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No. 96900

Since my frontpage is mainly garbage I'm interested who other anons like to watch on YouTube

> Share interesting YouTube channels you discovered or watch regularly


> Ask for specific recommendations


> Discuss your favourite channels and why you like them


> Foreign language channels are good to post

No. 96901

Starting off with the one and only Jreg. He makes satiric political content in the style of Filthy Frank wuth a sprinkle of self-deprication.
https://www.youtube.com/user/flavacrava

No. 96902

There are less and less noteworthy channels everyday. A year ago, I had 723 YouTube channels in my RSS, now I have 710. Literally thirteen had been deleted in just a years' time. Too bad nobody posts on BitChute or lbry. It seems like everyone's fucked off into their little Discord/Patreon bug out holes.

And I constantly beat myself up for not archiving them in time.

No. 96903

Recent discovery of mine. They make videos about moral dilemmas, religion and relationships between people.
https://www.youtube.com/user/TheraminTrees

No. 96904

I recently fell down a true crime rabbit hole and discovered Dr Todd Grande's channel. He talks about personality disorders a lot. His soothing voice is the perfect thing to listen to either while doing something else or while trying to fall asleep.

No. 96905

>>96902
I agree anon. Also good channels are harder and harder to find and many I loved a few years back stopped uploading, lost their charm or I grew out of them. I have the feeling I get a lot less quality content then before.

No. 96906

pls no booly but i really like alpharad's mario maker 2 vids

No. 96907

>>96904
If you dont know this one yet, I recommend JCS - Criminal Psychology analyzis' of police interviews, a lot of insights about psychology and interrogation techniques. Very interesting even if you're already familiar with the cases in general - actually maybe even better then.

No. 96911

Become a narc-identifying machine with Dr. Ramani's informative and easily digestible videos on narcissism!

No. 96912

>>96911
samefag, the comments are great and contain people venting about their terrible narc relatives or partners.

No. 96918


No. 96919

>>96912
People on the internet should be a little more careful diagnosing their partners/mothers/whatevers with personality disorders, we are bound to be biased in those cases and most people don't know what they are talking about anyway. I like Dr Grande's channel because of how informative he is and he also tries to stay objective.

No. 96920

>>96919
I like Dr. Grande's videos too, but they post different types of videos and it doesn't discount Dr. Ramani's work. Damn I just googled her and she is a BUSY woman, I had no idea.

Even if someone overexaggerates, the advice for dealing with narcs is to grey rock and lose their interest so it's not destructive. Rather someone go no contact over petty reasons than stay in contact with abuser. The comments are about years long relationships that sound if not abusive, terrible, and I'm glad the posters can see it.

No. 96921

>>96920
Oh I agree it's a good thing when people recognize who has treated them badly. I just noticed many people who are far from qualified like to throw diagnoses around, especially for narcissism. I blame r/raisedbynarcissists.

No. 96925

This is a man who makes sausages out of any food. He makes my day.

No. 96932

I love him and his food and his intonation

No. 96934

>>96903
Seems very well-made. Thanks for sharing it.

No. 96936

Diving/water: DallyMD (diver), man+river (diver), fisherman's life (fishing and cooking), Wild we roam (boat/van owners), Sailing SV Delos (lived on a boat for 10+ years)
Gardening: Jeb Gardener, Achickcalledalbert (raises animals)
Food: Lofty pursuits (old fashioned candy making), 내복곰 Nebokgom (cafe owner), y. na homecafe (nonalcoholic drinks)

finally there's Shin Giwon Piano who makes some nice BG piano, if anyone's got interesting travel, food, gardening channels that need attention tell me about them

No. 97002

I like her content since I've always been interested in what kind of plastic surgeries different celebs have had(especially if said celebrity denies they've had anything done or if the surgeries are near invisible).

She basically compares before and after photos, if the celebrity in the photo used photoshop or has had work done, explains how different surgeries are done and makes estimates how much each surgery cost them. There are some I never would've guessed.

No. 97012


No. 97017

Of course Liziqi.
The best channel ever.
I can't decide which video is the best then I will post the last one she added.

No. 97034

>>97002
Good channel for young women not to compare themselves to celebs, but I cringe at the phrase "plastic surgery positive". This channel both creeps me out and saddens but I'll keep watching.

No. 97078

I might get roasted for this, but I like booktube, or some of it anyway.. my fave channel is Merphy Napier, she reads a well rounded assortment of books imo. I actually sent her a book once.

