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20th Sep '17 8:09:12 AM LavonPapillon1
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* ''WebVideo/Twelthofadime'', a comedy sketch channel spinoff of Makemebad35 hosted by Kyle [=McIlrath=] Adams.

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* ''WebVideo/Twelthofadime'', ''WebVideo/{{Twelthofadime}}'', a comedy sketch channel spinoff of Makemebad35 hosted by Kyle [=McIlrath=] Adams.
18th Sep '17 11:50:10 AM LavonPapillon1
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* ''WebVideo/Twelthofadime'', a comedy sketch channel spinoff of Makemebad35 hosted by Kyle [=McIlrath=] Adams.
18th Sep '17 8:39:07 AM Malady
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* BarneyBunch videos that never seem to get flagged.

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* BarneyBunch ''WebVideo/BarneyBunch'' videos that never seem to get flagged.
6th Sep '17 7:28:29 AM GastonRabbit
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** Creator/{{Yuriofwind}}

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** Creator/{{Yuriofwind}}WebVideo/{{Yuriofwind}}
3rd Sep '17 6:47:44 AM DesertDragon
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* [[ReactionShot Reaction videos]], either of [[ShockSite something very nasty]], or popular TV shows. Yes, there is an entire Youtube genre of watching people watch tv. Arguably the most famous of these are the Red Wedding reactions from ''Series/GameOfThrones'', where fans who've read [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire the books]] had set up hidden cameras to record their friends and family's horrified reactions to the massacre.

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* [[ReactionShot Reaction videos]], either of [[ShockSite something very nasty]], or popular TV shows. Yes, there is an entire Youtube genre of watching people watch tv. Arguably the most famous of these are reactions to the Red Wedding reactions from ''Series/GameOfThrones'', where fans who've read [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire the books]] had set up hidden cameras to record their friends and family's horrified reactions to the massacre.
2nd Sep '17 2:01:26 PM DesertDragon
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* [[ReactionShot Reaction videos]], usually of [[ShockSite something very nasty]].

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* [[ReactionShot Reaction videos]], usually either of [[ShockSite something very nasty]].nasty]], or popular TV shows. Yes, there is an entire Youtube genre of watching people watch tv. Arguably the most famous of these are the Red Wedding reactions from ''Series/GameOfThrones'', where fans who've read [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire the books]] had set up hidden cameras to record their friends and family's horrified reactions to the massacre.



* Fetish porn, which [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar gets around Youtube's policies]] by not showing sex or nudity. This includes official previews from professional sites, pirated full videos from said sites, amateur videos, and completely innocuous videos that by chance cater to the fetish in question. That funny video of your ticklish friend laughing through a pedicure? [[RuleThirtyFour Someone's masturbating to it as we speak]].

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* Fetish porn, which [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar gets around Youtube's policies]] by not showing sex or nudity. This includes official previews from professional sites, pirated full videos from said sites, amateur videos, and completely innocuous innocent videos that by chance cater to the fetish in question. That funny video of your ticklish friend laughing through a pedicure? [[RuleThirtyFour Someone's masturbating to it as we speak]].
30th Aug '17 1:26:00 AM RisefromYourGrave
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* Lots and lots of Top 10 lists, most likely by Watch Mojo or one of their imitators.

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* Lots and lots of [[TopTenList Top 10 lists, Lists]], most likely by Watch Mojo WebVideo/WatchMojo or one of their imitators.



On websites where you can directly link to the video, you can also append a few functions to the end of the web address. For example, you can append "&t=[time]" to any [=Youtube=] link to move the video to that predefined position, e.g., "&t=1m20s" will take the video to the 1:20 position in the video automatically when the user clicks on it. Not entirely valuable, just a handy hint.

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On websites where you can directly link to the video, you can also append a few functions to the end of the web address. For example, you can append "&t=[time]" to any [=Youtube=] [=YouTube=] link to move the video to that predefined position, e.g., "&t=1m20s" will take the video to the 1:20 position in the video automatically when the user clicks on it. Not entirely valuable, just a handy hint.



* Several massively influential web series began on and were hosted by [=Youtube=]. These include:

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* Several massively influential web series began on and were hosted by [=Youtube=].[=YouTube=]. These include:



*** Likewise, WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment got its start on [=Youtube=] as well before being affiliated with Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses.

