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Who are YOUR fav youtubers?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mistersprinkles, 24 Sep 2016.

  1. waspy88

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    Joined: 9 Sep 2008

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    Location: United Pingdom

    If you haven't given Casey Neistat a go, please do. He isn't just for millennials, his videos are generally superbly well produced and well thought out montages of wherever he is travelling. Love his stuff.

    I love kaptainkristian, he seems to be better than the Nerdwriter, who I also love. KK videos are very well produced and full of interesting stuff.

    I am going to give some of the ones in this thread a try!
  2. Regy53


    Joined: 11 Jun 2011

    Posts: 3,782

    Location: Northampton

    I have been following 1puglife daily for about 5 years lol... sometimes it gets a bit lame but i always go back. Quite a laugh sometimes and sometimes you just have to put your head in your hands and think wtf
  3. cainer

    Man of Honour

    Joined: 9 Jan 2010

    Posts: 13,346

    Glad to hear that a lot of you like my channel

  4. Jonon9


    Joined: 23 Sep 2010

    Posts: 122

    Paul Sellers
    Tips from a shipwright
    Tools in action
    Squirrel (nut house)
  5. shauncr91


    Joined: 28 Dec 2007

    Posts: 11,468

    Location: Sheffield

    Richard Lewis
    Soviet Womble
    Linus Tech Tips
  6. CaptainComedy

    Perma Banned

    Joined: 3 Jul 2008

    Posts: 3,772

    Location: My fabulous ship

    cox n crendor

    if you know the game starcraft - starcrafts
  7. Glaucus

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    Joined: 11 Mar 2004

    Posts: 76,632

    Really, its like reality TV, with nothing apart from showing off wealth. Had the miss pleasure after a kickstarter project was linked.to him, the bendy pod. Can't understand why people watch him.
  8. Skunkworks


    Joined: 3 Jun 2005

    Posts: 7,294

    SyeTenAtheist is a seriously talented and funny guy. His Truck of Peace and Qur'an Gangbang series are especially good. It’ll be a shame when he gets murdered.
  9. Kuros

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    Joined: 26 Mar 2015

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    Location: West Midlands

    Many A True Nerd
    Total Biscuit

    Tom Scott
    My Virgin Kitchen
  10. abui1806

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    Joined: 5 Mar 2014

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    Location: Southampton

    Nigahiga :)
  11. SDK^


    Joined: 18 Oct 2002

    Posts: 19,205

    My list

    Car Related
    Auto Express
    Chris Harris on Cars
    Engineering Explained
    Harry's garage

    Game Related
    Chief Pat - Clash Royale & Clash of Clans (iOS)
    Clash With Ash - Clash Royale & Clash of Clans
    nickatnyte - Supercell iOS games
    Cinemassacre (Retro games)

    Photography Related
    DigitalRev TV
    Jared Polin
    Matt Granger
    Tony & Chelsea Northrup

    Toy Related - ideas for my son (plus he watches the videos too)
    Coop772 - Nerf Gun reviews
    NerfBoyProductions - Nerf
    Brickbuilder (Lego)
    JANGBRiCKS (Lego)
    optibotimus - Hot Toys and general high end figures

    Cycling Related
    Cycling Weekly
    Global Cycling Network (GCN)
    Global Mountain Bike Network (GMBN)
    Specialized Bicycles

    Tech Related
    Marques Brownlee (MKBHD)

    WatchMojo.com - top 10 lists of interesting things

    Watch Related
    Last edited: 26 Sep 2016
  12. DrToffnar


    Joined: 25 Jan 2013

    Posts: 3,732

    Just about everything, though I have favourites of course. It's all I ever watch now to be quite honest. Very rarely do I go on Netflix and other streaming services and I haven't sat down to watch actual television for months, even years now.

    Won't bore you with a list, but atm I'm hungrily consuming all old episodes of Machinima Respawn Inbox with ecstatic delight. Rarely has there been a double team as funny as Mr Sark and APL. If you haven't watched it I CANNOT recommend it enough. Just be very careful who you watch it with, the humour is both blue and very offensive if same drab **** catches it at the wrong moment.
  13. Sankari


    Joined: 29 Dec 2007

    Posts: 27,173

    Location: Adelaide, South Australia

  14. Glaucus

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    Posts: 76,632

    why on earth would you hate asmr stuff.
  15. SDK^


    Joined: 18 Oct 2002

    Posts: 19,205

    Yup I agree :)
    I started following him when I was looking at Powermeters and he provided some good advice and tips, around Dec 2014. It's been a while since I watched any of his content.
  16. tcfreer

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    Joined: 2 May 2014

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    Location: Manchester

    My Lists

    The Mighty Jingles - WoT
    Circonflexs - WoT
    Oke - Jedi - WoT
    (These guys above are the reason I started doing my WoT YT channel in the first place)

    Vlog / Car
    Life of Tom - Syndicate
    Mr Jww
    SuperCars of London
    Seen through Glass
  17. Sankari


    Joined: 29 Dec 2007

    Posts: 27,173

    Location: Adelaide, South Australia

    I'm sure he's sound as a pound on the subject of biking. But anything else... :eek:

    Explained here.
  18. Munkyman

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    Joined: 8 Jan 2005

    Posts: 1,857

    Location: Coventry

    I'm subscribed to far too many channels but these are the ones I watch the most of.

    Paul's Hardware
    Awesomesauce Network/Bitwit

    Jay Leno's Garage
    Chris Harris on Cars
    Top Gear (For CH mainly)
    Bad Obsession Motorsport
    Harry's Garage
    Mighty Car Mods

    Preach Gaming
    Some Yogscast Channels

    Meinl Cymbals
    Devin Townsend
    Pearl Drums
    Frog Leap Studios
  19. Glaucus

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    doesn't explain it at all. other than an ignorance of what it is. its more than a relaxing sound.
    why does it matter if anyone can do it, lot of stuff on youtube any one can, but they dont.
  20. Michaeljcox24

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    Joined: 12 May 2010

    Posts: 1,868

    Location: West Bromwich

    Louis Rossman
    Kermode & Mayo
    Boogie 2988
    Scooby 1961