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Once known as KittyDCE, RandomDCE (Real name James) is a British YouTuber famous for his Handy Dandy Guides, ERCs (Ear Rape Coffee) and various random videos. He is friends with He11sing920 and Lillylivers, and was a member of WingerDinger Productions before the site was hacked.

He is also a sprite artist and created various sprite characters, such as Vazul, Braface and Jellyfish Junkie.

You can find him here and here.


Random himself provides examples of:

  • Author Avatar: He represents himself as a black and white cat in a fedora.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Naruto and Sonic fanboys.
    • Angry Joe, BLACK Buster Critic, and anyone who complains about on-disc DLC in general. Not to mention, the storylines of Marvel Comics in The New '10s.
    • Also on the list are David Cameron, WWE, chavs, social justice warriors/third-wave feminists, racists, and celebrities who don't do anything and/or have no talent.
  • Catchphrase: "Good night, and good luck."
    • "...and don't be an English B@stard!"
  • Deadpan Snarker: Particularly in his ERCs.
  • The Faceless: Was mostly this for his first few years. He almost always represented himself using Kitty DCE or a sprited version of himself. He also appeared on-camera as the Half-Awake Floorman, but never showed his face. There were some rare instances during these years where he would show his face, such as the "IT'S A MOUNTAIN DEW" stinger and the Lillylivers anniversary video. He didn't start regularly appearing on-camera unmasked until the Richard Bacon videos.
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  • Large Ham
  • Signature Headgear: His trademark trilby

Random's work provides examples of:


  • Aborted Arc: DBSH when Random moved to Storm-Artists.
    • As a result of this, the final DBSH arc, Imperfections, was never concluded. To make up for this, the first arc of FAAB, Frappucinos of the Lovebie, is a pseudo-continuation of Imperfections featuring it's main villain, Elton Love.
    • Somewhat inverted with the planned DANH 2. It was going to be a radio play in the style of Psylent Knight's Flashpoint, and it would've featured Barack Obama, Professor Tarosan taking over the world, Psycholivers going insane, and Vazul being voiced by a female actress. While the radio play was scrapped, the overall idea was heavily retooled into My FAAB Face.
  • Affably Evil: Mapache in his recent crossover story.
  • Asshole Victim: Several are killed during My FA Abface.
  • Bald of Evil: MAGSHIELD has this.
  • Cerebus Syndrome: Some examples exist, namely I Hate My Life, which goes from a lighthearted satire comic towards working in an office to straight up political discussion.
  • Canon Immigrant: Newcomer to Vazul's ranks Mishmash is one from his Affectionate Parody series of Mega Man.EXE.
  • Companion Cube: Braface mentions having 500 pounds of ham in a higher place in his heart than his distaff counterpart. The second is a ham sandwich, whom he prays to.
  • Everything's Deader with Zombies: Zombies appear in ''Mervin the Duck 2 & 3.
  • Face–Heel Turn: After Vazul returns to his normal form after his Gender Bender, he plans to seek revenge on those who wronged him.
  • Gratuitous Rape: Played for laughs in the "Buttsex in the Demon World" arc of Braface.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Nora is this during most of MYFAABFACE.
  • More Dakka: Too many to list.
  • No Fourth Wall


  • Aborted Arc: Destroy All Naruto Haters. The project was pulled before the conclusion because it became too hectic for Random to manage. He allowed other people to make guest Vlogs to contribute to the story. Not only were people adding in elements that had nothing to do with the main plot (Random cited a vlog where Freddy Krueger was fighting Shadow Sasukes as an example) but Random had to constantly update the script to include what had happened in the vlogs. Random discontinued the story before it could spiral any further out of control.
  • Follow the Leader / Foreign Remake: The Reaction & Review UK series.
    • In 2010, Random dedicated the month of February to making videos in which he would impersonate his online friends and mimic their video style. Some of the people impersonated included Tarosan and Emer Prevost.
  • Mondegreen: The "Key Knee Kuman" series of videos is centered on creatively interpreting the lyrics of songs, usually anime songs. The title comes from a Mondegreen of the Kinnikuman theme song.
  • Keep Circulatingthe Tapes: Most of the Handy Dandy Guides were deleted by Random due to him seeing them as an Old Shame. Only five of them remain on his channel (not counting The Final Handy Dandy Guide) and two more are mirrored by other channels.
  • The Stinger: Most videos used to end with one of these. The two most frequently used were "BABALITY" and "Kittens and Marmalade!"
    • ER Cs would always end with, "PUT THAT COFFEE DOWN!"
    • Another common one was Old Man singing Harry Champion's "A Little Bit of Cucumber." A Vazul variant was also made.
    • "Whoooooba. Whooba Whooba Whooba."
    • "Bury me with my money!"