K, where did November go?
Now, everyone knows we LOVE watching videos, but this is just ridiculous.
We set up our laptops, grabbed some popcorn, blankets and cups of tea (#relatable) to kick back and catch up on our subscriptions.
We decided to take a break to get some avocado on toast (also #relatable) when we realised an entire month had passed by and suddenly it was super cold and everyone was wearing Christmas jumpers.
So, here we are giving you another taste of the week’s best videos, but we’re rather disorientated and confused. Be gentle with us.
Goodbye – FSoundStudios
OH MY GOD…
That cup really IS empty?!
Jake Mitchell comes to us this week (after a LONG* absence which we’re TOTALLY* okay with and have COMPLETELY* forgiven him for, ofc).
What Jake lacks in the ability to use the correct greeting, he more than makes up for with extreme close-ups, hilarious jokes and bears.
Yes, bears. Don’t look at us like that, just watch the video.
(*Did you pick up on the sarcasm?)
Broken Teeth and Black Friday | Stand Up Wednesdays – GerardGroves
Yes, he’s sat down. Yes, we know. Yes, Gerard also knows. Glad we covered that.
In his latest edition of Stand Up Wednesdays, Gerard Groves talks chocolate as hard as stones, weird kids in hats and old, free cheese.
Would you eat free, old spicy cheese? Answers on a postcard pls and thank xo.
If you like funny anecdotes, flashy looking backgrounds and polar bear plushies then this video is for you.
Plus, Gerard looks snazzy AF in it, so there’s that, too.
Yes, we’re pioneering the comeback of the word “snazzy”. Deal with it.
YouTuber Hunger Games with Hazel Hayes! – Daniel J. Layton
In his newest video, Daniel J Layton teams up with Hazel Hayes to volunteer as tribute and read through our If YouTubers were Hunger Games Characters article, deciding whether they agree with our choices. And really who wouldn’t?
Oh, these two. Of course.
To use the words of famous pop singer and quiff connoisseur Justin Bieber: WHAT DO YOU MEAN we’re WRONG?!
Well, after going for a little sulk in the corner, we’ve decided we’re still sticking to our guns. You won’t get us to admit we’re fallible THAT easily. Even if you do make some compelling points. Maybe.
You’re damn right it was a really high-brow, cutting, social commentary piece though, Hazel. You saw through the facade; we’re all about the bigger picture here at TenEighty HQ.
Tom Rosenthal – Have Fun During The Day – Adrian Bliss
WHO’S CRYING?! NOBODY’S CRYING.
WE JUST GOT TINSEL IN OUR EYES.
OH GOSH WHO ARE WE KIDDING WE MISS ADRIAN, GREG AND VLOGVEMBER. IT WAS MORE HEART-WARMING THAN THE GRINCH.
Adrian Bliss, please come back soon.
And thank you, Tom Rosenthal for blessing our ears with this musical incandescent joy.
#sampletext 5eva <3.
LORD OF THE SPROUTS – KickThePj
PJ, if you’ve never thought of growing a beard, here’s a little friendly nudge. Give it some thought, the Boromir look is very in right now.
PJ Liguori has created a film to rival some of the classics of our time.
In LORD OF THE SPROUTS, PJ and filmmaker buddy Bertie Gilbert don some beards, cloaks and reenact an iconic scene from a certain film trilogy that we’re 9,0000% certain you’ll be able to guess by the title of the video.
Controversial opinion, but we LOVE Brussels sprouts here at TenEighty HQ. We’ve been known eat bowls of the things to prepare our stomachs for the amount of food we’ll consume during the Christmas period.
Not done watching? Okay, we’ll give you some more…
Carrie Hope Fletcher let us watch as she and Pete Bucknall set up their Christmas tree in their PJs. Cute? Cute.
BirdyBoots; Emma Blackery‘s gaming channel uploaded the latest episode of a Fallout 4 playthrough and, no, we’re not jealous that we don’t have a TenEighty games console. Not jealous at all.
Our favourite cheeky chappy Mark Ferris uploaded a November favourites this week. Skip to 4:27. Trust us. Just do it.
THERE YOU GO. YOU CAN GO AND SPREAD ALL OF YOUR CHRISTMAS CHEER NOW, YOU LOVELY JINGLE BELL RINGERS! If you think we missed any festive fun this week, feel free to tweet us at @TenEightyUK or drop us a line on Facebook at TenEightyUK.