Any youtuber has helped you in any way in your life. I want to collect all your url’s for a special project (for coursework and then for my wall after I get it back). Also, feel free to REBLOG how and why they helped you because I’d love to read and reply ^.^

like/reblog this if you post anything about:

- phil lester

- dan howell

- pj liguori

- evan/dodie/bribry/youtubers basically

- supernatural/misha collins

- fall out boy

- space

- art (literally of any kind)

and i’ll check out your blog ^-^


Okay so I found this lovely youtuber a few months ago and I’ve been watching a lot of his videos, and it recently dawned on me that, oh no!

He has a surprisingly low amount of subscribers? I mean sure, it’s tons of people watching his videos and all, but it’s nothing like other people who I find just as funny! I feel like the reason for this is due to joining the game a bit later, the oldest video on his channel is 4 years old to date and it is a nerd off, because he’s obviously one of the cool kidz.

Of course, despite this video being newer than other popular youtuber’s oldest videos, he has matured and is better than he used to be. I guess it’s around time to get to my point, right? Ah yes, why should YOU be interested in subscribing to Evan Edinger? Well, I’ll friggen tell you.

1 - He’s sO AWKWARD

2 - He is sooo PUNNY (in the best way)

3 - Demisexual representation yo!!!

4 - He’s into all this cool stuff that you probably like too because tumblr…

Like song references

actual satire

(Also that’s the same shirt as AmazingPhil so c’mon)

5 - He’s an ogre.

(they have layers)

6 - He is an artisT

and yeah this (not counting bullets anymore tbh)

Some miscellaneous quotes:

“I never use the word ‘fan’ to refer to anyone who watches or likes my videos, even if they consider themselves fans, because that automatically puts me up on a pedestal like I’m better than everyone else and that leads to idol worship which is something I don’t want to happen on my channel.”

“Hello everybody and welcome back to my bedroom, you haven’t seen that in a while-”

“I like sitting in a room by myself talking to a camera and then spending hours and hours editing videos of my face, laughing at my own puns. I guess I could just shorten that to laughing at my own puns.”

“*crazy whistling solo*”

“Thanks for this.” (Pls someone get this)

“Who would bomb Australia? The-there’s just kangaroos there.”

“Watching the ball drop and reblogging some fireworks gifs on tumblr. That was my aesthetic.”

“I have to choose between being non-consensually kissed, and being slapped across the face.”

Please consider watching some of Evan’s things on youTube, I feel like some of you people who have never heard of him before may really enjoy watching his videos, and be sure to subscribe if you do!


On another note I actually spent a lot of time on this post so please consider ha h

Growing up

I’ve never actually felt like I’ve ever wanted to make a meaningful tumblr post ever. I was reading something on twitter about YouTubers and how we all grow up and stop watching them! It really stuck a chord in my body. But the post I saw was completely right even though I didn’t want to believe it. For me, YouTubers are my life and imagining my life without them is quite heart breaking. I’m just going to use my favourite youtuber as an example which is Luke Cutforth. Luke is not going to be doing YouTube forever, maybe not in the next 10 years. Luke will grow up, get married, have a family and I can’t do anything about that. Luke is going to make a final YouTube video, and he’s going to start a new chapter in his life. The same as Dan&Phil, Emma Blackery, VeeOneEye, BriBry, Tyler Oakley and so on! And then we are going to grow up. Our teenage years will be over before we know it. A lot of us will have online friends now, but I know we won’t speak to them forever. The friendships we have now won’t last forever. I love everyone of my online friends and real life friends. The sad part is with your online friends is that, your conversations will get shorter, you won’t speak for weeks and then nothing at all. Imagine that! I know I will never forget any fandom that I was in. I made myself cry on twitter last night because I’ll be letting go of YouTube and my friends one day. 20 years on from now, this will be over! I won’t be a teenager anymore. But we can’t help that. Time is going away fast. It made me also think, I might never meet my favourite youtuber, he might forget who I am! When or if I have kids, i know I’m going to tell them about YouTube if it isn’t still a website. I’m going to explain to them everything to them, fandoms, tweets, tumblr and so on. I will explain to them, if it wasn’t for them I wouldn’t be here anymore. And that is completely true! It really sucks, it does! Growing up sucks because we really can’t do anything about it and then when youtubers leave YouTube, they sign off from their channel, it will be the saddest day of our lives! But I know I will be proud of them! And I’m sure a lot of you will too. I guess it’s all going to be a part of growing up.