Special thank you to Darling Stewie for this topic via her 5 Fandom Friday DLC (Stewie Pack)! She has inspired me to think up my own DLC for A Nerdy Girlie’s original idea of the 5 Fandom Friday topics! Make sure you check out that post soon. Without further ado, meet my 5 favorite Youtubers!
Probably the most “famous” Youtuber in this list is the one and only Markiplier. I discovered him while watching Five Nights at Freddy’s LP’s. He was absolutely hilarious and definitely earned his status of King of FNAF. Other videos of his that I love are his Amnesia LP and all of his Indie Horror RPG LP’s. He’s simply a fantastic, funny, and well-rounded person. If you love watching Let’s Play videos and need a good laugh, check him out.
Perhaps not the most “famous” Youtuber, Chris Odd attracts a more mature and adult audience. I found his channel mentioned in a thread about mature Let’s Players. After watching him play Little Nightmares and What Remains of Edith Finch, I was super happy with his walk-throughs and play style (set the vibe!). He plays very much in the same way I would play. If you’re looking for a more adult Let’s Player with an thorough play style, Chris Odd is a highly recommended Youtuber.
Liezl Jayne Strydom
After starting my own weight loss journey, and discovering forums dedicated to the 1200 calorie lifestyle, someone recommended Liezl Jane’s instagram which led me to her Youtube. If you’re following a low calorie diet, her channel is worth a look. She has several videos with snack and recipe ideas. Even if you just need some weight loss tips, she’s full of great information.
Nerdy Nummies – Rosanna Pansino
Rosanna Pansino quickly captured my heart with her geeky recipes that have already been mentioned on my blog a few times. I stumbled across her unicorn cake (Hello, 25th birthday!) and fell down a rabbit hole of fun and easy recipes that appeal to my geek side. You should check her out if you’re a beginner baker, already love to bake, or just love watching cool food creations come together.
Feast of Fiction
I discovered Feast of Fiction after looking around for Black Butler recipes, specifically the curry bun! (I search for the weirdest things I swear but if you watched the anime, you know how wonderful the food looks.) FoF covers all kinds of dishes from all your favorite shows, books, and anime. Most of the recipes are easy but some might be geared towards a more seasoned cook (pun intended). Check them out if you’ve ever wondered how to make Harry Potter’s butter beer or Black Butler’s curry buns.
Who is your favorite YouTuber? What do you get from watching them? Share them with me in the comments!