AttackingTucans (real name Tyler Sederwall) is a Let's Player on YouTube. His commentary is very off-color and sexual. He usually puts a lot of work into the games he's playing. He also makes vlogs over at his other channel, which are equally sexual and hilarious.
Aerith and Bob: The names he gives his Pikmin include ordinary names, unusual names from games such as the Zelda series, real names of fellow LP'ers, usernames of fellow LP'ers, and insults, leading to this trope.
Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: Unintentional, but when he was the Card Czar in Cards Against Humanity Part 3, the four white cards were "An asymmetric boob job", "Tasteful sideboob", "A homoerotic volleyball montage"... and "Gandalf".
Awesome McCoolname: His username is pretty awesome, but his surname, Sederwall, is even more awesome.
Big "WHAT?!": His infamous reaction to finding out that the Oceanside Spider House in Majora's Mask has a consolation prize.
Tyler: And he gives us a Big Wallet— *gets a Red Rupee* ...what? What?! WHAT?! WHAAAAAAT??!! WHAAAAAT??!! We were supposed to get a Big Wall—WHAAAAAAAT?? WHAAAAAAAT?? WHAAAAAAAT?!?!?!
Overprotective Dad: To the point where Tyler's story make him seem like an unintentionally abusive parent. Tyler's dad hates video games (Tyler says he's a workaholic) and especially that Tyler's making a living off of them. He also threatened to take away Tyler's car insurance and college fund for going to see Donnabellez at her home because he only knows her through the internet (even though he gave him his blessing to go to PAX, presumably he wasn't aware that Donna was among them).
Sir Swears-a-Lot: Pretty much none of his videos doesn't contain at least one instance of "vagina", at the very least.
Sophisticated as Hell: In part 3 of The Binding of Isaac, he gives an interesting talk about how spider legs don't actually have bones in them and move by pumping blood...and compares it to how boners work.
Special Guest: Throughout Majora's Mask, he has been accompanied by a few guest LPers, including Chuggaaconroy, and he was even joined by his own grandmother in one of his Slender videos. And then his mom.
Suspiciously Specific Denial: Based on the "No homo" joke, Tyler coins "No hobo" for when you say you do something associated with homeless people and then quickly deny that you are one.
Tempting Fate: In a failed recording shown in the Slender montage, Tyler has a very-brief encounter with the Slenderman. Not completely sure if he actually saw Slendy, he looks around the corner and...
Kind of subverted in his Frogger's Adventures: Temple of the Frog-LP, where the Big Bad is named Mr. D, and Tyler stops making jokes very early about him and only makes a "Really?"-look whenever Mr. D gets mentioned in the following episodes.