Jay Foreman, a British dude who talks about the civic geology (is that a word?) of the British Isles.
Kind of like CGP Grey, but funnier. I totally expected this to be a straightforward channel until I kept watching and saw the odd little jokes.
(The context is not bad, trust me).
ToonrificTariq, beause I can't be the only black person trying to educate ya'll about animation. The above is an almost hour and a half episode about The Proud Family - WITH Bruce W. Smith, the creator! It's not a straightforward talk, but an interview cut into a walkthroug.
I'm no fashionista or have any sense of style besides "It fits.", but I really enjoy HauteLeMode. I can't recommend any other fashion youtube channel bc this is the only one I watch. There's history and criticisms of modern fashion happenings. My personal favorite episode is this one.
CompanyMan talks about those bastions of capitalism - companies! From big to small. It's more fun than it sounds. Slightly.
"They had this absolutely terrifying face character - Seriously - who designed this?"
Many of you probably already know Kevin Perjure, or Defunctland, who talks about defunct theme parks and attractions. And yes, he does talk about Superstar Limo and Action Park.
ComicTropes is like Atop the 4th Wall (Who you should also be watching), but the episodes are much shorter and focus a lot of the evolution of styles of certain creators and some random stuff that you probably never heard of.
If the voice sounds familiar, the owner is also Wendover Productions, where he usually talks a great deal about planes. But Half as Interesting, it's about 'things that are only interesting enough to fill 4 go 5 minutes, plus ad." Don't worry, they're still interesting.
I meant to put Future Neighbor on my post about food youtubers, so now I'm doing it here. Shout out to the one person on here who said this was their relative! Daniel and Katie have fans here!
This is Paolo From Tokyo, a guy who follows workers around for a day in the life series. Anyone from housewives, to pachinko parlor attendees, head chefs, delivery people, ramen artists, and manga creators.
There's also much more, including tips on travel and general 'how to get around in Tokyo' videos.
src: in post.
What are youuuuuuu watching?