@danisnotonfire posted his first video six years ago today and since then he’s met his best friend, created his own unique video series such as ‘reasons why dan’s a fail’ and ‘internet support group,’ been on and now has a show on BBC radio 1, made many great collaborations with other YouTubers, created a gaming channel, written an incredible book, gone on tour, and effected the lives of over 5 million people. Dan has done a lot in these six years and I personally am glad I got to watch it all happen. He’s inspired many people and managed to make them laugh. He’s creative, intelligent, well articulated, kind, and has a unique ‘relatable’ sense of humour. I’m so glad that he chose to share his life with us and would like to say thank you.
Thank you, Dan, for posting that iconic video that makes you cringe so much. If not for you posting that video and continuing to make the great content you do, then many of us would not be the people we are today.
In the book you said that you felt that you and Phil were writing it to thank us for being there so you could share your lives and ideas with us, but really we should be thanking you for allowing us to get to know you and for making us smile.
I am so angry at the comments on Joey Graceffa’s new video.
People saying they knew years ago, no you didn’t. You might of assumed years ago but Joey never told you. Joey didn’t say he was gay, you just thought because of stereotypes. People suggesting youtubers that should come out also need to leave. Ricky has said in videos before that he is straight, just because you think he “acts gay” doesn’t mean he is. You have no right to write a comment for millions of people to see. These were a few of the top comments what I found disgusting, hopefully the longer the video is out for the better the top comments.
If somehow Joey see’s this I apologies on behalf on Team Internet.