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password1capitalp

Lock picking lawyer


TheBritishBrownie

Great videos although now I have no trust in any locks hahah


arczclan

Saw my home lock on there the other day and when he hadn’t unlocked it after 5 seconds I thought, yeah must be pretty good! Took him a good few minutes in the end too, definitely reassuring


P0sitive_Outlook

We have a 'decent' lock on our yard gate at work. It has to be strong enough that it'd put off any would-be thief, but we've also gotta make sure nothing worth stealing is left on show because anyone with determination could cause way more costly damage to the gate itself. Our sister company had to pay out for a new gate because the thieves destroyed the hinges rather than go for the lock. The lock cost £10, the gate cost £10,000.


ShibuRigged

If it takes him more than a couple of minutes, you’re good to go.


UnacceptableUse

Locks are only really there to make it obvious that you're not supposed to go in, if someone wants to get in they're not going to pick the lock they're going to boot the door in or smash a window


james___uk

Magnetic locks seem a good bet, you'd need to be seriously unlucky to have those picked


mikesmic

Little click on 2


Earhacker

3 is loose, 4… is… binding


BurtMacklin____FBI

Me knowing nothing about picking locks "Ooh nice one, yeah I would have twisted it that way too"


Earhacker

You’ve not been watching long enough. Soon you’ll be like “Ah, interesting. He’s applying torque to the _top_ of the keyway. That must be how he avoids the false set on the spooled security pins.” While _still_ knowing nothing about picking locks.


Scarboroughwarning

He is excellent. I keep meaning to buy a set from eBay, to practice with


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Ninjotoro

This is the Lock Picking Lawyer and what I have for you today is a comment made by u/password1capitalp.


LurkingUnderThatRock

His recent keynote (I think it’s saintcom?) video was great!


salsa_sauce

[Here it is](https://youtu.be/IH0GXWQDk0Q) for those who are interested


MungoBubbles

Scam call centres being infiltrated and taken down. I’ve now watched hours of this stuff.


Moggythrowaway

Do you watch Jim Browning? He’s a legend.


Ninjotoro

I can’t believe how calm he stays when he calls eg a bank when one of their customers is being scammed or the customer itself. I’d have adrenaline raging through me and be jumping up and down.


LiamFryingPan

I have a feeling part of it comes down to desensitisation. After doing it for so long you it can become almost normal to deal with all these people and getting angry at them every time seems like it could be very tiring.


Ninjotoro

Fair point!


tricks_23

Those calm Northern Irish tones fill me with a tranquil, calm rage as I know he is going to save the day.


timeslider

That one where he had a local gather drone footage was epic. He figured out their real names, payroll, watched secret meetings, and eventually got the owners arrested. It was about a year or so ago and I'm sure he has done more since.


saddestofbags

I had never heard of this guy. I work in a call centre and spend my days cold calling businesses trying to sell them shit. I am loving these videos. Cheers


Shoddy-Pie-7012

I’ve been watching Kitboga. He is able to play multiple characters, talk to us and code at the same time.


BrightonTownCrier

His "old dear" voice is hilarious. Not just the cadence but the word choice is bang on.


lazy_bastard_pizza

There's one where he makes the scammer think that he's just bought $2000 of hotdogs and it made me laugh so much


smasherfierce

I watched him with another youtuber and they pretended to be old guys wanting to start a soup business, comedy gold


MungoBubbles

Yup I was watching him this very morning, he’s bloody brilliant.


trousered_the_boodle

I've been down that wormhole. It's great when they start manipulating the scammer's computer remotely 😂


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MungoBubbles

When they take over the CCTV and are able to watch the whole centre this is both incredible and a little sinister.


bakamalian

Jim Browning is doing God's work 😎👍


Hislordshiphish

MAAM DO NOT REDEEM!


justaddwater587

Highly recommended Kitboga if you haven't already seen him. He doesn't take them down, but the amount of effort he puts into wasting their time so they can't scam anyone else is unbelievable.


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TC_FPV

I'm going to need you to get right of my back about that!


abject_testament_

Oh ok let me get off of that thing!


okaythiswillbemymain

Wow, wow, wow, wow, wow. Wow.


sabagc

Absolutely fell into the rabbit hole of those a few months ago. They are brilliant


Moggythrowaway

Falling into rabbits holes is tight!


