YouTube Guide: iJustine is an Instagram addict

Superstar vlogger iJustine is living in an Instagram world. Plus: Watch a man reunite with his first motorcycle on eBay


Michelle Jaworski


Posted on Oct 19, 2012   Updated on Jun 2, 2021, 9:04 am CDT

With over 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it’s physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. But in YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.

1) iJustine, “Instagram Addict”

Justine is an Insta-addict—but she doesn’t see how that is necessarily a bad thing. It’s how people should see the world, and nothing is so inappropriate that you can’t add filters and post it. She even prefers her friends’ “foodstagrams” to the real thing.

2) MrGakn, “Arrested Development 200 Greatest Quotes”

The cast of the cult show Arrested Development is currently filming season 4, but while more people rewatch the classics and discover the series, MrGakn put together almost 11 minutes of the best quotes from the show without context.

3) eBay, “eBay Thanks You — Ed Church”

Ed Church is nostalgic for his first motorcycle, a Harley-Davidson, which was like a rite of passage. He eventually sold the bike, but has always regretted it. Thirty-two years later, his original motorcycle appeared on eBay not once, but twice, and he had to get it back.

4) Screen Junkies, “Honest Trailers – Paranormal Activity”

By popular demand, Screen Junkies tackle the honest trailer Paranormal Activity franchise, which really just boils down to a bunch of boring footage of people sleeping. But they figure that you’ll probably see the newest one because there’s not much playing around Halloween.

5) KtheScreamerOfficial, “Amazing Drunk Singer On The Street”

You’ll never know who you’ll meet in life or what surprises they’ll bring. K and her friend Logan encountered a drunk man in London after a show. He insisted that Logan teach him a song, so they dueted on Noah Gundersen’s “Caroline.”

Photo via iJustine/YouTube

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*First Published: Oct 19, 2012, 8:05 pm CDT