A Curated Collection Of Videos Meant To Help You Deal
Eventually I will run out of diversions to help keep your brain from collapsing into itself like a depressed star suffering from spontaneous combustion, but today is not that day. Today I bring you some videos that may well send you down rabbit holes where you will lose hours of time to something other than being disgusted at the state of our society.
Jenna Marbles and her boyfriend Julien Solomita have a podcast where they talk about whatever the hell they want while being hilarious, insightful, adorable, or all three at the same time. Start with Episode #157 - Snake Oil and let your heart tell you where to go from there. (Most likely your heart will eventually lead you to their individual YouTube channels, which are EXQUISITE BEEEESH.)
Do horror movies relax you? Do you enjoy finding out what strange viral videos are real and which aren’t? Then Reignbot is the channel for you. The videos range from explanations about things like Momo to introductions for strange and unusual YouTube Channels worth a binge.
Dawson has been a YouTube star for a very long time and his channel’s diverse collection of content showcases the changes of the platform over the years. If you’re interested in conspiracy theories, Dawson has you covered. You want to see stupid life hacks? He’s got you, boo. Are you interested in some in-depth interviews and information on other YouTube personalities? Dawson has that as well, with his multi-episode series about Jeffree Star, Tana Mongeau, and now the controversial Jake Paul.
This is the only YouTube channel where the comments make you feel good about life and the videos make you feel smarter. Maclean is an eccentric makeup artist that — you know what? I cannot explain it. Just watch.
Header Image Source: Jenna+Julien Podcast
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