(PG-13: Language) The stock market can be a great way to make money. But it’s not without risks, and valuation shifts are often at the expense of the people in the trenches. Casually Explained offers his snarky take on people who just can’t get enough buying, selling, and manipulating other people’s puny lives.
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“Limit yourself to one sourdough bread recipe a day, and absolutely no YouTube videos.” After taking the first three months of quarantine creating exactly zero videos, Casually Explained is back to offer his guidance on how to be productive while telecommuting, and then gradually reacclimating to the outside world.
You might be freaked out about using plastic straws, but it takes a whole lot of them to have the same environmental impact as producing other things we buy and consume. Casually Explained provides a comparison of various CO2 producers, and thanks the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for sponsoring this episode.
(PG-13: Language) If you’re reading this, there’s an overwhelming chance that you can speak English. In this casual explanation, we learn what makes our language different than others, and why in some ways it’s easier to learn, and in others, much harder. Then there are the local accents and dialects…
(PG-13: Language) Casually Explained breaks down the person who is simultaneously one of the most famous and infamous CEO’s on the planet. Elon Musk is a genius, a creep, a Twitter troll, a kid with life-size construction toys, Tony Stark, and Thanos all rolled into one.
“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.
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.
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.
(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.
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.
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.
(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.
(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.
(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.
(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.
(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.
(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.
“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.
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