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Link To My Channel:  LORD THORGORATH

Hope nobody minds if I do a little self-promotion on here.

Hard to get
your name out there nowadays....

What's going on extreme brothers & sisters?!?
My name's Lord Thorgorath and I am a new YouTube vlogger.
I was inspired by the likes of Jackass and Viva La Bam

to start going on my own wild adventures in life and to spread an
anarchistic free love-type message to the masses. All complete with
plenty of extreme (and softer, more subtle) music choices :)?

So....if anybody is interested in checking me out,
click on the link posted ABOVE.

If you don't like my content, that's fine, I still love you anyway \m/

I'm all about bringing people together despite personal differences.
Let's all have a party!!

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Link To My Channel: LORD THORGORATH

Click HERE to check out my main Vlogging series!

32 Subscribers so far, NOT BAD! :)

Are you tired of YouTube vloggers who don't edit enough and leave in too much filler?
Tired of overblown, Justin Bieber-like fuckbois (the Pauls)?

My name's Lord Thorgorath and I am a new YouTube vlogger.
I was inspired by the likes of Jackass/Viva La Bam/CKY to start going on my
own wild adventures in life and to spread an
Andrew W.K.-like message to the masses of parties, anarchy,
and LOTS of extreme music!

Concerts, parties, adventures - all rolled into one!

So....if anybody is interested in checking me out,
click on the link posted ABOVE.

If you don't like my content, that's fine, I still love you anyway \m/
Let's all have a party!!

thorgorathlogo6 (courtesy of Mike Rico).jpg

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Donate to my GoFundMe if you like the content you see
and wanna help me churn out more content more often. Every penny counts! :D

Link To My YouTube Channel: LORD THORGORATH

Hey everyone! My name's Lord Thorgorath and I'm an up-and-coming YouTube vlogger with Errol Flynn's heart & soul.
I was inspired by the likes of Jackass and Viva La Bam to start going on my
own wild adventures in life to preach forth a message of anarchism and total liberation.
All complete with plenty of extreme music choices 

So....if you're interested in what I have to offer, click on the link to my channel above
and see about donating to my GoFundMe page if you see potential in my content - it's how we can gain this channel momentum

And I still love you anyways, even if you personally can't get into my videos \m/

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On 1/18/2020 at 7:00 AM, ChainsawAkimbo said:

I checked them out, but to be honest don't really even get the whole format. If a person is super skilled in something, or a public figure to begin with.. then maybe. I guess i'm old but watching people do just regular stuff ain't my kinda way to spend time. ?

I take that VERY THING into consideration when making my videos.

I can def. see why you're not a big YouTube guy. Much of the vloggers on there, their content is presented just way too clean and safe, in my opinion - and YEAH, hence why it's not so interesting. Too much filler

But I do my best to edit my vids a little better, make them move a lot faster

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