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The Uk is in a 21 day lockdown
So i need your help to suggest some good channels to watch on Youtube
i like any of the following:
vtubers and animated music channels
quiz and puzzle based channels
un boxing (like loot boxes etc...)
and anything just nice
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just to start it off i will say 5 channels i love watching right now
https://www.youtube.com/user/chicagocubs1980 - great unboxing and return pallet videos channels
https://www.youtube.com/user/WrestletalkTV - wrestling review channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/ashens - great retro and crap food channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/simonscat - cool fun cartoon channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Ta8RQydQwHdFwzYt9cnYg - funny british comedy show
and one bonus channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKtsD4u-Z7ScL5e9Fr7w4DA - good channel about bitcoin
Comedy / gaming
thanks shell give it a go
Doraleous and Associates is very funny! If you like RPG/medieval stuff, you should give it a try! :))
How about un book? It’s great for your eyes and you can put your imagination to test ;)
Hey, how bout if you know any channels that do book reviews you could encourage people to read Mayanaise? It sure would be fun if we could get everyone to read!
I don't really do youtube outside of watching the occasional old music video :)
I used to waste my time watching all sorts of shit, but prefer to game, read or watch shows instead.
+1.Currently reading The Canterville Ghost - Osar W. (totally recommended) . Also wanted to watch the movie - even more since people say it's a bit different from the book.
Up next: The Name of the Wind - Patrick Rothfuss.
What about you? What have you been reading? What are you planning to read?
The original Dragonball series at the moment actually 🤣
I have a plethora of manga I bought that I'm catching up on, but have a few of Gibson's novels to read as well as some other stuff.
Not a huge fan of e-books as reading lots of text on a screen tends to cause me eyestrain, compared to reading real books, but the sci-fi bundle has got me wanting to try again.
https://www.youtube.com/user/VoxisProductions/videos if you want some mean but funny reviews
https://www.youtube.com/user/trachenburg/videos another Channel for reviews but more about niche old Horror movies + "the exploring"- series are really fun. essentially interesting short documentaries how some of these old movies came to be
Also due to a lack of snow ive come to enjoy long videos about Wintercamping like this
i'll check them out although i'm not really a fan of horror
Old horror 70s/80s/some 90s are essentially comedy by today standard. Lots of so bad its funny titles
Recently i enjoyed BuzzFeedVideo's Draw-Off videos. Apart from different artists' different style and perspectives on characters, Kevin and Jackie's synergy is great.
looks like fun
You should definetly check it.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvCtIO1it51jSkZGibS9R3w - anime
looks like it should be a laugh thanks
A few of my favourites. Some popular ones and some lesser known channels. Enjoy :)
Abroad in Japan https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHL9bfHTxCMi-7vfxQ-AYtg
Atomic Shrimp https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSl5Uxu2LyaoAoMMGp6oTJA
Did not really want to post niche channels I like.
The Onion: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfAOh2t5DpxVrgS9NQKjC7A
Historia Civilis: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv_vLHiWVBh_FR9vbeuiY-A
Sam O'Nella Academy: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1DTYW241WD64ah5BFWn4JA
I normally like just finding videos from the search bar or from other sites though.
My favourite channel is unfortunately in Russian, but many videos are subtitled. It's a channel of a woman who lives with 4 owls, a cat and a bunch of little terrarium monsters, and they are all awesome. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwB1KTdX2PNgA4Q79PfOydw
Personally, I love the Snarled channel's Something Scary series. It's a series of animated horror stories. It may not be your cup of tea but they're well made and binge-worthy!
Fitz, SovietWomble, two of my favourites (humour and videogames)
Heck yeah, love them both. Teo is also in the same type, if you haven't seen him yet.
Kaif is in the same category!
Marble racing (it's awesome, mostly because of the announcer) -- Jelle's Marble Runs
Stand up comedian -- Michael McIntyre
Diecast vehicle racing (it's awesome, mostly because of the announcers) -- 3DBotmaker
Bad Lip Reading
Some good gameplay channels:
Many a True Nerd
+1 for Bad Lip Reading.
tried it in the past - i just don't think it clicked with me
+1 for Michael McIntyre :)
By the way, do you watch Jimmy Carr?
Call Me Kevin - an Irish guy who plays games the "wrong" way. Check out his Gmod RP and Sims videos, I think they are the best.
DougDoug - Gaming shenanigans. Mostly recorded Twitch streams of "challenges" involving stupidly modded games (like biking off a GTA 5 mountain with only voice commands, while planes are crashing down from the sky).
Mitten Squad - Tries to beat games with self-imposed handicaps (like beating Fallout 3 as a baby). Mostly with RPG games (lot of Fallout) but also other games. It's all narrated on an edited recording of the run, and oddly comforting to watch. There's also some funny moments/jokes in there.
John Wolfe - Horror games player that doesn't do purposely obnoxious reactions. It's kind of fun to see him actually get scared occasionally as it is a rare occurrence. Also plays "bad" horror games for fun, these can be pretty funny too.