No. 97081

>>96903
Im really in love with this, thank you anon.

On a much lighter note I really enjoy this girl’s video essays. I think they’re insightful and they’re focused on media for woman rather than making another fucking video on Fight Club. I also really like Vewn’s animations. They’re beautiful and are really well written.

No. 97087

I like to leave a lot of stuff in the background and just hear people rambling or talking while I do things so I figured I'd share these two

- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6i_QSkT7pCQH1llVVGd6cA

- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfOPL5nYErWwZ_feQavvqeA

No. 97099

>>97017
I watch her videos sometimes and I like them well enough, but I feel like there's something off about her.
Everything is too overproduced and perfect. It feels like this is what a Chinese cultural propaganda channel would look like.

No. 97100

>>97081
I love her video essays!

In a similar vein, this channel makes videos about movie fashion (a bit more shallow but fun to watch). I can’t figure out if this channel is a corporate channel or actually independent but it’s fun either way

No. 97119

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>>96918
I always end up checking one of the last videos of Max in the suggestion. On a related note, Birdtricks is an amazing channel about bird training.

No. 97123

I like Ready to Glare, You Suck at Cooking, How to Cook.. and Maangchi when I meed to see someone adorable.

No. 97127

>>97099
I feel the same way.I saw a video about her and she is presented as being good at so many things while being extremely pretty too.Like a chinese waifu or something

No. 97128

>>97078
Booktube has regular drama so it's entertaining in that aspect. Plus listening to people review media is entertaining and easily listening so I get it!

No. 97132

>>97127
>>97099
>Everything is too overproduced and perfect
Of course it is, like any other content in internet ever. Who want to show themselves in a bad way?

No. 97136

>>97078
I like Cindy Lou and paperbackdreams and Caleb Joseph. Does anyone ever find themselves watching booktubers review books and not actually reading books? Lol.

No. 97152

>>97132
>>97099
>>97017

Back when I was in china and discovered liziqi on youtube, i tried to find her shit on chinese media. What I got from my mainland chinese friends is that Liziqi is in actual bumfuck nowhere and lives/takes care of her grandma. she genuinely does live a lifestyle where you have to grow your own food/make ur own shit to survive because that province is not developed enough like shanghai or beijing. the people there live humbly and the only malls are in the high tiered cities, which can be hundreds of miles away. She has a camera crew though but apparently she's supposed to be a genuine person. who knows though, this is coming from chinese people who obviously consume the propaganda themselves. she had a channel before she moved to her grandmas, i think she was an office worker? either way her production quality is litty and i'd marry her in a heartbeat.

No. 97158

>>97136
i've worked in the book industry all my life and the answer to your question is yes. i mainly watch reviews for books in genres i don't touch with a 10-ft pole so that my recommendations for sci-fi/fantasy, etc. go beyond, "well, my coworkers read this book and they loved it!"

No. 97172

>>97136
Yep

>>97128
I don't really follow the drama though. I don't like the bigger booktube channels like jessethereader or poland banana or whatever her name is

No. 97179

what do you guys think about mamamax? he's been involved in what he calls "predator hunting" lately where he exposes/reports pedophiles around the internet
my friend thinks it's an act and some kinda "lady doth protest too much" turn, but i actually really enjoy how well written and shot the videos are. i also love the shit he does to the predators like in this video lmao

No. 97188

>>97099
>Chinese cultural propaganda
Jealous fat women on Reddit used to say the same shit about Christine McConnell when she first started posting her content on the internet, just saying.
Some people just learn how to operate a camera or are rich hipsters who move to the countryside, it's not that deep.

Also I love how Yanks always call everything positive about countries they dislike "propaganda", lmao.

No. 97189

>>97188
>somebody dares to question how humble/genuine somebody with a total of over fucking 60 million followers is
>omg you're all just lazy and jealous american fatties!!!

Nothing against her, good for her that she's so successful, but it's obvious that most people only care about her because she embodies the wet dream of all neckbeards: a demure and submissive waifu, does all the work, seemingly doesn't care about money, smartphones, clothes, instagram, all other sterotypical things girls like. Her being asian is an additional plus with her international fanbase. Nobody would give af if your average american, european, african etc woman made videos like that. The life she depicts is reality for 100s of millions if not billions of people worldwide and nobody finds that interesting, they don't have a camera crew and staff following them around, instead those people usually barely scrape by.

