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At some point there will be one last video,
One last sexy end screen dance,
One last draw Phil naked,
One last teehee,
One last bro fist,
One last SHUT UP,
One last outro,
One last sign off,
One last goodbye.
The goodbye without a “see you guys next week”.
The people we have built fandoms for will come to an end eventually,
But will we ever unsubscribe? No.
Will we ever delete our blogs dedicated to them? No.
Will we delete our fanfictions? No.
Will we throw out our merch? No.
Will we ever stop re-watching old videos? No. Will we ever move on? No.


We will never let go of the amazing people that have changed our lifes and have helped us all at one point or another… No matter how long after they log off their channels for good. We will always remember the memories created.

Will we ever forget them? Never.

anonymous asked:

I feel like dan doesnt know himself when he started watching phil and it really was 2009, not literally 2007, when phil had 100 subs

We know Dan had a youtube account as early as 2006. By early 2008, Phil had over 5,000 subscribers. Since we don’t know exactly when in 2007 Dan is saying he subscribed, and we don’t have accurate sub counts for 2007 we’ll just say that he had somewhere between those two numbers, yeah? 

But even 100 subs in 2007 was a lot more impressive given that there weren’t actually that many people regularly making videos on the website at all. Dan said he was buying Smosh merch when he was sixteen. He was watching Bryony and Nat Tran and Shane Dawson. He was clearly invested in youtube, so yeah. My tl;dr answer is that it’s not unreasonable to me to think Dan started watching Phil in 2007.