"I've never accidentally stabbed anyone, but I have accidentally burned someone with a cigarette butt."
Australia is such a diverse country—but are we inclusive?
Scientists know where fear comes from—it's triggered by the feeling of losing control or being rendered powerless in some way. But why is it now a cultural obsession?
It's not hard to get lost in the matrix of edible content on YouTube—so here's a breakdown of the site's subcultures, from the instructional to the extremist to the just-plain-weird.
"By layer 70, I could hardly breathe. My nose was filling with foundation. Was I suffocating slowly?"
The Emotional Freedom Technique is the New Age therapy of the moment and involves tapping yourself over your body to cure physical and mental ills.
"Chewbacca Mom" just made AU$674,000 off that video of her laughing. Surely it can't be too hard?
The Pope met some vloggers and it's very unclear now whether vlogging is hereby cool or lame.
Why is a man nicknamed "Tostitos Tyler" harassing a cashier in a viral video? Why does he need to be such a dick? Is there a reason anything happens to anyone?
What sort of deranged weirdo wants to make his better half cry?
Gators, man. Gators.
The Rockstar Editor has introduced a thriving performance culture to GTA V, proving there's more to Los Santos than murder and stealing cars.
He's recreated over 20 titles, from The Lord of the Rings to Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.
We watch as Tony tries his hand at some light gardening and learns proper shovel etiquette.
Flat earthers may be cranks, but they're also beautiful dreamers.
Known online as Gamer Grandma, Shirley Curry has won the hearts of 115k subscribers—double the population of the quaint Virginian town she calls home.
ASMR, the YouTube relaxation community, has developed an erotic offshoot, and some people aren't happy about it.
Save time by watching episodes I-VI in a glorious blur of lightsaber duels and space battles.
Nov 28, 2015
With Open Gates is a mishmash of comically fake and out-of-context footage, bad subtitling and Islamophobic propaganda.
We meet a guy who tries smart drugs on YouTube, hit the road with metal legends Corrosion of Conformity, talk to an FBI agent who went undercover for decade, and more.
But is it also the future of vlogging? Maybe!
David Cross plays a white guy who really, really wants to get mistreated by the cops.
Doug Rickard trawled through thousands of hours worth of amateur Youtube footage for his new project, N.A.
A food blogger runs into some difficulties while reviewing a bag of chips during a live stream on Youtube in this week's PLEASE LOOK AT ME comic.