No. 97196

>>97189
>it's obvious that most people only care about her because she embodies the wet dream of all neckbeards: a demure and submissive waifu, does all the work, seemingly doesn't care about money, smartphones, clothes, instagram, all other sterotypical things girls like. Her being asian is an additional plus with her international fanbase
…No shit? Still doesn't make her "Chinese propaganda", the fuck. Would that make Belle Delphine British propaganda? Do you think every country with a corrupt government only contains exclusively bad people doing bad things and not also normal people just trying to live their life? Do you even know what propaganda is?
Also, many of her subscribers are women who just like the peaceful, wholesome content and I don't think there's anything wrong with that.

>Nobody would give af if your average american, european, african etc woman made videos like that

Not true and this just shows you're salty that she's pretty and Asian. Lauren Southern had tons of Varg-worshipping neckbeard fans just for being "trad" and blonde without doing half of what Liziqi is doing, there's lots of white girls like this all over instagram with their "aesthetic" feeds to a point where it's even a trend now (liskin_dol, Rebecka Wahl, just search the "cottagecore" tag) and plenty more that cater to weird Evangelical Christians and "digital nomads". This content is popular because it's the antithesis of most of what modern YouTube channels are and people are trying to get away from titty streamers, Twitch drama, drag makeup and Jake Paul.

>The life she depicts is reality for 100s of millions if not billions of people worldwide and nobody finds that interesting, they don't have a camera crew and staff following them around, instead those people usually barely scrape by.

Again, no shit, but those people are usually regular farmers minding their business, not pretty Chinese girls. My grandma isn't going to make a channel where she films herself digging up turnips because she doesn't know what YouTube is, doesn't care about the internet and is 103 and Italian so probably not gonna drum up thirsty neckbeard money. You think China is still some poverty-stricken Commieland where there's no young urban people with cameras, old family members in the countryside and daddy's money?

No. 97214

>>97179
he's most likely a pedo who wants to cover up for himself because a pedo hunter is the last person you'd suspect, didn't he used to post hentai clips for two years which most of consisted of incest and loli and they're all gone now? funny and sus turn of events

No. 97218

cute dude, cute accent, and is learning about hair and skin care.
I like to watch his videos to feel less lonely.

No. 97253

I started to watch two very similar channels about four months ago. Both are british mother & daughter teams, who search lost objects & sea glass from beaches and sometimes make jewelry or other crafts from their finds.

Northern Mudlarks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcjrCFCAZJUkYURMtxwpvmA/videos

Mudlarking With Kit & Caboodlers: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC981_mBdUwtHjjCiN9Cgq8A/videos

Very nice & talented ladies, and you can see also their funny pets now and then.

No. 97254

Tibees is a wonderful channel about physics and math related things. She has a very calming voice and nice NZ accent. She has videos explaining math concepts like logarithms and parabolas Bob Ross style which is something I didn't know I needed in my life.

No. 97260

>>97254
>this is her most popular yt vid
queen

No. 97316

>>97254
>>97260
I love this and I love you

No. 97324

It's cool to read some people are still using RSS to follow Youtube channels. I will be pretty pissed the day they will ditch this feature.

>>97254
She's sweet. Nice channel, thanks for sharing

No. 97351

If you're into makeup I suggest Robert. Hes really informative and goes step by step in most things when he shows how to do something, or why you should do xyz. Also plus hes not bitchy,catty like most male makeup youtubers.

No. 97352

The boys are back with their own channel.

No. 97372

>>97351

God, I love Robert so much. My own make up has truly improved ever since I started wathcing his channel and I love how refuses to use J* and other garbage brands because he knows why they suck.

No. 97509

Jackson Crawford is a good channel if you want to learn about Norse mythology, Old Norse or Old English.

History with Hilbert is a good channel too with videos about history and languages.

No. 97539

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I really like Michelle Khare. She is pretty normie but I really admire how she challenges herself. She's done firefighting training, NASA training, figure skating etc etc. I think she was on BuzzFeed originally, so good for her for branching out.

No. 97542

>>96907
thank you anon for this discovery ! I really liked it

No. 97546

I watch a combination of housekeeping channels and japan/Korea vloggers, with some 'tea spill' channels thrown in as a guilty pleasure. I really enjoy videos where they show off their extremely large grocery haul. bonus points if they have an amazing kitchen. The Queen's Cabinet is a good example of this style of youtuber.
For japananese/korean vloggers ive been really enjoying: ' tweety 트위티' even though she has recently bought into her own narrative, and '효녀HYONYEO'.

