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12 Amazing And Seriously Underrated YouTube Channels You Should Start Watching

Check them out! You definitely won't regret it.


I've heard lots of my friends say that they've gotten bored of YouTube. In fact, I've been guilty of saying the same until I realized that it wasn't YouTube I was getting bored with but watching the same people over and over again. After a year of diving deeper and deeper into recommended and suggested videos, I think I can safely say that I'm definitely not bored anymore. There are so many interesting things and people to watch if you know where to look for them. Thus, I thought I'd share 12 hidden gems I found on YouTube to start anyone off on their own journey to find new content and sources of entertainment.

1. Chris Fleming

Chris Fleming is a hilarious comedian on YouTube who seriously deserves more subscribers than he has. His videos and jokes making fun of people, from urban farmers to mall couples, are so funny because they're all scarily accurate. He has truly mastered the art of imitating the pretentiousness, stupidity and oddities of different people we see every day who try too hard to be someone.

If you like his sense of humor and ridiculously absurd similes, check out an enormous series he did a few years ago called "Gayle," where he plays the role of an insane, borderline psychotic mom who lives with her dysfunctional family and passive aggressive frenemies. Eventually, you begin to fall in love with all the characters and laugh as he pokes fun at different types of people you see in your typical, suburban community.


This channel is definitely a hidden gem. "GOBELINS" is a French art school that posts animated shorts on their Youtube. Considering these were made by students, the quality of work, the art styles, the storylines and the animation are absolutely amazing and very professional in every one of their films. I recommend checking them out and getting lost in the videos on their channel! In just a few minutes, they manage to pack very deep themes and beautiful artwork into their pieces, leaving a big impact and a craving for more.

3. Peekaboo Parrots

"Peekaboo Parrots" is such a nice, wholesome channel to watch when you're feeling down or you need to cheer up. Starring a male Lutino Indian Ringneck named Bowie, two Pacific Parrotlets named Smoky and Kool-Aid and a dog named Pai Mei, you eventually begin to know and love every one of the pets on this channel. My favorite is Bowie because he has such a cute, kooky, sweet voice and happy personality. Even the most cold-hearted people will melt after they hear him say, "Beep, beep, beep!"

4. Royal Opera House

To my pleasant surprise, I recently found out that the "Royal Opera House" has a YouTube channel! Here, you can view and appreciate some of their best ballet performances along with their best dancers. In addition, they also offer insights, information and behind-the-scenes looks into the preparation and work needed to showcase these ballets.

And if dancing isn't your thing, never fear! They also have opera performances and really cool orchestra videos as well. All of their videos are such good quality and really allow you to focus on what you're watching instead of pixelated figures or shaky recordings.

I've watched a lot of their content, and I've been wowed at all of the amazing dancers and singers there. One of them is Marianela Nuñez who, if you couldn't already tell from the video, is absolutely stunning in "Giselle."

5. Great Big Story

Since I first subscribed to them a few years ago, "Great Big Story" has really gained a lot of popularity. Nevertheless, I thought I'd include them in this list for the people who haven't heard of them yet. "Great Big Story" is a media company that creates short videos telling the stories of people, places and animals around the world. From whimsical, trivial facts to hard-hitting issues, they tackle almost any topic with professional cinematography and high-quality videos. You almost always learn something new from them when a video pops up in your inbox. Thus, they're a good channel to add to your subscriptions or scroll through in your free time.

6. briandavidgilbert

Perhaps one of my favorite channels from this list, "briandavidgilbert" creates goofy, silly, hilariously random videos and jingles that always make me laugh or smile. It's a shame all his videos are so short considering I've watched all of them four times, and I still want more! In addition to his short, witty videos, his series "Dances Moving!" also shows that he's capable of exploring serious topics and lending us insight into his life and struggles. I love his sense of humor and who he is as a person. I think anyone who checks out his channel will too!

7. Viakavish

I honestly don't know who this person is. All I know is one day, they showed up in my recommended, I clicked, and I immediately fell in love. With cute, simplistic animations and an even cuter accent that I have no idea where from, his videos are funny, random and sometimes, surprisingly profound.

8. zefrank1

"Zefrank1" is a genius who makes a series called "True Facts," where he teaches you about science and somehow manages to make it funny. I absolutely love his sense of humor and his ability to make fun of nature. If school were this hilarious, I'd actually want to wake up at 7:30 a.m. every day. I think his videos are great at teaching people while keeping them entertained with brilliant and witty jokes. Zefrank is undisputedly one of the true masters of edutainment.

9. TwoSetViolin

I absolutely love "TwoSetViolin." I think they're hilarious YouTubers who are spreading awareness of classical music by making it more funny and relatable rather than serious or professional. Plus, their editing makes the videos 500 percent better. For people who don't play an instrument or for newcomers, their inside jokes and fancy musical terms may seem confusing at first, but any person trying to imitate a fish with their violin is pretty funny no matter what degree of musical education you have.

10.  Deep Look

I first stumbled across "Deep Look" while looking for videos about tumbleweeds. Needless to say, their video has helped me become an expert. In addition to tumbleweeds, Deep Look also makes videos about insects, birds, plants and basically anything small that gets commonly overlooked. Their short, detailed, fun, whimsical videos never fail to teach me, make me smile and instill a sense of wonder about the world.

