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3 YouTubers To Watch If You Like Laughing And Lifestyle

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3 YouTubers To Watch If You Like Laughing And Lifestyle

I just realized that I'm doing this thing where I'm continuing ideas/lists from past articles, so here we are, continuing another list.

I watch a lot of YouTube. Like, way more than I should - more than regular TV and Netflix. Videos come either short, sweet, and simple or lengthy and more "produced." I personally enjoy both types. From "story time" videos to "laughing my ass off" videos, I watch and enjoy it all.

Today, I'm providing a continuation to the list I've made in a previous article and showing you three YouTubers you should check out if you're into comedy and lifestyle.

1. Ryan Trahan

I first found Ryan Trahan while watching an Emma Chamberlain video. The "auto-play" feature was on, so after Emma's video ends, Ryan's video starts to play. It was funny because it was a video of him trying to recreate Emma Chamberlain's Instagram posts. I ended up subscribing and watching all of his videos in one night. As of recent, he typically reacts to viral videos (ala the style of Cody Ko and Noel Miller's "That's Cringe" series). Every once in a while, he would do funny concepts, like "Asking Girls on Tinder for Relationship Advice." I'm very excited to see how much his channel grows and what videos he will make in the future!

2. Haley Pham

Now, I found out about Haley Pham while watching Ryan Trahan's Vidcon vlog. It turns out that they became good friends from meeting at Vidcon (a large-scale, annual YouTube convention in Anaheim, CA). Ryan linked her channel in the description of that Vidcon vlog, and that was that. I watched Haley's most popular videos and instantly fell in love with her awkward nature and editing style. She typically posts lifestyle videos like vlogs and recounting on her experiences in high school. She also posts a lot about fashion like 'lookbooks' and haul videos. Haley Pham's channel is among the most entertaining to watch.

3. Antonio Garza

One of my favorite creators right now is the self-proclaimed not-a-beauty-guru beauty guru, Antonio Garza. I was introduced to Antonio's channel thanks to one of my best friends (shout out to Sophie) and I was hooked ever since. From their funny mannerisms to their editing style, they had me re-watching their videos over and over again. I can't get over it. Antonio's humor is just so funny. I've been told that their mannerisms are similar to mine, but I think I'm slowly turning into them. Antonio has amassed over 1.4 million subscribers in a 6 month period, showing their true talent and entertainment value. I really look forward to seeing what they do in the future.

I am a true fan of every one of the creators I listed in this article and am truly entertained with every video they put out. If you ever needed anyone to look up to in order to create a YouTube channel, look up to these three. They showed that with dedication and die-hard passion, you can achieve your goals and beyond.

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