If you’re feeling a little down just think of Grace’s cactus… Despite being neglected and forgotten about it defied all odds and continues to grow in its own unique way. Sorry if this got a little deep. 🌵🌵🌵🌵
Holy shit..this movie was so fucking good!! I had to wake up at 7 this morning and I watched this at 2:30 am which got me to stay up til 4am and I laughed out loud!! Those smooches with Hannah melted me!! Grace has a stomach!! Mamrie is literal perfection!! Where’s the oscar!!!?! I love you three so much and I love this movie!! I’m showing it to my entire family and all my friends because I can’t contain myself!!! Congrats!!! You guys did an amazing job!!! Can’t
Wait to see what else is in store in the world of film for you guys!!! 🎉🎉🎉🎉❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ @mydrunkkitchen@gracehelbig@mamrie@dirty30movie
“And if you’re currently being bullied, and you feel like you have no one in the world…I’m here. I like you, and I hope that somehow you don’t feel so alone. Because that’s what people need; to not feel alone - and you’re not. You’re not.” (x)
Oh my good god..WE GET IT! YOU WON! YOU WON ALL OF MAN KIND AND WE ALL HAVE A CRUSH ON BOTH OF YOU! 😂 where ze art show you may ask!? ITS RIGHT THERE! IN THE MONTAGE OF PICTURES! HANNAH AND GRACE ARE THE WORKS OF ART! 😘😘 or should I say works of HART! Oh my god okay..I need to go😂 but seriously YOU GUYS LOOK AMAZING! @mydrunkkitchen@gracehelbig@electrawomandynagirl@robinshoots
So for those unfamiliar with the situation: Grace Helbig is a brilliant online video creator and could until recently be found at the DailyGrace channel.
But that channel, and all the videos on it, were not owned by Grace. They were owned by a company, My Damn Channel.
Now, in order to have ownership and control over her stuff, she has to leave the channel that she built up to 2.5 million subscribers and start over on YouTube.
But her viewers–and the YouTube community at large–has rallied around Grace as a creator: Her new channel already has over 230,000 subscribers (JOIN US). This is Tim’s real sister.
Meanwhile, the DailyGrace channel, which will now feature reruns of old Grace videos for which she will be (I assume) paid nothing, has lost more than 100,000 subscribers in the past week. This is Tim’s corporate entity sister.
Here’s the lesson: Many corporations think that by owning YouTube channels, they’ll have something valuable. But the value is not in the channel or in the number of subscribers. On YouTube, despite the corporatization of everything, the value is in people.
I’m not a DailyGrace fan. I’m a Grace Helbig fan. And at least on YouTube, the individual still has more power than the corporation.