Would love to be recommended similar channels !

No. 97554

>>97539
it's funny how these buzzfeed stars are better off without buzzfeed. I liked her ballet video and her making a musical one.

No. 97865

I'm loving watching tech savvy people fuck with scammers. People like Kitboga, Jim Browning, ScammerRevolts etc. Watching them waste these guys time and destroying them is comedy gold to me. I can't wait until we all collectively grow more aware of this kind of maliciousness and get rid of these types of scams for good, they always prey on the most vulnerable. This video in particular made me cry laughing hearing the audible frustration the scammers had with Kitboga. One of them even rage quits and hands the call to someone else because the "old lady" was driving them crazy.

No. 97870

>>97546
>’tweety 트위티' even though she has recently bought into her own narrative
I watch her too. What do you mean by this?

No. 97945

Does anyone have recommendations for good art channels on Youtube? Every time I get recommended a new channel by the algorithm, it's just yet another girl with bad to mediocre anime art who got famous because she's cute. Yes, I'm aware that 99% of people watch art youtubers because they're cute and not because their art is good, but there has to be some channel out there with decent art, right?

No. 97948

>>97945
what kinda art do you like anon? digital or traditional? realism or stylized?

No. 97950

>>97948
I prefer digital. I don't particularly have a preference between realism and stylized art, and find both interesting.

No. 97951

>>97950
She was in the artist salt thread but I quite like Meppity. She’s at Calarts and uses Procreate on to draw. She doesn’t always do tutorials, but I think the ones she does do are interesting.

No. 97969

>>96932
yess this guy is great! his voice makes everything sound so appealing, lol

No. 97980

>>97865
Holy shit yes. Kit is probably my favorite with his sense of humor and how well he can act. Sometimes I wonder how he’s able to pull an act for so long.
I like Jim’s voice and how short his vids are. I’ll make sure to check the other guy out.
I’m dumb as shit when it comes to computers so I’m really interested how Kit creates the fake bank sites, or sites similar to Amazon

No. 97999

I like HalfAsInteresting. shortish videos about relatively inconsequential, but little known facts
>https://www.youtube.com/c/halfasinteresting

No. 98007

>>97865
>I'm loving watching tech savvy people fuck with scammers.

I recommend you listen to Reply All podcast, two part episode called Long Distance, they do similar thing but then they actually go to India and attempt to infiltrate the company, wild ride.

>>97945
>Does anyone have recommendations for good art channels on Youtube?

I REALLY recommend BAM Animation channel, Trent Kaniuga and Marco Bucci. Ethan Becker has some good advice too but his approach can be a big hit or miss.

No. 98023

>>96907
I watched the Russell Williams one, just learned that literal boogeyman rapists sometimes perform oral sex on you. Damn.

No. 98043

>>97218
oh, he's cute

he reminds me a bit of brandon farris in a dorky way

No. 98053

>>98007
I personally find Ethan Becker annoying as fuck (even though he's pretty good). Thanks for the other recs!

No. 98214

>>97017

are there any channels / vids similar to these? simple, country lifestyle? lol

No. 98439

I love this channel. They cover psychological topics and feature cute animations

No. 98469

>>98439
the school of life is amazing. some vids are disputable but generally, it's so good and enjoyable, I love it

No. 98529

Yunecoco is a Japanese baby channel iand a guilty pleasure of mine, it’s like watching an anime but with a baby protagonist and irl voice acting lol. The dad’s voice sounds like a protagonist’s laidback friend and the mom’s voice sounds between a tsundere and an anime villainess. Not to mention there’s a subtle fan service on the mom’s part (her not covering herself probably at times).

It’s a cute channel and the babies are charming!

No. 98532

>>98529
This is the wholesome content i really need right now! Adorable. thank you for sharing

No. 98546

If you like long rant videos, I love amandabb. She dabbles in some geek rants about GLEE, dance moms, etc.

No. 98548

>>98546
I've also fallen into the pit that is "Euro YTbers purchasing old victorian houses and renovating them"

No. 98549


No. 98550

>>98549
I like these because I love old houses and interior design. I wish I had the immediate income to redo my own home lol

No. 98713

Simply Podlogical is great since you get perspective from youtubers who are mature and have the understanding of the platform. Seeing Cristine's professionalism and passion for her business is refreshing. Any other youtube podcasts farmers enjoy?

