so i put a bunch of youtubers into the hunger games simulator website

and right off the bat at the cornucopia-

connor is savage

damn, cat

it’s so realistic

nice, connor

bruh if she wants to die let her

alliance?

at least zoe has a heart

rip marzia and troye

what the shit, dan holy fuck

another alliance?

mamrie ruthless

goD DAMMIT, DAN. WHAT THE HELL, BRUH.

rip in peace

phil, baby ;-;

damn, pewds

DA M N MIMEI FUCKING RUTHLESS SHE GIVES NO SHITS

rip my gay babies

emma, shit

RIP I HARDLY KNEW YE

well that’s what happens

bye bye

EMMA PLEASE

great

MARY OH MY GOD

ingrid, wow

EVERYONE JUST DIES LEFT AND RIGHT. AND THEN YOU GOT BITCH ASSES MARY AND PHIL OVER HERE, WHAT THE HELL GUYS

rip emma i always hated you (not really)

MARY WH AT T H E FU CK HOW DA RE YOU ?!?!?

and the victor is:

for being a total bitch congrats

youtube

Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart on their YouTube success

The two Internet stars have unconventional success stories, and owe it all to YouTube. Norah O'Donnell sits down with the ladies who say they do not consider themselves celebrities.

This is additional, web-exclusive footage from today’s CBS Sunday Morning interview. (Also, the video plays - there’s just no thumbnail)

THIS IS A COOL THING THAT YOU SHOULD ALL READ!!!

Okay, so I have over 6000 followers on tumblr, most of whom I’m assuming are teenagers and/or part of fandoms and/or have internet friends. 

That’s why I feel like you guys would be interested in this really cool project #TwoSpaced… Basically, my friends Catty and Poppy (who are waaaay cooler than I am) are making a documentary that aims to show how positive, real and important internet friends can be. Their video explains it much more than I can so take a look here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90GQ6u9OAlg

 I think this documentary is so so important because it took a lot of convincing for my mum to let my meet my first internet friend just over a year ago and I feel that something like this would have made her realise just how important internet friends are. Now, I have met so many internet friends (including Catty & Poppy!) and it’s honestly the best feeling in the world and I know that a lot of you probably have parents who are a bit apprehensive about letting you meet your internet friends so I think something like this project would really help. 

Obviously this project will cost money so the girls have set up an indiegogo campaign for things like train tickets to film so if you’d like to donate, heres the link - https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/two-spaced-documentary. If you can’t donate, please just promote this because I feel so strongly about this and I’m sure a lot of you will too, so if you’re interested, please reblog this post to get the word out. 

I wish Catty and Poppy every success in the world, they are both complete angels and they are helping so many people with something like this! 

Give them a follow on here callmecatty and theres-no-place-like-youtube

or on twitter @mscatrinhopkins and @pxppy_rose <3 

#TwoSpaced - a documentary about internet friends

Hey guys! Thought some of you would be interested in this. Two of my coolest internet friends - theres-no-place-like-youtube​ and callmecatty​ are making a documentary all about internet friends!! They’d love it if you could just spare a couple of pounds lying around in your pocket, they only need another £300, just for train tickets! DONATE AND WATCH THE VIDEO HERE!

We are friends that met on the internet and we live exactly 99 miles apart and weirdly enough, this is one of the best friendships either one of us has had. We have been thinking about this project for a really long time and we decided that we are finally going to do something about it.  Many people in the younger generation are known to making friends online and trying to explain this to the older generation is proving to be a lot harder than it should be.  
This is basically going to be a short film / documentary / long vlog that will include interviews, stories and the documentation of internet friendships.

#GetMamrieTo1Million

Hey guys.
So I have been having the toughest time lately with all aspects of my life. And most days, it’s really tough for me to make it through the days without my depression getting the better of me. But I discovered Mamrie Hart and the Holy Trinity about 4 months ago and let me tell y'all, it makes me feel so much better to just turn their videos and just laugh and forget about all the bullshit I have to deal with and what I’ve learned from following her on all social media is that Mamrie Hart is one of the sweetest most deserving Youtubers out there. And she’s not to 1 million subs yet. So I’m starting the tag #GetMamrieTo1Million and I don’t care if I’m the only one who uses the hashtag I will not rest until she has 1 million subs.
So mametownies and Holy Trinity Fandom, are you in?