Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Roadster, Nov 2, 2017.
Post your favorite YouTube channels.
I tend to watch that a lot. Their documentaries are amazing. Some of their old stuff is cheeky shit, but more modern stuff is really good.
JRE is usually a decent listen, helps if you like mma, weed or mocking people.
Everyone needs to watch the Alex Jones one. it is fucking terrific
damn, i mean one of the channels i really enjoy is super specific if you're into a show, so probably wouldn't list that.
But if something that anyone can watch, probably 4Yall Vlogs. The vlogs just feel like skits combined.
I like that channel.
I guess you gotta list H3H3. Not his shitty podcast.
His podcast is the main thing I listen to by him pal
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His podcast ain't bad, but like his actual YT content is way better. He's probably gonna move away from YT stuff and focus more and more on podcast so it's gonna suck.
Funhaus is by far my favorite channel, haven't come across any other channel that comes close to them.
Killian Experience is pretty good. CareyHolzman is a guy who does computer building tutorials and the such, pretty good channel. Anthony Fantano for music reviews. Jon Bois has a great channel as well, and the best twitter in the world.
Might check some of those out.
In no real order...
- Bay Area Buggs
- Jeff Favignano
- Adam Koralik
Copa 90, KidBehindACamera and TVFilthyFrank.
I also forgot to mention OTRSCentral for my wrestling fix. Guy has been a classic since 2010.
Yeah, I love the Shlegdaddy. His vids are great. Been watching him and WrestlingGurus back in the day, but they don't make vids anymore. Well they do, but upload rate is like low
I'm glad someone else actually knows who he is. So far, his 2018 upload schedule is looking nice!
As for wrestling channels, I used to watch Wrestling with Wregret a lot more often. It's not a bad channel, at all.
I watch WWW as well. Its pretty dang good.
I think it adds more to the show and his credibility, that the host was/is an independent wrestler and has spent so much time around the industry. It's harder to take the WhatCulture guys seriously since the closest they ever got to the industry was making their own promotion to kinda fulfill their fantasy booking needs.
CowChop, NakeyJakey, HipHopDX
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