No. 98989

CozyDay 코지데이 is a channel about daily life of simple couple, who loves cozy stuff

No. 99105

>>98713
Seems interesting, thanks anon! I also like cristine and watch her content from time to time. I personally love Cold Ones but I don't know if you could even call the videos podcasts.

Also this is one of the funniest videos I've seen in a long time. My lizardbrain lives for the sheer stupidity and impulse decisions.

No. 99107

The Tim Traveller
He makes videos about interesting, quirky things he sees during his travels. (The Vasari Corridor, The fake façades of Paris etc) his vids are usually short (around 5 to 7 minutes), I love to randomly binge watch his stuff.

No. 99110

>>99107
Bright Sun Films

makes videos about how some companies got bankrupt(see link), how some places got abandoned (Houston Astrodome, Nazareth Speedway) or big projects that got cancelled (Port Disney, Universal Studios Dubai, etc).
Very interesting videos, usually between 10 and 20 minutes.

No. 99111

>>99110

Langfocus

The name says it all. He makes videos comparing languages, or about specific features some have. His vids are usually between 15 and 25 minutes long

> btw if you speak French and are interested in linguistics related content I'd recommand the French channel "Linguisticae" https://youtu.be/4F7rLVkwuIs

No. 99303

Atrocity Guide's videos are short video essays about internet/real life oddities.

No. 99318

>>99111
Merci pour Linguisticae, je ne connaissais pas !

And I want to add that Langfocus researches the languages he taks about thoroughly. His video on darija (spoken moroccan) is excellent and since it's a super specific and obscure topic, I trust everything he says.

No. 99329

What are some good channels that are basically food log style type videos that go into some detail about cooking but have little commentary otherwise/no voiceover? Preference for plant-based/vegan. I liked Taylor R.'s What I Eat in a Day vids for reference.

No. 99346

>>97870
Her most recent videos don't feel very authentic or natural. It feels like her and her bf have begun playing a role–they're also heavier in sponsors now.

No. 99563

I love these type of videos, when someone with a camera just walks around in a foreign city. You really get the vibe of the place

No. 101496

Li Ziqi, her videos are relaxing and satisfying to watch. There are no words for the cinematography.


Since YouTube is banned in China, her marketing team uploads her videos, probably with permission from the government. Some speculate her channel is commie propaganda but I personally doubt it.

No. 101498

>>101496
It's definitely propaganda. Why would a farm girl have that sort of production value?

No. 101503

>>101496
>>101498

I’ve heard from chinese people that weirdly enough its not propaganda, she used to do the videos herself and post them on chinese social media then a western marketing team showed interest on spreading them around and monetizing her better, Li does live in a bumfuck nowhere farmland with her mom but I assume she had prior education in a bigger city before moving there since her hobby is photography and film.

No. 101508

>>101503
>heard from Chinese people
hmmmmm

No. 101554

>>101508
Normal Chinese people anon.

Not everyone from china is a commie propaganda machine, tinfoil-chan

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>>101496
>>101503
>ackshually she really is the perfect demure hardworking waifu who totally doesn't earn shitloads while being accompanied by a big team
Foreigners really are more gullible than chinese citizens kek

Just as an example of what people say about her, yes there are compliments, but definitely not solely.
https://weibo-talk.blogspot.com/2020/06/netizens-discuss-li-ziqis-countryside.html
>1. [+852] Her videos are all very pleasing to watch, but why is she suddenly in the hot searches? I thought she released a new video
She's suddenly trending for no reason, hmmm…
>2. [+500] Yearning is really just yearning. I saw her video one day and realized that these two hands really don't have it easy. I would have to give up too much to live this kind of life.
>3. [+681] I just hope the food products she sells matches the quality of her videos. . . . . (T/N: Recently one of Li Ziqi's food products were found to have quality problems).
>4. [+926] I don't yearn for her life, because I won't even be able to do a simple task like fertilize the soil in the countryside
>5. [+299] So fake. We don't know how much manpower and financial resources are needed behind the lends to maintain this superficial wonderful country lifestyle.
She's mainly known for being loved by foreigners, that's why most of them don't really have a problem with her, despite not falling for her shtick. That woman is basically free propaganda for them.

