Top 10 YouTubers To Watch To Make Your Day 100 Percent Better
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Top 10 YouTubers To Watch To Make Your Day 100 Percent Better

Spending hours watching videos is not always a bad thing, everyone can use a laugh!

Top 10 YouTubers To Watch To Make Your Day 100 Percent Better
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YouTube has been around for so long and has continued to grow in popularity. YouTube offers entertainment and innovation. There are so many tutorials on so many topics.It can be so easy to spend hours upon hours on YouTube because there are so many videos to watch. If you are ever feeling down and need a pick me up, here are some YouTubers that will bring a little joy into your life.

1. Good Mythical Morning

2. David Dobrik

3. Dan and Phil (i.e DanAndPhilGames)

4. Phil Lester (i.e AmazingPhil)

5. Dolan Twins

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6. Mykie (i.e Glam&Gore)

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7. Safiya Nygaard

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8. Shane Dawson

9. Cristine (Simply Nailogical)

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10. Daniel Howell

If you ever need a little laughter, I highly recommend these YouTubers. Each of them has their style and own things that they post about, so you are bound to find someone that you like.

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