The evolution of answering “what time is it?”
"Time to get a watch XD"
"T̨̹̲̖͚̫̩͈i͍̰̜m̳̩̩̲̼̫̭e̵̲̻̻̼̟̱ ͏͍͉͔̪t̵̝̺o g̢̮̖̦è͈̰͍͈͓̟t̟̮͚̻̤͓̠̀ ̻̼̻c̬͟r̸͙̻̮̩ea̺̲̰̤̬͚͠ͅt̙̹̟ì̟v̳͓͖̺̀ȩ̫̼.̢"
how was that in 2007 no way was that 7 years ago oh my god i’m so old
2005 - Chico Time
if we are talking in person and i accidentally spit dont even call out i saw it and im dead inside
this is so accurate it hurts
one time this happened to me when i was at my theater and the person was being really bitchy about it and like twelve people just yelled “WE’RE ACTORS WE’RE SUPPOSED TO SPIT” and it was great
I love pirates because they have no concept on albeism. oh you have no leg? here have a peg leg. no hand?? well guess we gotta put a hook on that, give those sons of bitches a surprise. Blind in one eye, put an eyepatch on no one fucking cares, youre deaf??? go man the canons you glorious bastard.They dont care if youre disabled bcus as long as you can fuck shit up they literally dont fucking care.
We live in an age where everyone has a camera on them one way or another and information is spread around the globe at the speed of light and the degree at which we apply and regard security is at an all time high….
…. and somehow a two hundred feet long, three hundred thousand pound aircraft carrying two hundred and thirty-nine souls has completely vanished.
Our tiny blue marble has become frighteningly huge in the worst way possible
This is something I’ve been wanting to write about for a while, but it feels particularly relevant right now, on the eve of Playlist Live and amongst other relevant discussions happening currently amongst specific circles of the YouTube community.
I don’t really like going to gatherings and the first thing I want to clarify is that not going to gatherings has nothing to do with not being grateful for the people that watch my videos and support my work, because I am. In fact, I used to go to gatherings ever since I first started making videos back in 2007, but back then, everyone was an equal: everyone who was at a gathering was simultaneously a YouTube viewer AND a YouTube creator. Everyone had a camera. They didn’t want to take a picture, they wanted to film a collab. It was an exciting and creative atmosphere with all kinds of people from all kinds of places. And nowadays I find that’s not the case.
My recent experience of gatherings has been that there are two groups of people who go: people who make videos and people who watch videos. Or to put it another way, people who make videos and people who want to meet the people who make videos. In many cases - not all, but many - the second group have a sense of fandom toward the first group. I don’t think this is conducive to a thriving community atmosphere when it’s placed in a live setting, and without needing to name any names, there have been various examples in our community already of YouTube users taking advantage of such an atmosphere.
I’m not saying you shouldn’t be a fan of stuff. But I think treating certain people like they’re better than us, or better than others, has - to my knowledge - never ended well. I think it does several things, including inflating the ego of those being treated better, and deflating the aspirations of those who might want to make videos, and might be very good at it, but don’t because they feel like they don’t have the right charisma/talent/charm/looks/attitude that their favourite vlogger has. Or, the opposite can also be true; it’ll encourage people to get into vlogging for the wrong reasons, because they want to lap up the attention we’ll inevitably give them, which I don’t think is particularly good for our little corner of the internet either.
This is why I don’t go to gatherings. By and large, I think they are part of the exacerbation of a long-standing problem with our community and I feel a little irresponsible attending on that basis. This is not to say I have any judgment for people that want to go to gatherings. Many of my dearest friends go and I know they have a great time, and I do know people (like Carrie and Charlie) who go for entirely the right reasons and don’t partake in any of the more self-indulgent aspects of those events. In short, I just wish everyone - on all sides, whether it be YouTube vloggers, viewers, event organisers, parents or anyone else - would be a little more aware that we are all just people. By all means, we all have the right to respect and value and even idolise the people we find entertaining or inspirational, and we have every right to enjoy and appreciate that respect when it comes our way, but nobody should forget that, first and foremost, we are all just people, because if either side forgets that, things get messy.
Ok, so I don’t know how I ended up here and woah!
And also they made this
There’s even a granny!
(there’s a guy who looks like Hulk btw)
and there are
THEY MADE THOR
And there’s also this which made me laugh
this is the coolest shit b.
Anonymous asked: can you give some links to the things that all of those shitty people did? because I hadn't heard anything about any of them except tom m and edd? and I used to follow half of them , they just sort of disappeared as far as I knew
#suicide tw / #abuse tw / #assault tw /
omg i had no idea about tom mclean or josiahfiles! This is important stuff here!!