No. 101811

Channels about video games are great, this one has cool graphics and tells the story behind the development of famous games!

No. 101843

>>101811
I don't even play vidya, but I love these kinds of videos. Summoning Salt is one of my faves even though I couldn't care less about speedrunning.

No. 101865

>>101843

Anon same, but I love MK wii videos in general. My favorite channel is TWD98, his genuine enjoyment of the game is so wholesome.

No. 102385

I've been super into PlanD videos lately, I find them incredibly soothing and kinda inspiring, plus she has a very relaxing voice. Watching her work on her sewing projects so diligently and still take breaks to enjoy the outside and eat tasty foods makes me remember that you need to take time to appreciate the little things.

No. 102685

Prozd's snack reviews are great, I love it when he gets sick of eating halfway through and complains while trying to give his opinion.

No. 102690

>>102685
His S tier choices were on point here

No. 102695

>>101586
it's funny how people defend her so much even earlier in this thread.not that I mind what she does, but I believe this is more propaganda than not.

anyway,my recommendation for this thread is kelly stamps. got a vid of hers randomly and I love her personality and vibe.haven't watched that many videos yet,but I actually sat through one of her vlogs and enjoyed it.and as a person who HATES vlogs,it's really something

No. 103147

Ok anons I need your help, I'm at my wits' end here. I've cleaned up my subscriptions from all the Youtubers I used to like but have become drama/commentary channels or too repetitive (Alizee Yeezy, D'Angelo, PayMoneyWubby, SovietWomble, etc.) and now I'm left with close to nothing (Internet Historian, JonTron and some French stuff basically).

So I'm looking for small, and I mean <i>small</i>, channels that post about books, movies, philosophy, internet culture and/or video games and put some damn effort in their jokes and editing without just following what's trendy. I'd like it if they had some fucking personality too apart from "hi guys welcome back to my channel pls comment, like and subscribe". Sarcasm, high standards and humility are huge bonus points.

I legit have no idea how to find those since Youtube only recommends me vids from the 10 channels I'm already subscribed to, behemots like Pewdiepie and co. or horrid Vevo shit.

Thank you very much,

A desperate anon who wants to support nice, creative people

No. 103164

>>102695
Been seeing her around and finally watched some of her videos. I love her! She's funny and her personality is endearing.

No. 103165

>>103147
Can’t help you on the small front but i like vsauce, red letter media, nerd city, the right opinion, emp lemon internet comment etiquette, nerdwriter, kappa kaiju… maybe there’s something in there for you? Also I think some of the channels already posted here are quite good for what you’re looking for.

No. 103166

>>103147
I think there are some alright breadtube-adjacent channels, like Shannon Strucci for media (though she hasn't uploaded recently).

No. 103167

>>103165
Samefag but rhino stew is amazing! Also there’s the whole leftosphere like contrapoints, hbomberguy, philosophy tube etc if you’re into that. I find them all obnoxious and unwatchable though

No. 103170

>>103147
Along with other anon’s recs, I like nakeyjakey for video game related content

No. 103171

>>103165
I stayed subbed to Nerd City and Kappa Kaiju through the big cleaning so I'm definitely going to check the rest of your list, thank you so much. Also thank you to the person who recommended The School of Life upthread.
Edit: I subscribed to the whole list, a+ taste anon.

>>103166
Loved the video you linked, thank you for the recommendation!

>>103170
Just reading the video titles I know I will like it, thanks!

No. 103172

>>103147
Cindy's technically not a super small channel but she only has about 220k
She mainly does book reviews and I love her sense of humor!
This is her most popular video but honestly, all of them are pretty great

No. 103175

I love Jenny so much
She has the type of effortless humor I wish I had
I also recommended her brony-con video that came out last month

No. 103190

>>103147
I really like cuck philosophy and ralphthemoviemaker

No. 103192

>>103190
Anon, me too!

No. 103198

>>103147
if you want a really small channel about books, you could always check out the inked reader. I like her videos but they are kinda long and she has a really thick accent

No. 103207

>>103172
cindy is the only booktuber who i tolerate talking about YA novels that i don't have the interest on reading.

i always think of her humor as edgy tumblr though which i like to a certain degree. but she does it well. i wish she upload more videos related to her writing a novel though, i always find it interesting to watch those kind of videos (since i'm currently writing my novel as well).

