YouTube is a great place to kill time watching something interesting, informative, or funny. I hope that you enjoyed funny animal videos¬†and smiled at the crazy¬†tech songs¬†we’d collected for you. This time we prepared a roundup of 10 most humorous YouTube channels. I bet you are already subscribed to some of them and never miss a new video. Still this is a great chance to discover new creative¬†YouTubers delivering you their best comic content for free!
Ray William Johnson is an American actor and comedian best known for his YouTube series¬†Equals Three¬†(=3), in which he provides quick sarcastic commentary on viral videos. RWJ posts new episodes twice a week, and somehow his new videos manage to attract much more views than the original ones he talks about! The channel is currently the most subscribed on YouTube, plus it¬†has been recognized by Guinness World Records.
NigaHiga is another comedy channel, and the majority of the videos are made by one guy, Ryan Higa. Higa experiments in different styles: bright parodies (Daily Life of Rustin Hieber, “Movies in Minutes”), hilarious how-to guides (How To Be Gangster¬†or¬†How To Be Emo), the so-called¬†“Off the Pill”¬†rants,¬†“Dear Ryan”¬†Q&A videos, and much more. NigaHiga is the second most subscribed¬†YouTube¬†channel.
Smosh is a channel where the dynamic duo of Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla post their skits and funny videos every Friday. It’s hard to define their style, as it has everything – spoofs, silly commercials,¬†lip-synching clips, etc. Still most of all I love Smosh sketches where Ian and Anthony brilliantly do as scenarists and actors. The channel is the third most subscribed on YouTube.
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Shane Dawson is an American comedian and musician known for his YouTube¬†comic sketches featuring many recurring characters (Shanaynay, Ned the Nerd, S. Deezy, and Aunt Hilda), impersonations, and spoofs of popular music videos (Telephone Dude’s Version¬†and¬†Last Sunday Night¬†). In 2010, upon the reach of 3rd most subscribed channel threshold, Shane opened his¬†second channel¬†where he posts his relatively new series¬†“Ask Shane On Mondays”¬†and¬†“Shane and friends”. Now both Shane Dawson’s channels are in the Top 20 of the most subscribed ones.
JennaMarbles, otherwise known as Jenna Mourey is one of few female channel-owners in the Top 20. Mourey gained popularity in 2010 with her hilarious video¬†“How to trick people into thinking you‚Äôre good looking”¬†and since then Jenna updates her channel once a week with a new video bomb.¬†Marbles‚Äô videos almost always feature her sitting in front of a white wall in her¬†bedroom having a random conversation with herself or her dogs. Her rants cover dozens of entertaining topics such as¬†“How To Get Ready¬†For A Date”, “How To Avoid Talking To People You Don’t Want To Talk To”, What Girls Do¬†On The Internet, etc.¬†Although these videos aren‚Äôt ground-breaking material, they are highly¬†entertaining.
This YouTube channel features popular videos from¬†College Humor, one of the top comedy video sites online. The YouTube channel carries comic videos where everyone is mercilessly pranked and made fun of. College Humor also hosts popular series like¬†“Jake and Amir”¬†and¬†“Hardly Working”, user-submitted viral videos, bizarre sports highlights, parodies, and numerous sketches.
7. The Annoying Orange
The Annoying Orange is¬†a comedy web series channel created by Dane Boedigheimer. The main character is an anthropomorphic orange¬†with human eyes and mouth awkwardly edited on, who annoys other fruits, vegetables, and various other objects by using crude-humored jokes. Each video is pretty much the same: the orange encounters somebody or something and starts irritating them. If you are a fan of slapstick, this is an ideal channel to kill time.¬†A new episode is added every week.¬†Today this channel ranks 10th in the top YouTubers list.
The Philip DeFranco Show¬†
Philip DeFranco, also known as PhillyD or by his YouTube username ‚Äúsxephil‚ÄĚ, is an American video blogger and a YouTube celebrity. His videos are centered around current world events, politics, and celebrity gossip in which he gives his¬†ironic¬†commentary with frequent jump cuts. DeFranco started his YouTube channel in 2006, his videos regularly surpass one million views.
Fred is a¬†fictional character created and portrayed by American actor Lucas Cruikshank. Fred is a dysfunctional 6-year-old boy living with his drug- and alcohol-addicted mother¬†and going to nursery school. The main Fred’s gimmick is his loud, shrill, fast and really irritating voice. There‚Äôs little plot and few supporting characters, the videos are solely based on Fred’s daily adventures.
R√©mi Gaillard is a French humorist and YouTube celebrity. After losing his job, R√©mi began to use his free time to have fun and run pranks on the public. He gained popularity after his famous appearance disguised as a Lorient football player in the 2002 Coupe de France final match¬†(“Final Cup”), during which he took part in the winners’ celebrations and was greeted by the president of France J.Chirac.¬†He achieved further YouTube notoriety through his Rocky Balboa parodies, Mario Kart pranks,¬†large animals¬†dress-ups, his football and gymnastics videos.
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