With the onset of the COVID outbreak, depression and anxiety has increased considerably in people. No one was prepared to face isolation or loss of jobs and social lives. In such times, when you need something to combat your boredom and blue moods, a good dose of laughter can do the trick.
Even if you are at work or at college there comes a time when you feel sad and need to a good laugh, or something hilarious to listen to or watch. There is no better place to get entertained than going on YouTube where you can connect to the internet and watch your favorite comedy shows, jokes or go for a funny compilation of hilarious moments shared by people.
Here are a few channels that you must have a look at to kill time and amuse yourselves:
This is one of the number one channels if you are looking for some hilarious videos and compilations of people failing in an attempt to do some crazy stuff. Users submit their hilarious videos from around the world. Users can even compete in competitions where they can submit their entries and get them featured on social media. Also, you can get the Fail Army merchandise including the Fail Army sweatshirts, t-shirts, accessories and posters. The basic idea is to share hilarious moments of people trying crazy things and failing with laughter.
No. Of Followers: 14,600,000
This is an internet based comedy company in LA and produces content for their YouTube channel. They had a website that was defunct recently in January because IAC withdrew funding of the website. You can find some original humor videos, cool movie spoofs, articles, pictures by Brennan Lee Mulligan, Amir Blumenfeld, Siobhan Thompson, Emily Axford and many others who play some crazy antics dressed as Batman, Bane, Joker and many other characters.
No. Of Followers: 14,000, 000
Just For Laughs Gags
This is one of the most popular hidden camera reality series where people get pranked and they have no idea that they are a part of it. You can find subjects from all over Mexico, Vancouver, Montreal, Quebec City. The pranks played on different individuals get so amazing responses that you cannot hold your laughter for long. You can find some funny audio effects and sounds in the show that adds some more life in the silent videos and pranks and reactions that people give out. You can watch some amazing episodes of the show where people get pranked and share a laugh with your friends and family.
You can also catch this show on your Cable TV. If you have subscribed to Spectrum Silver channels, you will have no trouble finding it. It is a good show to watch after a tiring day.
No. Of Followers: 10,600,000
America’s Funniest Home Videos
This is another show that has been spreading laughter and happiness in the American living rooms since the late 80s. This was one of the longest-running shows that has been showing funny video programs in America and has a long list of epic episodes. You can now watch the same mind-boggling and gut-twisting and hilarious video clips on the internet as they also have a dedicated YouTube channel with more than 4 million subscribers who follow them and their funny content.
No. Of Followers: 4,320,000
Cracked is totally hilarious platform for people looking for a good laugh. It not only provides epic fails or funny videos but also articles and other humorous content that will make your day. Cracked YouTube channel started off somewhere around 2006 and since then it has been providing some updated humorous content.
No. Of Followers: 26,700,000
Ready To Tickle Your Funny Bone?
These are our picks of YouTube channels that can help you overcome a blue day or a sad moment that you might be going through, or a boring day at your workplace or at your home. These channels are very helpful as there are thousands of videos that can put a smile on your face.
About Caroline Eastman:
Caroline is doing her graduation in IT from the University of South California but keens to work as a freelance blogger. She loves to write on the latest information about IoT, technology, and business. She has innovative ideas and shares her experience with her readers.