That is the best video by her I've seen. I don't think enough people are trying to crack down on the pedophiles all over youtube, and she did a great job exposing those... people. While I agree in her other videos I've seen, she really seems to just want to please her audience, this is something completely different. I hope this video blows up, I hope she is the whistleblower on this issue. I have the upmost respect for her for this video, and I could only watch 2 whole minutes of it (as she advised, don't watch if you want to ruin your mood. And I already was aware of the two people in the thumbnail) I don't think I can even comment anymore on how grateful I am she used her platform to expose this issue and these revolting people, so I'll leave it at that.
I never cared about that show but that's pretty big of a deal for a small (relatively, I mean views vs subs and how ~niche~ anime yt review comm is) anime youtuber. Does anyone want to watch it and give a summary please?
And actually Duncan has mentioned how he would often have (young) fans come by the apartment and start ringing their doorbell or knocking and then just being a nuisance. So Mimei was rightfully scared over the house being broken into.
I don't get the tyler comparisons. Tyler was refreshing and raw, x's popular music comes off grimey. Does x have really good music most hype fans just don't know about or something? I don't think their personalities are alike either.
i would like to say it's a site maintenance thing and not attacks or anything like that, but I honestly don't know. If someone did orchestrate an attack on PULL that would honestly be very interesting. Hopefully it would be done by a snowflake, and of course they should be unsuccessful at the attempt, so that would be really fun to talk about (and nothing crazy actually happens to the site.)
My new acquaintance has the weirdest, most nonsensical sense of humor I've heard of in a while. They're really interesting, but keep saying how they are probably lying about everything, which makes them seem very insincere. Not sure what angle they are coming from. They're admittedly one of those "just go along with it" types of people, and incredibly a yes-man. I only feel inclined to believe them when they say something depressing.
Hi, I'm going to tell you how I was shitty person when I was like 16 or whatever. And I liked it. I still like the mess, and the drama, that I participated in online. Stan twitter, or some other site, it's funny as fuck and all in good fun (if you can take a joke). If it gets "too heavy" I just block the person or walk away from the computer. On to what makes me so shit:
There's more to this garbage I might post later.. Like how ILY tried to sext me after I had seen him sext with another guy and get rp "raped" as a girl in a different public forum.
I don't hate her. I think she's really sad, actually. I think this all stemmed from wanting to be accepted. She transtrended and delved into snowflakery and labeled herself with any term that she could fit at once, and now changes it as pleases. Which would be fine, people change, realize something isn't for them and isn't making them happy, but this just doesn't seem like Quinby's case. Putting themselves out there, on the internet, and saying ridiculous things while hiding (honestly, hiding) behind a cosplay veil of LGBTQ+ identities like they were temporary tattoos? I feel like it's so obvious she just wants to feel like she's accepted, and possibly even glorified. Not like she enjoys attention in particular, but Quinby enjoys being labeled as the 'representative' of LGBTQ+ community. She's in it for the trend, and to be accepted and idolized.