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Casually Explained

Casually Explained: Game Genres

Casually Explained: Game Genres

“If you look at FIFA 18 and compare it to this year’s version, you can see that they completely changed the number.” From sports to RTSes to RPGs to MOBAs, Casually Explained provides a brief and not very useful overview of some of the many types of video games.

Casually Explained: Long Story Short

Casually Explained: Long Story Short

(PG-13) “That train has sailed.” Casually Explained’s guide to American idioms will confound the heck out of anyone who isn’t already familiar with the phrases. Watch as he comes up with increasingly ridiculous scenarios that take idioms literally.

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Casually Explained: Travel

Casually Explained: Travel

Are you getting cabin fever as winter’s icy grip sets in? Then consider reserving yourself a ticket and going somewhere new. Casually Explained offers some advice on how to pick your destination, some tips for negotiating your way through the airport, and more.

The Creative Process

The Creative Process

Coming up with creative ideas can be quite challenging. Casually Explained is here to show us why that is, and provides a series of tests to help you determine your own personal level of creativity. We passed that final test over two years ago.

Casually Explained: Human Beings

Casually Explained: Human Beings

Now that individual humans don’t need to forage or hunt for food, or build their own shelter, we really don’t need to do much to survive. Casually Explained goes over modern humankind’s general lack of motivation, along with some of our other wonderful traits.

Casually Explained: Writing Jokes

Casually Explained: Writing Jokes

Casually Explained guides us through the simplest form of comedy, which is writing a joke. He is surprisingly straight and educational for most of the video. Then he goes and applies everything he said at the end. Well done man, well done.

Casually Explained: Memes

Casually Explained: Memes

(PG-13: Language) From the Hamster Dance to Advice Animals, Casually Explained looks back at the history of the internet meme, and why we find ourselves so fascinated with passing on such inane and random things to our online friends. The meme lifecycle chart is spot on.

Casually Explained: Making Friends

Casually Explained: Making Friends

Once you graduate from school, the opportunities to make new friends outside of the workplace drop off a cliff for most of us. Casually Explained offers some of his typically tongue-in-cheek advice on how to break that cycle and expand your circle of friends.

Casually Explained: The Stock Market

Casually Explained: The Stock Market

Want to make a quick buck playing the stock market? Perhaps you should check out The Motley Fool rather the advice of a guy who has made his money from bad stick figure drawings on YouTube. On the other hand, his point about buying extra monitors is spot on.

Millennials vs. Baby Boomers

Millennials vs. Baby Boomers

(PG-13: Language) Casually Explained takes a video game-style approach in analyzing the differences between millennials and baby boomers, such as their education, social circles, technological advances, economy and access to memes.

Casually Explained: Moving Out

Casually Explained: Moving Out

Here’s another life lesson from YouTube’s most crudely-drawn adult educational series. This time, you’ll learn about the challenges that face you as you grow up and eventually have to move out of your parents’ basement and get your own place.

Casually Explained: YouTube

Casually Explained: YouTube

(PG-13: Language) If you can believe it, YouTube has only been around since 2005. Lots of things have changed with the service since then, and Casually Explained is here to casually explain the history of Google’s video juggernaut, and what its changes have meant for creators.

Casually Explained: First Dates

Casually Explained: First Dates

(PG-13) Casually Explained gives some tips on going out on a first date. He talks about asking someone out, coming up with a fun activity – something plus alcohol – how you’re supposed to act, what girls and guys are thinking when on a date, and the post-date flowchart.

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Casually Explained: Men’s Fashion

Casually Explained: Men’s Fashion

(PG-13: Language) “You can really express your personality by copying what popular rappers are wearing.” Casually Explained breaks down some of the most popular brands and trends in men’s fashion. All without saying hype, fire, lit, woke, or Off-White. A true scholar.

Casually Explained: Critical Thinking

Casually Explained: Critical Thinking

(PG-13: Language) Casually Explained breaks down the tiers of thought processes, from acting purely on instinct to the curse that is overthinking. For the latter, he comforts us by reminding us that no one cares about us and we will all be forgotten.

Introverts & Extroverts

Introverts & Extroverts

(PG-13: Language) When racism, sexism and classism are gone, these two boxes will still remain. Casually Explained tackles two of this generation’s favorite buzzwords. He reminds us that spending time alone and with other people are equally important. Or so he’s been told.

Casually Explained: Levels of Wealth

Casually Explained: Levels of Wealth

(PG-13: Language) Casually Explained looks at money, and how having wealth or not having it can impact your life. It’s comprehensive assuming you don’t live in a third-world country where you don’t have internet access and don’t watch Casually Explained’s videos.

Casually Explained: Hello Universe

Casually Explained: Hello Universe

“Like most niche interest jokes, I don’t find it funny. But at least I understand it.” Casually Explained imagines how the Universe would be made if a programmer was behind all of it. It’s an elaborate excuse to drop computer science and physics jokes.

Casually Explained: Is She into You? Pt. 2

Casually Explained: Is She into You? Pt. 2

Casually Explained already laid out some of the non-signs that a girl is into you and thus is safe to approach. But if you’re still unsure or confused, here he provides a blanket solution that is totally not based on personal experience.

Casually Explained: The Solar System

Casually Explained: The Solar System

Casually Explained stops talking about love and life for a moment to dish out some hard science. Fiction. Watch his breakdown of our celestial neighborhood, which includes Earth’s hot sister, Elon Musk’s homeworld, and yo momma.

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Casually Explained: Video Games

Casually Explained: Video Games

(PG-13: Language) “No matter how good you are, there will always be a million Koreans better than you.” Casually Explained switches the knowledge bombs and wisdom lasers for nostalgia gut punches as he talks about being a lifelong gamer.

Casually Explained: Finding the One

Casually Explained: Finding the One

Casually Explained drops a knowledge bomb and quantifies the chances that you’ll meet the person with whom you’ll want to spend the rest of your life. It’s all in the easy to understand HOPE equation, but it also has a couple of variations.

Casually Explained: Group Projects

Casually Explained: Group Projects

If you’ve ever been thrown into a school or work project with people you don’t know well, you can relate to Casually Explained’s clip, which reminds us that the whole isn’t necessarily greater than the sum of its parts, and that you’re the only one who really did any work.

Casually Explained: One Night Stands

Casually Explained: One Night Stands

“If you’re a girl, you’ll probably be hearing a lot of ‘what were you thinking?’ and if you’re a guy, you’ll probably be hearing a lot of ‘dude, nice!'” Casually Explained provides some guidance on how to handle casual flings – assuming you can make one happen.

Casually Explained: Alcohol

Casually Explained: Alcohol

“You’ll notice that alcohol quickly makes you better at many things…” Mr. Explained explains how booze lives up to its “liquid courage” nickname, and how confidence times ounces consumed is inversely proportional to the intelligence of your actions.

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