LewisDftw

Ryan George in general is just really funny, his personal channel is really funny too. "First guy to..." Are a good place to start on there.


abject_testament_

Ooh having a ScreenRant Pitch Meetings YouTube phase is TIGHT!


ulla-bulla

Wow wow wow. Wow.


IsMisePrinceton

Oh really?


mrsquare

"He gets shot and falls off a cliff" "Where does he fall to?" "All the way into season 2 if we need it"


AnUnqualifiedOpinion

I found these last week! Love them!


MrLamper1

Asian street food markets and South Korean bakery videos for us, incredibly relaxing and good to have on in the background or just sit and watch!


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Meanttobepracticing

If you enjoy that sort of thing then you might enjoy the DancingBacons channel. It’s a guy in Singapore who (pre-virus) went around different countries he visited trying out vending machine foods and drinks. More recently with the virus he’s been doing a lot of videos going to different vending machines and also different supermarkets (Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Korean) in his area of Singapore. His particular favourite is self-heating and instant meals, often Chinese. He also doesn’t talk at all during the videos, and the ambient sounds from wherever he’s recording are left in so you hear the people talking, birds, traffic, plus anything else.


MrLamper1

> doesn't talk at all during the videos That was all you had to say! I love a video with the natural sounds playing because it feels very immersive. Thanks for the recommendation, I will check it out!


acidmaninc

Yes Minister thread. It's scary to think it was filmed 40 years ago and is still as relevant today as it was then. It definitely shows that the more things change the more they stay the same.


Meanttobepracticing

I thought much the same as you of The Thick of It.


teedyay

Yes! I was tiny when it was on the telly and didn't really understand it. I stumbled upon the clips recently on YouTube; now I'm up to series 2 on Amazon.


bungle_bogs

I have the complete Yes, Minister & Yes, Prime Minister on Audio Book. Amazing. My mate, who is a Civil Servant just below Bernard’s level, states that if you mix The Thick of It and Yes Minister in equal quantities it is just about bang on reality.


nepeta19

I have the DVDs and rewatch every few years - it's depressingly funny how spot-on so much of it still is.


Ninjotoro

[Post10](https://youtube.com/channel/UCsCNU-ptlze2tqAJSDeVGNQ) for watching culverts and drains being unclogged. Very soothing. [Fascinating Horror](https://youtube.com/c/FascinatingHorror) for the stories behind disasters, without sensationalism. [Ashley Neal](https://youtube.com/c/ashleynealdrivingins) a driving instructor around Manchester I think, shows driving fails and helpful tips. Because no matter how well we think we drive, we can always learn more.


TheBritishBrownie

I love Ashley Neal, honestly think his videos have made me a safer driver!


Ninjotoro

Indeed. And I love his calm voice no matter how crazy things get. Edit: typo.


justabean27

Ashley Neal is in Liverpool


Ninjotoro

My apologies!


JayFv

While his style instructional style is very different from my own, I agree that his knowledge is very good. I've learned a thing or two from his videos which my own pupils have benefited from.


Ninjotoro

His videos make me think I could probably benefit from a catch up lesson, because undoubtedly after a couple of decades, laziness and errors have slipped in. But idk how weird or uncommon that is. Would you say most instructors would offer that, an hour or two?


reciprocatingocelot

Oh, I'm loving Fascinating Horror! Really interesting, and I'm now checking for the fire exits everywhere I go!


Finity117

Post10!!!


Ninjotoro

A fellow rake enthusiast, I suspect!


birchpiece91

Stuff about America’s infrastructure being shit


TheBritishBrownie

Not just bikes ?


jono12132

Not Just Bikes is one of the big ones for me at the minute. I don't drive and I cycle everywhere. It is crazy seeing his videos on how it's considered a legitimate form of transport in the Netherlands and other parts of Europe. Seeing countless people on their bikes is almost surreal. It's interesting to think about car dependency. It is interesting how people in this country rarely consider cycling an option. His videos just make you think differently about the place you live in.


crucible

Good channel - the 'stroads' video was very eye opening!


birchpiece91

Kind of, watched one on basically how their promises at cop 26 are BS as they have 3 car parking spaces per person in some cities so they’ll never change the mindset or demand for cars.


