6 Favorite YouTube Channels
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6 Favorite YouTube Channels

Introducing some of my favorite channels that I am subscribed to!

6 Favorite YouTube Channels

We all have different tastes in genres of videos from horror to comedy and to gaming. It's also interesting to see what people watch and what YouTuber are out there, that we haven't heard of or are someone that we didn't know.

1) Jon Sandman

Jon Sandman is one of my favorite Rocket League YouTubers that I have been watching since 2017. What I enjoy from Jon is his positivity and attitude is really nice. He is a genuinely nice guy and despite the fact that he gets tons of hate comments for his in-game ability, he still uploads and enjoys the game. He doesn't let the negativity affect him or stop him from doing what he loves and continues to upload Rocket League. He also plays various other games that he uploads on his channel and live streams on Twitch.

2) FLuuMP

FLuuMP is a fairly recent Rocket League YouTuber I have started to watch him 4 months ago. I started to watch him because of the YouTube recommendation, and I checked his channel and, I enjoyed it. What I enjoy from him are top 10 videos lists. He produces well thought out lists, that are well written and makes high-quality videos. He had recently started a 1v1 Pro series, where he 1v1's a Pro Rocket League Player. It's a nice fun interesting series to watch. I cannot wait for him to continue to grow his channel.

3) History Buffs

A YouTuber that reviews films on their historical accuracy. A good channel for people who love History or are interested in it. It also educates people on things that they may not have known regarding the historical context of their favorite film.

4) UrinatingTree

Need a YouTube channel that makes fun of team from the NHL, NBA, and NFL? Then this channel is for you as this centers around parodying and making fun of failures of teams in a humorous way. It does so in a brilliant and funny way that can make you laugh at your own favorite team's failures and cry in pain too!

5) Raw Street Capture 101

This channel is circled and known as a food cooking channel. However, this channel documents how the natives of Vietnam cook seafood and different types of food for people. Food varies from snails, sea snakes to ice cream rolls. This is a nice channel to see what other cultures are like their food and likes. It's cool to see how different they eat and their taste are.

6) Cinemassacre

A YouTuber that I have watched for over 7 years now. A YouTuber that is still consistent and remembered for being one of the first game reviews. Doing game reviews as the Angry Video Game Nerd. His channel revolves around classic games from classic consoles to modern day games. They're are reviews on the channel and even board games!

It is a pleasure to share my YouTube channels that I watch and love. I hope that you either loved some or at least checked one of these channels out. Don't forget to subscribe to one or two if you enjoyed!

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