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What YouTube channel could you spend all day watching?

3 years ago by Civil with 36 comments

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  • AinBaya
    +7

    I could watch VSauce all day with their incredible videos. I could also listen to ASMRMinecraft for ever and let it send me off to sleep.

    • folkrav
      +2

      Oh I love VSauce. I don't know why, but Micheal has a way of making you feel excited on statistics and numbers... the delivery, something... Can't put my finger on how, though!

    • Civil
      +1

      No doubt! Anytime VSauce releases a video I try to watch it immediately.

  • sarcasimo (edited 3 years ago)
    +6

    The Red Letter Media channel is gold, between Best of the Worst, Half in the Bag, and the Plinkett reviews I would be set for quite a while.

  • Kento
    +6

    I could easily get lost in the Youtube blackhole of science videos. It is just like TED talks for me, all these inovative people talking passionatly about topics just sparks my intrest to go and read up more about it.

    • Civil
      +4

      TED Podcasts are the best for long drives as well!

  • amphetamine
    +4

    Cooking with Dog. It's really unique, adorable and surprisingly well done for a youtube series. The title surprises people a bit when I tell them about it, though.

    • achensherd (edited 3 years ago)
      +3

      I watch this show almost every week with my grandmother. The first time I found it, I was just typing "cooking" in the search bar trying to find something I thought my grandmother might be interested in, and "Cooking with Dog" came up as a suggested search result. I admittedly clicked on it initially out of morbid curiosity, wondering whether it was a cooking show with a dog in it or one with a dog (or dogs) being used as an ingredient, and was relieved to find it was the former. I think we've watched every episode together save for the more recent "Go Francis!" ones, mostly because my grandmother's more into the dog than the stuffed animal. I'm sad to see Francis age, though, and wonder what will happen once he passes. :(

  • folkrav
    +4

    I like LinusTechTips, I got hooked on the Scrapyard Wars series. It's pretty much to scratch my geek itch though, as I'm pretty much envious of all the stuff he builds more than anything!

    • achensherd
      +2

      That mineral oil PC. I'd never, ever do it, but I loved watching someone else do it in detail. :P

  • spaceghoti
    +4

    Phil Hellenes' channel. I'm sad that he hasn't produced any new videos in years. :(

    • drunkenninja
      +3

      Yep I too really enjoy his videos, here is one that I found to be incredible https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6w2M50_Xdk

    • Civil
      +3

      Unfortunately I'm at work so I can't really watch any of the videos right now. What kind of content is on that channel?

      • spaceghoti
        +2

        Science and philosophy from an atheist's perspective. He's very good at elucidating topics, and his accent has enthralled more than a few people.

        • Civil
          +2

          Fair enough. Sounds pretty interesting. I 'll have to check it out!

  • idlethreat
    +3

    Epic Rap Battles of History. In fact, was on the couch watching them yesterday. Must have spent a couple of hours going through them. Good times.

    • picklefingers
      +2

      Totally forgot that those existed. We used to memorize those back in high school.

    • Civil
      +1

      Aw man, I haven't watched any of those in ages. Might have to put those on when I get home. Are they still making new ones?

      • idlethreat
        +3

        Looks like it. The last one was released about a week ago.

  • NerfYoda
    +3

    I could watch ElectroBOOM with his deadpan yet educational lessons on how not to do electricity all day.

    • zyrthofar
      +2

      I did spend a significant part of a day watching all his videos when I discovered him. But then I ran out of videos.

      I wish he would post more often, he's awesome :).

  • BucksinSixxx
    +2

    TheNeedleDrop, a melon reviews music.

    • CheCheree
      +2

      and his side channel Thatistheplan, sometimes he does longer videos and podcast type things on there

      • BucksinSixxx
        +1

        Yeah, you get an idea of the real Anthony Fantano on that channel.

  • Xeno
    +2

    CommunityChannel (Natalie Tran).

  • exegesispieces
    +1

    I really like Video Game Dunkey. I can't stand stuff like Pewdiepie and things like that, but every video Video Game Dunkey puts out makes me crack up laughing. I especially like it when what's happening on the screen even makes him start laughing. You can tell he really enjoys putting out his videos.

  • ZombiePharmer
    +1

    I really enjoy Game Grumps. They play a variety of games from retro, to new, to Steam games of all sorts. They can usually get a few laughs out of me each episode and, after getting to know each of the gamer's personalities, it's like hanging with friends watching them play.

  • shadow1515
    +1

    I did spend all day watching CGPGrey when I first discovered it. I've seen them all now, but I could probably watch them all again now that it's been a while.

  • CluelessKiller
    +1

    Definitely Kurz Gesagt. Their videos are very informative and I love the animations. They really do a great job at explaining things and giving you a good idea about the subject.

  • ishana
    +1

    urmaker If you ever like or knew about /r/letsnotmeet you will love this channel where he narrates stories from there

  • Specter09
    +1

    I once watched all of VitalyZDTV's videos. They were pretty funny the first time around