearance.