Happy / Society & Culture

Let YouTube Make You Feel Awesome About Your Life!

Yep, I love when YouTube makes me feel great about my life, and I don’t mean watching stupid FHV, makeup tutorials, or cat videos. If you haven’t checked out YouTube in a while, it’s totally turning into a place where you can get good advice about life in general, news, learn foreign languages, get important info about your vagina, or just be reminded that super nice & intelligent people totally exist. Don’t be left behind – YouTube is becoming the new TV…but way better. Here are some videos to get you started, and feeling awesome about life!

I Fucking Love Science has a YouTube!
(There are lots of awesome science and history channels!)

My Drunk Kitchen with Hannah Hart
(‘Cause a. drunk people are funny, and b. being drunk does totally make you starving.)

Sex+ with Laci Green
(Vaginas and feminism and kink *wink*)

Learn Arabic with Maha!
(Or you can do Spanish immersion with comedy vids!)

DemocracyNow!
(Hells yeah!)

It can also super teach you about your pets.
(What Are This? by Jenna Marbles)

Or you can just keep laughing at funny shit, which is good too.
(Summer Heights High with Ja’mie King)

Additionally, I don’t know when YouTube turned into a free porn site, but it is. So, yeah, watch out for that, or search it out, whatever suits your fancy.

A, out. xo

Alyssa Morhardt-Goldstein received her MFA in poetry from The New School, and her BS in classical vocal performance and literature from Mannes Conservatory. She was selected by Matthea Harvey as The New School’s 2012 Chapbook Contest winner in poetry, and is the founding editor of SOUND, a daily literary magazine on contemporary musico-poetics. @Elkawildling

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