SovietWomble - A bunch of friends doing stupid shit. The editing is really fun in those videos.
Drew Lynch - Funny guy.
Steve Hofstetter - Funny guy, but funnier heckler shutter-down.
Door Monster - Gaming skits and sketches. Hilarious and perfect line delivery, I love them. Unfortunately they've recently decided to change the channel and focus on D&D stuff, but they still have their old content you can watch.
Studio C - Same as above, but on a more professional level.
The Shmuck Squad - For your abridged anime fix.
PurpleEyesWTF - Same as above, but much, much better. Sadly barely ever uploads anymore, but do yourself a favour and watch Code Ment and None Piece.
mans1ay3r - Because gamerpoop, that's why.
Zebra Corner - Makes fun of shitty TV ads.
Also you didn't ask for that, but here's another category of fun stuff.
Computerphile - Interesting computer stuff explained so even an idiot (like me) understands.
Tom Scott - Discovered via Computerphile, explains fun things about science, places on Earth, and general fun facts about the world.
Sam O'Nella Academy - Historic events explained in a comedic way, with crudly drawn images.
Oversimplified - Similar to above, but with slightly better images/animations.
Extra Credit - Same as above but explained in a serious manner and more in-depth. Also includes other topics than history (like games dev, mythology, politics, etc).
Michael Reeves - For when you're not sure if you want sciency tech stuff, or just laugh your ass off at stupidly useless robots, tools and toys.
https://www.youtube.com/callmekevin is my go-to
If you like wrestling (you didn't say which promotions) and comedy, I recommend KanaChanTV. She is absolutely hilarious. She does a few with Kikutaro and they are great. This one is my fav. It doesn't hurt that she is super easy on the eyes too.
QI: Quite Interesting
both funny and informative
im having a hard time finding full episodes from season p and before
Great show. Real shame that Stephen Fry left though...
Sandi is fine but it's just not quite the same anymore.
Zero Punctuation is super funny web series of Video Game reviews. It's basically rapid-fire comedy with a review hidden in there between the humor. Has a loooooot of episodes since it's been on-going for... how long has it bee? 10 years? 15? Anyway, it's a very long-running series. ^_^'
Videogamedunkey is pretty funny. He... basically doesn't take anything seriously and makes everything look ridiculous. XD
Honest Trailers makes fun of movies by making made up trailers that are ridiculously honest about all the stupid and nonsensical stuff that happen in the movies in question. (There's also a spin-off called Honest Game Trailers that does the same with video games but that one is hosted on a different channel and... let's say they had some ownership things going on recently and the newer trailers have questionable quality at times.)
Similarly there's Pitch Meetings bringing attention to ludicrous stuff in movies by having a script writer (who is completely nuts) pitch the movies to a movie director (who isn't much better and is borderline useless). Oh, and they're both played by the same guy.
All of Dorkly's video game parodies are hilarious, but do be warned that it's almost 100% pitch black comedy. You can check out their playlists for parodies related to specific games or themes. (Regrettably their parent company College Humor went bankrupt two months ago so newer videos have been... slower, but all the old stuff is still there and hilarious.)
I personally find this guy's anime related videos pretty funny.
And for something not humor related- Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell has a lot of awesome science-y videos about different subjects, as well as random general information videos or other random interesting stuff. All with a pretty neat art style and narration. Neutron stars are pretty awesome. :D
Here's a couple of channels I noticed nobody mentioned yet:
I watch a few comedy video podcasts. Probably an acquired taste so I don't think everyone will like them, but might be worth a try.
King and the Sting
2 Bears One Cave
Great Big Story - YouTube
エガちゃんねる EGA-CHANNEL - YouTube
I like things that can be laughed without knowing the language.
Some domestic anime is available for free on the internet distribution service (for corona), so it seems that some people watch such anime.
e? Is it a YouTube channel that I often see? Is a secret.😉
Watched a lot of comedies on YT so I can definitely recommend some to you :)
Will add some more when I find the time to go through my YouTube subscriptions :)
You can check out my channel too if you want ;)
The Cyanide & Happiness channel
watch it already - sometimes , it's alright but i don't like follow it that carefully
You probably know them # outsidexbox
sorry but i do and no point watching as i haven't had an x-box in years and likely never will again
They are not doing only xbox stuff, check out they 7 things list videos, and/or sister chanel Outside Xtra
Kind of sideways advice, but the Dicefunk DnD podcast is something I enjoyed a lot - 30something, about an hour long episode for each season, individual adventures in a progressing world. I think they are on the 6th season now. S1 is a bit more to traditional DnD as there's quite a lot of fighting, from S2 they go towards character-interactions, how choices and roll checks affect the story, with pretty grandiose premises. Can be fun, and it's very DnD newbie-friendly, even I figured it out!
dnd is like dungeons and dragons right - shell check it out got a link
If you can and want to do that, they are on the podbean app too, very nice app for phones ( download, tracking, reverse/fastforward, continue from current)