My Top 5 Favorite YouTubers
Cable is lame and way overpriced! Watch YouTube and Hulu, they have way better content!
Just though I should start off with facts that you all should already know.
During my normal day of writing thousands upon thousands of words a day in front of my desktop computer, I always have one window dedicated to entertainment. Typically it is YouTube, Hulu, or Crunchy Roll playing while typing like a mad man without looking at the keyboard. Eventually I end up having to go back through and edit all the mistakes, misspelled words, and what not.
However, for this blog post, I will only cover my favorite YouTubers (which I’m sure you already knew by reading the title). So without further or do… here are the YouTubers you will most likely see me watching if you randomly walk in on me working.
(P.S. If you ever happen to walk in on me working and you see me completely focused with my headphones unless it is an emergency and I don’t stop… just leave me alone. Nothing against you, but any Writer/Journalist/Blogger will tell you that breaking their focus there without a justifiable important reason is one of the most disrespectful things you can do to them.)
When I say that Tpindell deserves every single piece of success, fun, and traveling he has done so far, I seriously mean it. He has been creating comedic original skits, parodies, and short films on YouTube since 2011. With over 1.4 million subscribers, if that doesn't tell show you what hard work and dedication can get you, then that's on you. In addition to his main channel, you can also view his fitness channel, and Vlog channel (which are all hilarious)!
Shady (for short) is best known for his Pokemon Let's Play's, Nuzlockes, multiple league participation, and overall presence in the Pokemon community. Although the latter has helped him achieve an amazing following, Shady also plays other games as well. During every new Pokemon release, he is the first PokeTuber I go to for advice and entertainment.
Tessa Violet is one of the original "back-in-the-day-first-YouTubers" to exist before it became a trendy thing to do. Between comedy skits, random Vlogs, very well composed music videos, traveling adventures, and more, Tessa has always stayed true to herself throughout the years. Currently she works a lot on her singing career (which she has an amazing voice and new album). I highly suggest you start from the very beginning of her catalogue and catch up to today. (No you don't have to do it in one sitting, unless you want to... then you definitely should!)
Mr. Tommy Sotomayor is one of the most underrated YouTubers in my opinion. Although by generic definition he may not be the normal content creator of planned comedic skits, and short films, that is exactly why he stands out from the rest on this list. Tommy hosts his own radio show discussing topics regarding the black community (for the most part). His controversial (yet highly true) opinions and perspectives have resulted in him having to make multiple YouTube accounts. People who don't like him have actively tried (and sometimes succeeded) in having his accounts removed. Simply search for Tommy Sotomayor on YouTube to discover all of his accounts and videos.
Jenna Marbles is also one of the original Content Creators on YouTube before it became a trend. Her videos typically include random ideas/suggestions from her followers, or things that are simply on her mind to talk about. What makes Jenna unique as a YouTuber is how relatable her content is to normal every day thoughts and situations people experience. Anytime that I am looking for the most random and funny videos to watch, I can always count on Jenna to fulfill that request with her videos.