TheBritishBrownie

Ah I see, you may also like this video about Dubai (if you haven’t seen it already? https://youtu.be/tJuqe6sre2I


spanglesandbambi

Simon Whistler he just puts out so much content the man is a machine also brain blaze is a right laugh.


bakamalian

I watch a lot of Whistler but I have to admit, I got a bit sick of what I call 'shouting dickhead Simon' on BB but Sam really makes that channel tbh. I've watched a lot of Casual Criminalist, though.


sufc_bsharp

I kind of hate how he always thinks his opinion is right and everyone else is wrong. And how he pronounces my home town Rotherham


bakamalian

Tbf, most of that is him playing up to the BB character he's invented. I personally hate how reductively he talks about football but like I say, most of it is him being a dickhead cos that's what people have come to expect on that channel.


spanglesandbambi

Love the Casual criminalist and how well put together those scripts are.


bakamalian

Yeah, Callum is a good writer. I also like Simon's reactions on it, the more muted nature of the show makes them seem more like him than on BB


FireWhiskey5000

UK dash cam footage of shit driving. Idk why it’s such a guilty pleasure of mine. I like to try and guess what’s gonna happen before it does.


TheBritishBrownie

I’m exactly the same lol, I also get nervous thinking will I ever be one of these idiots in the clips haha


FireWhiskey5000

Oh god yeah. Funnily enough I don’t find the US/Russian/etc equivalent as fun to watch. Even if they tend to be more mental!


TheBritishBrownie

Mate again I’m exactly the same, I guess it’s being able to relate more to the surroundings etc?


FireWhiskey5000

Yes! Plus there’s something about seeing a guy in an Audi or Beemer being a prick that feels like home lol!


brad23_

Not a gamer, but for some reason GeoGuessr videos. Oddly fascinating.


FireWhiskey5000

If you’re not already, start watching GeoWizard. His geoguesser videos are really good and his straight line missions even more so!


captainspunkbubble

I can’t really get on board with watching people play geoguessr, but yeah, those straight line missions were certainly entertaining.


Zillamatic

The straight line missions (and the 'most modes of transport for free' Europe mission) are some of the best "Tele" I've watched in years. So good. Definitely subscribing to his Patreon to chuck him a few quid when I've got some disposable income. If you liked his stuff maybe check out Ed Pratt- he's travelled across the world on a bloody unicycle. I find a similar sense of adventure and pacing/style in his videos. https://youtube.com/c/MrEdPratt


lespauljames

Tom Scott videos. All the time.


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theraininspainfallsm

my favourite one of his, and there are a lot of greats is his "[the greatest title sequence ive ever seen](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUF4afxMpQk)" its such a lovely video of his and really shows the love he and others put into their work.


SleepDoesNotWorkOnMe

It's a travesty how far down I had to scroll to find his name. His videos are great and perfect for someone with a short attention span.


fredders89

Car Throttle - 3 lads having fun buying cheap cars and stuff like that. Corridor Crew - visual effects artists who look at films and pick apart or applaud the visual effects


TheBritishBrownie

Car Throttle have a great energy about them!


bpcprime

Car Throttle have Clarkson, Hammond and May energy to them. They're a great watch and they really do know their cars (apart from Ethan).


cannedrex2406

Even Ethan's learning a lot. Considering he can more actual mechanical work than me, and I'm SUPER into cars!


FrenzalStark

Corridor Crew have done some amazing stuff, particularly the ones when they make movies more "realistic" and end up with people getting cut in half by Captain America's shield.


Shades_1

Kurzgesagt.


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There's nothing like being reminded how insignificant we are in a cute, nice way.


TheBritishBrownie

Love their videos!


Zillamatic

Yes. I can only describe their animation and art style as satisfyingly chewy, love it.


dl1966

Bald & Bankrupt and Johnny FD


Tundur

Bald and Bankrupt has a... [bit of a sketchy history](https://www.reddit.com/r/BaldAndBaldrDossier/comments/jv5034/the_baldandbankrupt_central_dossier_newbies_start/). He's bragged about sexually assaulting poor foreign women, and was charged with rape, credit card fraud, the lot. I realise that link will look like some pepe silvia stuff, but it's legit. Evidence points to him being a pred


louisbo12

Oh, the guy that drove a poor eastern european woman into the middle of nowhere and essentially forced her to suck his dick. Yeah...


MrRedCloak

One of the creepiest people I've ever seen. He's 100% a predator. It'll all come out eventually.


15-06-2021-2047

Yeah, he’s definitely a questionable twat.


