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I'm looking for the suitable word for the following context:

  1. YouTube full of people which smoke through their ears
  2. YouTube is filled with peoplewhich smoke through their ears
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YouTube is filled with/full of people who smoke through their ears.

You would use who since it refers to people. Beyond that, I don't see any real difference here between filled with and full of.

A small point, but it would be more precise to say:

YouTube is filled with/full of videos of people who smoke through their ears.

since YouTube really isn't full of people...

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