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*** Likewise, WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment got its start on [=Youtube=] [=YouTube=] as well before being affiliated with Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses.
29th Aug '17 7:46:11 PM Willbyr
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* WebVideo/DailyGrace: A five days a week comedy show hosted and edited by Grace Helbig. Grace Helbig also appears on [=MyMusic=] as Idol, and also shoots You Deserve a Drink for Mamrie Hart. Appears often in the background of MyDrunkKitchen. Her show is well loved throughout the [=YouTube=] community. ''Daily Grace'' had 2.4 million subscribers until Grace's contract with MyDamnChannel (the company that owns ''Daily Grace'' and paid Grace a flat rate for 5 years) ended. Grace has now started over on ''WebVideo/ItsGrace'' and is quickly nearing 1 million subscribers.

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* WebVideo/DailyGrace: A five days a week comedy show hosted and edited by Grace Helbig. Grace Helbig also appears on [=MyMusic=] as Idol, and also shoots You Deserve a Drink for Mamrie Hart. Appears often in the background of MyDrunkKitchen.''WebVideo/MyDrunkKitchen''. Her show is well loved throughout the [=YouTube=] community. ''Daily Grace'' had 2.4 million subscribers until Grace's contract with MyDamnChannel (the company that owns ''Daily Grace'' and paid Grace a flat rate for 5 years) ended. Grace has now started over on ''WebVideo/ItsGrace'' and is quickly nearing 1 million subscribers.



* [[http://www.youtube.com/user/myharto Hannah Hart]], host of ''MyDrunkKitchen'', in which much is drunk and little is cooked, and the occasional comedy short.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/user/myharto Hannah Hart]], host of ''MyDrunkKitchen'', ''WebVideo/MyDrunkKitchen'', in which much is drunk and little is cooked, and the occasional comedy short.
29th Aug '17 10:36:26 AM JamesAustin
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-> ''[[TakeThat "What happens in D.C. stays on YouTube!"]]''
-->--'''[[Creator/JeffDunham Walter]]'''

''For a list of memes on [=You=]Tube, see Memes.{{YouTube}}.'' ''For recommendations, see YouTubeRecommendations.''

[[https://www.youtube.com YouTube]] is a video sharing site that has achieved worldwide popularity since it launched in 2005. While the official purpose of the site is to host amateur videos and promotional clips, it is unofficially the place where you can watch copyrighted materials from all types of mediums, search for random / odd clips and/or check out the latest blog entries and videos from notable users. It was founded by programming students Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim; the idea came to Karim when he had trouble finding clips of two major events in early 2004: The South Asian tsunami and later Music/JanetJackson's WardrobeMalfunction at that year's UsefulNotes/SuperBowl halftime show. Yes, ''Janet Jackson's exposed nipple helped lead to the creation of [=You=]Tube.''

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-> ''[[TakeThat "What ''"What happens in D.C. stays on YouTube!"]]''
-->--'''[[Creator/JeffDunham
[=YouTube=]!"''
-->-- '''[[Creator/JeffDunham
Walter]]'''

''For a list of memes on [=You=]Tube, [=YouTube=], see Memes.{{YouTube}}.'' ''For recommendations, see YouTubeRecommendations.''

[[https://www.youtube.com YouTube]] is a video sharing site that has achieved worldwide popularity since it launched in 2005. While the official purpose of the site is to host amateur videos and promotional clips, it is unofficially the place where you can watch copyrighted materials from all types of mediums, search for random / odd clips and/or check out the latest blog entries and videos from notable users. It was founded by programming students Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim; the idea came to Karim when he had trouble finding clips of two major events in early 2004: The South Asian tsunami and later Music/JanetJackson's WardrobeMalfunction at that year's UsefulNotes/SuperBowl halftime show. Yes, ''Janet Jackson's exposed nipple helped lead to the creation of [=You=]Tube.[=YouTube=].''
27th Aug '17 9:08:40 AM DesertDragon
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* Fetish porn, which [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar gets around Youtube's policies]] by not showing sex or nudity. This includes official previews from professional sites, pirated full videos from said sites, amateur videos, and completely unrelated videos that [[RuleThirtyFour by chance cater to the fetish in question]].

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* Fetish porn, which [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar gets around Youtube's policies]] by not showing sex or nudity. This includes official previews from professional sites, pirated full videos from said sites, amateur videos, and completely unrelated innocuous videos that [[RuleThirtyFour by chance cater to the fetish in question]].question. That funny video of your ticklish friend laughing through a pedicure? [[RuleThirtyFour Someone's masturbating to it as we speak]].
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