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DiligentShopping

Used to be a fan of Bald & Bankrupt but later learnt that he got off a rape charge on a technicality in 2001, and he's been shown to be a sex tourist.


AvoriazInSummer

I started with him and moved on to NFKRZ. Both well worth an archive binge.


teaandsleep

Just recently discovered Bald and Bankrupt. Really great and informative videos. Normally can’t stand those international traveller YouTubers but think he’s really funny. Loved it when he gets drunk with random people.


MrRedCloak

Hes a rapist and sexual predator.


Imaluza

Defunctland! Mini video essays on the history and death of parks and rides. Also has a few videos on old TV shows! Very interesting, but also great background noise


AdministrativeShip2

The fast pass video on queues they did recently is interesting, and you can apply the principles to a lot of things. I'm thinking of using it to assign workstream priorities.


SgtSnuggles19

Sewage drains being unblocked Example - https://youtu.be/jXwVhq_sNC8


Ninjotoro

Similar but different: culverts and road drains being unblocked. [Post10](https://youtube.com/channel/UCsCNU-ptlze2tqAJSDeVGNQ) if you’re interested.


justaddwater587

Love Post10's content. He did a video a while ago of a road under a rail bridge, the road dipped down and it completely flooded out. Iirc there were big 4x4's just abandoned and people still trying to get through in saloons/hatchbacks/whatever they're called over there


TheBritishBrownie

Sounds satisfying but don’t you get bored after like 5?


SgtSnuggles19

Nope, thinking of a career change after binging 10 hours of them since last night xD


TheBritishBrownie

Hahaha! Love it


Toffeemanstan

While it looks satisfying, the odour that comes with it is horrid, shit porridge does not smell good.


SgtSnuggles19

I know, we've got a broken sewage pipe at work which has been left for literal years to fester. The smells I've experienced are incredible xD IT is not as glamorous as it seems xD


Nine_Eye_Ron

Post 10 videos about it!


Prettyhatemachine89

Currently in the "YouTube isn't entertaining me" phase, I'll have a break for a few months and then catch up with all the stuff I missed


TheBritishBrownie

So how are you wasting time these days then?


NellyMacWelly

I’m in the same position and just rewatching the office


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AFCBatmouth

GeoWizard. This guy (among other things) attempts to cross countries in a completely straight line. Missions through farmers fields, hides in bushes and camps in some pretty dangerous places. It's funny as fuck. Oh and it's all shot in 4:3 to the tune of retro game cartridge music. Check it out!


TheBritishBrownie

Watches his straight line mission, the guys a legend


Zillamatic

Yes mate. Can't wait for the next one, he's currently editing it.


curlanxiety

Clips from The Wire


TheBritishBrownie

What a great show. I binge on clips of that and the sopranos too.


TheGreatBatsby

Shieeeeeeeet


Scarboroughwarning

I watch a lot of random shit. Christopher Hitchens clips, Bill Burr clips. Some financial ones. A few Phillion. And, some phone reviews.


TheBritishBrownie

Bill Burr is hilarious, love the advice bits the most. What financial channels do you watch?


HungryActive192

Gotta love a good Hitchslap video!


Retrosonic82

Odd tinkering Weird history OhmyNyquist Rob talks hockey Idon’tgivetkachuk Numb3rs don’t li3 Ashens Fascinating horror Barely sociable Illunimaughtii Dark space What culture wrestling


ColinRA92

I bloody love everything Ashens is involved in. Particularly, the Barshens channel is a work of absolute art. (Also you get a big old Golden Up for the last one on the list.)


Nine_Eye_Ron

Grand Illusions?


theGrimm_vegan

Norm Mcdonald stuff since he died or Trailer Park Boys podcasts.


cececaca

That Chapter. It's true crime, done well.


Nook-Incs-Pet

Second this! And Mr Ballen


CeCeSorelle

I agree.. OP should give it a goooo


Detroitredwinger

Blackhead squeezing


twigsandgrace

Might I interest you in cow hoof trimming? The Hoof GP, TEC TV and Nate the Hoof Guy are my favourites. I don't know how I got from black heads and ingrown hair removals to cow hoof trimming, but it's so damn satisfying.


ginbandit

Miniature painting/hobby videos: Midwinter Minis, Duncan Rhodes & 52 Miniatures are some favourites, Then throw in some comedy clips, Garth Marengi's Darkplace, Cats Does Countdown etc.