No. 103227

Genetically Modified Skeptic makes a lot of atheist videos (he was raised envangelical) and I really like the thoughtfulness and honesty in his videos. If atheist content bores you, he has some videos on MLMs that are great, his family has experience with them.

No. 103234

>>103227
Antibot is his wife's channel specifically about MLMs. I learned about it today, but she's helped him with his videos about MLMs and those were great. If you're not American or don't know much about these, have fun learning about how fucked up these are!

No. 103236

>>103147
this may not be in your range of interests, as it's technically a "family" channel but i find these dudes videos so hilarious and wholesome. it's not vlogging or anything, it's skit based videos and editing. his little girls are adorable and the editing is top tier. the family are all just amazing, good people and the whole channel is worth a watch

No. 103259

>>103172
I don't mind her but unfortunately I hate YA so much I even can't bear to listen to rants about it. Thank you all the same though.

>>103190
Cuck philosophy is great, thank you!

>>103198
My ESL ass empathises with her and I like that she has a lot on horror and thrillers, thanks.

>>103227
I don't care much for atheism or religion talk in general but fucked up MLM's are my shit, thanks!

>>103236
Not my interest at all yeah but it's quite cute and well made, thank you.

Here is a list of recommendations to show my gratitude: Thafnine (video games and internet culture), Doplex (internet culture), Mörges (can't categorise, warning for loud voice) and Cynic Snacks (movies, usually the bad ones).

No. 103271

eldena and other youtubers that talks about fan or fandom related drama (i really enjoy drama around fanfiction or fanfic writers like the vid i put in the youtube link). wish eldena would talk more about fandom related stuff though, don't like the other contents he puts out like let's play and what this ship says about you but if that's what he loves then i can't stop him from putting out vids like that.

but whenever he drops the good stuff it's really lengthy but enjoyable. even more when it's something from years ago, especially something niche or unheard to the people who were outside of the drama at all.

also red bard is good, she's speak clearly and her thoughts are coherent.

No. 103728

Anons, can you recommend me a good studying/productivity/college-focused youtube channel with good tips for students about learning and staying organized, notes taking etc?

No. 103762

>>97945
BoroCG, he's a digital artist with a long running series called overpain. reworks subscriber's art and explains what he's doing. does a lot of genres and he's calming/funny.

No. 103765

>>103147
ThorHighheels has really nicely produced videos about video games. Also Grimbeard. Both are funny as fuck to me.

No. 103766

Even though this is short, the 'choose you own adventure' aspect of it is sorta interesting and unique

No. 103806

>>103766
This is kinda cool, but I'm stuck and cant find th true ending…

No. 104027


No. 104522

journey of a hoarder mom cleaning out her home over time, she's been at it for a couple of years and is making good progress! humanizes hoarders and if you like declutter or similar videos it's great.

No. 104532

>>103147
I really like whittynovels, The Artistan Geek and booksandlala. The last two are great if you want to relax, I adore their chill attitude and how mature they are.

No. 104744

For fellow conspiracyfags or people who hate Hollywood/the elites in general, this channel is the one for you!

No. 104745

>>104744
thanku anon very cool

No. 105149

I've been so obsessed with this girl's vlogs recently. If you're into cleaning and planning and being productive then you'll like her.

No. 105184

Way out west is a guilty pleasure of mine, all of the videos they post are so calming. I love their months check in vlogs about their farm and all the animals. It took me a while to get used to how they both speak but now i love it.
They're so wholesome and also run a therapy farm with some of their animals and often raise money for them.

No. 105298

do you guys like any female lets players? seems like all the popular ones make their content for men. i mean, good on them for knowing their audience, its just not what i'm looking for.
i wanna find a channel with that kinda chaotic and silly humor you mostly see from channels ran by men. i know there has to be a ton out there, but i can't seem to find any.

No. 105299

Food4Dogs makes videos about jRPGs and visual novels, I love how calming her unboxings and talks about games are.

No. 105300

>>105298
Learn Japanese and watch VTubers

No. 105306

>>105299
She's so cool!

No. 105353

Dr. Rahim always pops up for me and it's great for background noise. It's amazing to see what he can do to help these people

No. 105415

I really like Georg Rockall-Schmidt‘s channel. Makes really good videos about movies mostly, plus his dry humour is funny sometimes. Also doesn’t insert shit politics into the videos like a lot of youtubers of the same vein do. This is just a random vid but check out his channel if you like discussions about movies.



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