Friday Funny 144: Spaghetti is better on a Friday!


Thank God it’s Friday! Welcome back to another silly Friday! I have some good news to share with you. I am over this cold and I am feeling like myself again! I hope everyone is doing okay as well, this cold that’s going around has been a real nasty one. To be honest, I don’t have much interesting going on except some recap for Final Fantasy XV. I already finished my review on the DLC episode, Episode Ignis. I am thinking about going back and doing spoiler reviews on the stories of the episodes. Besides that, Square Enix released some updated news that on March 6th, there is going to be an updated version of Final Fantasy XV called Royal Edition. If you haven’t bought FFXV, you can save up and buy Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition in physical copy for PS4 and X1 where it has the game with all the updates such as the Episodes DLC and expansion pack. If you already have the game, you can just download the Royal Edition separately. Also, get ready for a PC version where you can play the game on your PC for the latest updates and enhance graphics.

This is off topic but I am not sure if it’s true, but why are people eating tide pods?! It’s dangerous and you are consuming chemicals that can kill you! It’s dangerous like the cinnamon challenge!

Anyway, let’s begin already!


Instead of doing something silly as usual, I want to tell everyone what’s going on YouTube. It’s important to know this for otaku anitubers and other people starting channels. The YouTuber vlogger star Logan Paul caused some controversy in Japan after he filmed a dead suicide body in the woods. This cause great disgust for the followers and others and after the incident, he took down the video and made an apology video. Ever since this, people are complaining to YouTube that they need to punish Logan Paul and make YouTube more safe for kids. I don’t know for sure but I hear Logan Paul’s fans are mostly young adults that look up to him, probably in the teens. Instead of banning Logan Paul or listening to the people, YouTube decided to take action and make it harder for people to get money for their videos. In order to make money out your videos, YouTube decides that you need to have at least 1,000 followers. Since Logan Paul (and other well-known YouTubers) have about million followers, they are safe and they can still money. However, this is bad news for some channels or new people because this means they will not be making money unless they get enough followers. This is bad news for us anitubers since we want to make money for doing videos such as reviews, podcasts and discussions, but this also means that now we need more supporters to meet the quote. In short, now with this new rules in YouTube, it’s going to be a lot harder for small channels. To show support to the anime community, here are some channels you can follow and show support to help the community:


Mr. Zen Lopez

Shay Taree/Anime Reviewer Girl

Contains Anime


Anyway, these are some channels worth checking out. Let’s help out the community! Bye everyone!