11.  Louie Zong

Louie Zong is a guy who makes cute little animations and pretty good music. I really admire his creativity and artwork. His music often manages to catch sentimental and somewhat melancholic emotions while bringing a wistful smile to your face. I definitely recommend checking out his channel!

12.  HarvardTHUD

You know Boomwhackers, those plastic tube things we had to hit in elementary school? Well, they're back in "HarvardTHUD" except they sound a hundred times better than how they did when you tried to play them. In addition to "Africa" by Toto, I've seen them play "Don't Stop Believin'" and "Sweet Child Of Mine" on their Youtube channel. To actually recreate a complete song and make it sound good with an oversized straw takes a lot of talent, if you ask me. I have mad respect for them.

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8 Types Of People Fetuses Grow Into That 'Pro-Lifers' Don't Give 2.5 Shits About

It is easy to fight for the life of someone who isn't born, and then forget that you wanted them to be alive when you decide to hate their existence.


For those in support of the #AbortionBans happening all over the United States, please remember that the unborn will not always be a fetus — he or she may grow up to be just another person whose existence you don't support.

The fetus may grow up to be transgender — they may wear clothes you deem "not for them" and identify in a way you don't agree with, and their life will mean nothing to you when you call them a mentally unstable perv for trying to use the bathroom.

The fetus may grow up to be gay — they may find happiness and love in the arms of someone of the same gender, and their life will mean nothing to you when you call them "vile" and shield your children's eyes when they kiss their partner.

The fetus may grow up and go to school — to get shot by someone carrying a gun they should have never been able to acquire, and their life will mean nothing to you when your right to bear arms is on the line.

The fetus may be black — they may wear baggy pants and "look like a thug", and their life will mean nothing to you when you defend the police officer who had no reason to shoot.

The fetus may grow up to be a criminal — he might live on death row for a heinous crime, and his life will mean nothing to you when you fight for the use of lethal injection to end it.

The fetus may end up poor — living off of a minimum wage job and food stamps to survive, and their life will mean nothing to you when they ask for assistance and you call them a "freeloader" and refuse.

The fetus may end up addicted to drugs — an experimentation gone wrong that has led to a lifetime of getting high and their life will mean nothing to you when you see a report that they OD'd and you make a fuss about the availability of Narcan.

The fetus may one day need an abortion — from trauma or simply not being ready, and her life will mean nothing to you as you wave "murderer" and "God hates you" signs as she walks into the office for the procedure.

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Do not tell me that you are pro-life when all of the above people could lose their lives in any way OUTSIDE of abortion and you wouldn't give 2.5 shits.

You fight for the baby to be born, but if he or she is gay or trans, you will berate them for who they are or not support them for who they love.

You fight for the baby to be born, but if he or she is poor or addicted, you will refuse the help they desperately need or consider their death a betterment of society.

You fight for the baby to be born, but when the used-to-be-classroom-of-fetuses is shot, you care more about your access to firearms than their lives.

It is easy to pretend you care about someone before they are even born, and easy to forget their birth was something you fought for when they are anything other than what you consider an ideal person.

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The Movie Watchers

The Types Of People That Watch Movies


This past weekend I saw the movie of the life time, Avengers Endgame. It was the culmination of 10 years in the making and no there will not be any spoilers in this piece of writing. I however noticed the same trends that occurred each time I went to the movies. The I saw the same people, however they were just in different bodily forms. When my eyes were not glued to the screen out of sheer anxiety and thrill, I managed to catch a quick glance at the type of people that plague our good theaters.

To start off, there are always those people that are good people and don't disturb the movie experiences of others. These are the quiet people, the ones who keep their eyes on the movie and focus on nothing else. These are the people we should all aspire to be, with their bloodshot eyes from not blinking as to not miss a single moment of the movie. While I am not always the Eyes Glued To The Screen movie watcher, I can say with assurance that I am a somewhat follower of this rule. I think everyone should learn from these people.

Next comes the traditional On My Phone Like A Idiot in the movie movie watcher. This is by far the most annoying of all the people that come to a movie. Like I came to be entertained and I paid good money for this, I didn't pay 14 dollars and 31 cents to hear some girl gossip on her phone to her friend about how her boyfriend didn't bring her flowers or some middle aged man attempt to close a business deal while his kids were watching the movie. Either leave your business at home or for the courtesy of others, at least leave it outside the theater. No one brings me more anger than these people just because they don't know any common courtesy or manners.

If your at the movie, you might get hungry or thirsty so its normal for people to bring in some food, most typically being popcorn. This is fine and all but don't chew so loudly that it sounds like Jurassic Park to the person next to you. Or don't sip up your drink in such a way that it makes the people around you wonder how your mother raised you. I call this person, the Slurper. Just, be chill and watch the movie. At least your not like the On My Phone Like An Idiot where you're an inconvenience to the whole theater.

Movies are a great way to get distracted from the horrors that are our personal lives. They are solace for some people, giving us a place to escape from reality. So please, don't disturb the kind movie goers who just need a break from that relentless school, job, or even family. Just give them their peace. So sit down, turn off your cellphone, and enjoy the movie.

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