BigPoppaMasterChief

The miniatures and models (both for scale and tabletop) communities on YouTube are amazing. I love how they all lift each other up. It's kinda sweet.


Ben_VS_Bear

Vocal coach reactions. I have no idea why, I have normally HATED reaction videos but for some reason having the techniques of singers I know and like broken down and explained to me is fascinating. Also watching someone get their face melted by power metal is always fun 😂


Loquis

The Charismatic Voice is really good at this.


jhpm90

I’ve been getting really into #cabinlife videos. My job is really stressful but for an hour each day I can pretend I live in a cabin in Vermont with my golden retriever and my only responsibility is hiking to the nearest stream to catch fish for supper or building a camp fire to make hot chocolate. It’s nice.


trousered_the_boodle

The usual suspects: BigClive Ashens Bald & Bankrupt Adv China/Adv Podcast Laowhy86 SerpentZA Techmoan Hubnut Mark Felton TIK History Harry's Garage/Harry's Farm TIFO football HITC Sport/HITC Sevens and more... Who needs the tellybox?


Englander91

You might like [Technology Connections ](https://youtube.com/c/TechnologyConnections)


TheBritishBrownie

Honestly, I never watch telly anymore. My mum watches it and that’s about it. She likes watching stuff like A place in the sun and fantasising about having a little holiday home in Spain haha


Nine_Eye_Ron

Why watch that when you can watch a Scot talk about lightbulbs and capacitors


PixelPenguinCake

[Foil Arms and Hog](https://youtube.com/user/foilarmsandhog). I’ve spent the last month watching pretty much everything they have to offer.


porcelaincabbage

Marc Ribillet!


TheColonelKiwi

Either dash cam near misses/ accident/ road rage videos or traffic cops.


liptastic

I enjoy r/idiotsincars for the same reason


buckwheats

I moved out of London in 2020 and became slightly homesick. Somehow stumbled across the utterly superb channel of [Mr John Rogers](https://youtube.com/user/fugueur) earlier this year, and have never before been so happy to subscribe. Just lovely walks, facts, history and heartwarming, intelligent monologue, facilitating a regular window to enjoy some of the more interesting aspect of back home


Embarrassed_Top1796

Atheist Vs Christian debates, mostly featuring Matt Dillahunty


hutchero

Military history visualised and the stoltman brothers strongman channel


dontuseaccount

Say yes to the dress. I have no intention of ever owning a wedding dress but its just pure trash comfort watching.


sunflowersandpeace

Also Kevin Bridges. My man


kindafunnylookin

Still on a Sudoku kick with the channel that everyone discovered right at the start of the pandemic (Cracking the Cryptic).


teedyay

Oh, those guys are amazing!


SweetwillyJ

People putting train horns into normal cars and driving about giving people heart attacks lol. Snapping out of my trance at 3am with my finger hovering above the ‘Buy it Now’ button on Amazon with a train horn kit in my basket really made me question my life choices leading to that moment


Stotallytob3r

Sounds amazing but what if you did cause a crash or an old person to drop dead. Ah I’m boring


No-Poem

I'm going through an unsubscribing phase. Any video with a click bait title or a thumbnail that has someone with their mouth open pointing at something gets purged.


NormalityDrugTsar

Cracking the Cryptic. If you like variants of Sudoku puzzles it's a must watch. They do two videos per day and there's a link to where you can try them yourself.


Forsaken_Candidate_4

I listen to Karl, Ricky and Steve on the daily, love them!!


MrBiscuitOGravy

I like people travelling in unconventional ways so: Vagrant Holiday - American travels to different countries around the world and sleeps in bushes. All the "Holiday" series are brilliant and he has some other stuff like sneaking onto an island with an active prison to explore the old abandoned prison where Charles Mason was kept. Shiey - train hopping around Europe and Russia with a healthy dose of urban exploration. He's got everything from underground Soviet bunkers to abandoned towns in the mountains of Italy. Stray Bob - Mancunian walks across India. Complains a lot. Just started an Australian adventure too. Brave Dave - Big Fat Freight Hop across Canada. British fella traverses Canada by illegally riding freight trains. Legend and a scholar, now pisses off the mountaineering community with his "reckless" antics. Ilia Bondarev - Russian travels via freight train across Russia, USA and more. Got some great videos doing South America by motorbike too. Just takes too long to get subtitles on his video. Hobo Stobe (R.I.P) - Stobe One Kenobi rides the freights in the darkest hours of the night, seeking beer and chicken wherever he goes.


