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Do you watch YouTubers?

Discussion in 'The Internet' started by JacksonCraig94, Sep 5, 2016.

  1. I've watched this twice now and I just about hold it together until the moment where

    Abigail flips ContraPoints' joke about feeling like shit to say "I feel happy"

    And then I instantly dissolve into a puddle of tears.

    Her statement video specifically regarding trans rights in the UK is a must watch too:

     
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  2. I am stanning Abigail's commitment to theatricality. I half expected a full-on regeneration sequence in her coming out video ddd
     
  3. Claire Saffitz is the only one, for me at least, who is managing to capture that pre-pandemic Bon Appetit magic (probably helps that she enlisted former BA talent Vinnie):



    Even Chris Morocco's newest BA videos just leave me kind of cold (and he used to be a favourite.)
     
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  4. I laughed so hard at that video! I hadn’t seen it. My boyfriend and I play Ann’s videos in the morning some weekends. We enjoy the ‘content farm’ takedowns the most, I think.
     
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  5. Dan & Phil are back with a twice weekly live podcast on Stereo and it's really enjoyable, not just for nostalgia value - the content feels more mature and authentic than it perhaps has been in the past.
     


  6. Just started watching this Uncle Roger character - he is pretty funny, lots of digs at Jamie Oliver and he mostly critiques people cooking fried rice(?!)
     
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  7. Leejah. Anything Leejah. She rocks.

     


  8. Oof. GH hopefully will not recover from this
     
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  9. This is hilarious, thanks for sharing and Uncle Roger has got himself a new subscriber!
     
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  10. I am obsessed with her channel.
     
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  11. Sometimes I think about how my relationship with the internet has evolved since I started being extremely online (way too) young. As somebody who is an outsider to all this fandom stuff, all the stories and personal experiences Sarah Z is retelling are fascinating, but also rough. This video is about so much more than what the title implies though. She covers many important topics such as discourse, online harassment, parasocial relationships, fiction versus reality, moral compass, tying your personality to your likes and dislikes to an extreme degree, among others. Overall, she focuses on the broader problems with online interaction and I found the subject too illuminating not to share it here.

     
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  12. This is now a Beryl Shereshewsky stan account.
     
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