6A Topic Explained By A Fast-Talking British Gentleman
This is, of course, referring to Zero Punctuation, a series by Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw that features quick-tongued reviews of video games. If I know YouTube (and sadly, I do), one way to truly shine is to take someone else's idea or gimmick and "make it your own." You, too, can be a fast-talking British gentleman going on about any number of topics! Sure, it won't be the same as the brilliant ZP, but damned if it won't at least be similar. It's easy! Just pick a subject and follow these simple guidelines (brought to you by a fast-talking British gentleman):
5Let's LOL Around At The Meme Party!!!
Speaking of taking other people's ideas, let's try it again but in a more webtually acceptable manner. The meme is always up for grabs and it can be used wisely or foolishly. Successful use of a meme is all a matter of timing, whether it's a video of Hitler complaining about anything or Hitler complaining about too many fucking "Hitler Complains" videos. Luckily for me, Tiger Woods has still got it going on relevance-wise and he just released an "emotional" new commercial for Nike. The meme party got in full swing with remixes popping up everywhere. I would also like to get drunk on the internet, so I went to the party with my own take on the matter: "What is Tiger thinking?"