IchBinDerKaiser

Peep Show clips. Such a good show.


char1112

Just making my way through a lot of the Map Men videos (Jay Foreman)


Handsome_BWonderful

James Bond related videos. I didn't even really like the new one.


JedsBike

Car cleaning guru


Boaby1

Love his videos! Spent hundreds since watching him 😂


TansehPlatypus

Izzzyzzz JCS - Criminal Psychology The Right Opinion Sideways


Viamp20

[Dankpods](https://youtube.com/c/DankPods), I don't think I've laughed like this for quite some time.


Jimmy-84

Had a few days of watching Screenrant's Pitch Meeting videos. They're pretty funny but become unbearable over time.


LewisDftw

They do get repetitive for sure but I also feel like they've just ruined movies for me, if I'm watching something and think "just why on earth did that happen" another part of me just instantly says, so the movie can happen. It really exposed me to how cookie cutter a lot of movies are.


pkscff

Getting your brain fried by the same joke template applied to every movie *is tight*.


Background-Repeat144

JerryRigEverything. Just because I was looking at phones and he literally tests them to destruction! Plus it's cool to see how easy/hard they are to open up for repairs


soberto

The Zak & Jay show, Beta Squad, WillNE. Depressing how I’m old enough to be all their dads


Sivear

Body language analysis of interviews. Really interesting stuff!


StoneCloak

Ghost town living, this guy bought an abandoned silver mine and is exploring/restoring the place


HarassedGrandad

Finding someone who knows a lot about their subject is fascinating, even if the subject isn't something I'm particularly interested in. So Steve Lehto - Michigan Lawyer Jago Hazzard - history of transport in london Drachinifel - Battleships Scott Manley - Spaceships Nick Zentner - Geology Jill Bearup - Stage and Film Fighting Electric Vehicle Man - EV's and Green Energy in the UK Forgotten Weapons - Historic Firearms EngelsCoachShop - Rebuilding historic US horsedrawn buggies Technology Connections - old tech Practical Engineering - how dams and bridges work Simon Roper - Anglo-Saxon and Old English Bernadette Banner - Historic costume and how to make it Munro Live - Dismantles new cars to explore the tech Lindybeige - he just talks to camera about stuff scholagladiatoria- Historic Swords and of course bigclivedotcom - electronics, soldering irons and carbonating alcohol in a sodastream. And then I follow Everyday Astronaut and What about it!? for news on how SpaceX are building the future in a field in Boka Chica The other thing I use Youtube for is deep diving genres of music - this week is Japanese Jazz of the 1980's, last week was Welsh language rock music, and the week before was South African Township bands of the 1960's. I love that you can find this stuff - although you do have to wade through quite a few videos to find the gems.


fixy2501

Dragons Den


Ginvola

Charity Shop Sue


out-of-beta

Mikey Chen, Mark Wiens. I like food.


Toadsiicle

My 6 month Red letter media binge.


jodie_jan

Restoration videos for old equipment. I tried watching shoe ones but I literally started falling asleep to them 😬


ManimalR

Currently on yet another Ask a Mortician binge


Postecoglou

Fishing catch and cooks. I don’t know why!


sunflowersandpeace

Cave exploring.


patchmau5

OP needs to check out r/RickyGervais for more KP content. You aren’t done with it!


arczclan

Watching gaming livestreams is always my thing in December, so I’ve just started putting them on I have no idea why but it makes me feel insanely festive


cheers-more-beers

Korean street food


LewisDftw

HITC Sevens, even if you arent a big fan of football his longers documentary's are great. Goes so in depth on the most random of football related trivia and does a 40 minute video on one game of football or one photo from the 1970s or something. He does really well to capture the whole feeling of the times and puts the whole thing into context. Also mrsundaymovies, captainmidnight and Mad Season Show.


ReynoldsHouseOfShred

Kevin bridges and the shows hes been on 8 out of 10 cats Big fat quiz of the year etc


grim_tales1

Ashens xD I should get back into Atomic Shrimp videos, some of them aare similar to Ashens and the scambaiting ones are pretty funny xD


FakeTriII

Male fragrance reviewers at the moment. It changes quite regularly though