Monday, October 16, 2017

'Casually Explained' is an Internet Sensation

by Tracey Smidt

Launched on December 7, 2015, 'Casually Explained' is a YouTube channel that explains the life of a male college student. Covering topics from programming to whether "she's into you", the broad range of topics are presented in a fun, simple style that has gained a devoted following. The creator of the channel can also be found on other social media platforms where he casually explains things he observes and experiences.

Choosing to stay anonymous, the Canadian student initially started the channel as a means of studying. He later went on to cover topics like dating, one night stands and job hunting.

Every two weeks new material is released. With a following of over 1.3 million subscribers, the channel has videos on many relatable topics, like those entitled 'Procrastination', 'Spectrum of Intelligence' and the latest offering 'Evolution IV'.

Find the channel on YouTube by visiting it here. The Casually Explained creator can be found on Twitter @CasuallyE, Facebook and Reddit. See the latest video below.