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  • beedle246 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Do not be Cody Be Haggar

    10 months ago

    Vr game suggestion: Hotdogs, horseshoes and hand grenades

    • Njlamp FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold I rate Tenticle/Tenticle

      10 months ago

      PLEASE! That game is so fun.

  • ToddLynass FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

  • SnipeChief

    10 months ago

    About that getting used to it thing, I get it. I've been watching you guys since Funhaus started, and lately I've been reading Adam's mind. Doesn't impact my opinion of y'all. Primo comedy, I'm always up for that Funhaus style.


  • ajpantuso FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    Could we get more corporate videos? Like maybe a few HR videos about Adam working with Bruce (his favorite stepdad he never had) or James and Elyse working muppets into their office relationship. Would also like some tips from Lawrence about hiding your hentai at work or maybe a quick guide to disposing of your moldy oats. Sometimes I watch your videos and forget about the corporate culture that is pervasive in Funhaus content. It's like you guys don't even want to be featured in Forbes.

  • wacker102 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    love this show, cant wait for more. every week there is so much funhaus content on this site, i am so grapefruit

  • Nulon FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    James, this is the second time you've said, "very closely tied to that community without actually being involved in it." I believe the other one was drag queens not too long ago.

    The word you're looking for is "fan".

  • CWalks FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Cwalks

    10 months ago

    I was curious about the fate of your ARK series. Did it not receive enough views and get cut, or another reason they stopped coming? I really enjoyed those but understand you gotta cater to the people

    • KatyBacon FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      10 months ago

      Their server got wiped out and also Spoole mostly took care of it

  • Neville91 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    I love this format, I love you guys and I love other stuff.

  • EvrythngCndn FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Captain of the Damned

    10 months ago

    So, the thing about fanfiction is the reason it's kept under a 'lock and key' of sorts is because writers of fanfiction (whether it's for something like harry potter or whether it's of you guys) get shit on all the time for being disgusting. Even if it's a story of just hand holding writers like myself will get hate messages from the general public. And it's hard for us to ignore because us as writers of fanfiction aren't used to being shit on like youtube comments.


    Not only do the fans of youtubers, entertainers, ect. try to seek us writers out to shit on us but a majority of people who have seen or read or know about the fanfiction of them shit on us as well. They make fun of it. The put it and the author on display for the purpose of making fun of it, or just reading it and being "This is so ridiculous". (It's not meant to be real, it's fucking fiction.) But the fact that who we write about shits on it makes us want to keep it as secret as possible.


    So having our work shared publicly to so many people will let the assholes who purposely search to shit on people find us. And that is why we try to keep our fanfiction out of the public eye. It's seen as taboo and gross. Especially slash fiction i.e. Lawrence and James, or Peake and Adam, pairings like that.


  • YodatheHobbit FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    Yep, Adam is totally right about how I stay up to date with everything Funhaus. I actually thought they weren't doing Dude Soup this day(due to the Memorial Day holiday I thought maybe the pushed it to Wed) since I didn't get a notification on my phone. I even have mobile notifications on for whenever Lawrence tweets solely for the purpose of knowing when he tests new GTA maps. I'm afraid I have a Funhaus addiction. You are my beautiful heroin, minus the health side effects. No matter how much I might be critical of a few of the videos you make, they are all more entertaining videos to me than 90% of what's on TV, and 89.5% of what else is on YouTube.

  • TheRTV FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Round Peg in Square Hole

    10 months ago

    The live questions and comments are great, but there should be more time for RT comments (There was one in a 41 minute RT sponsor only fan show). If Lawrence is the only one picking comments, then maybe the other people on the podcast should also pick some RT comments. Just like with the YT/Reddit comment show. Even if the guests on the podcast are last minute, I'm sure yall are reading comments throughout the week yall could make note of.


    Like are yall okay? Did we do something wrong?? WHY DON'T YOU LOVE US!?!?!?!

  • EggsCaliber FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    The Q&A session at the end was nice

  • Lackyducks FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    Okay, so, as someone who writes fanfiction and has seen chaos caused by people 'showing off' fanfiction, I can give some kind of insight on the not wanting to be shown thing. Personally, I'm okay with it my writing being shared. I'd be embarrassed, but I'd be okay with it. So keep in mind this is only one person's view.


    Anyway, the common problem is, when somebody shows off fanfiction, they're often doing it to make fun of it. It isn't actually showing it in a 'hey look how cool this is' way it's 'wow isn't this weird let's all laugh at it'. Nobody has really shown it off in a way that isn't offensive (you guys actually are one of the best examples of not being offensive about it, simply having the lines of text on screen in one of your older videos. But even that could be a problem for some people.) We spend time writing fics, just like people spend time drawing fan art, but we rarely get the same treatment. That isn't dragging fan art, those guys are really skilled, I'm jealous. Just establishing the difference in how it's shown off. I could give examples of this happening but I wouldn't want to cause any problems.


    Another thing that I'm not too sure on, is I think a lot of people still have the idea it's a hidden thing. That the people we write about won't see it and it ruins the illusion about that when it is shown. But, again, not sure if that's really the case. I am interested to see other fic writers' thoughts on this, because there's people who don't want it to be shown and I can't speak for them.


    Generally, if you want to show off fanfiction, just ask people to put notes on whether or not they'd want it to be shown. Or try to establish a tumblr tag specifically for fics that are okay to be shared. That's the best way I can think to go about it. And don't make fun of us, that would be great too. Not sure exactly how to do that one yet but you guys have a better hope than I. Block of text over.

    • zipzip105 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      10 months ago

      I haven't given this much thought before, and what you've said is eye opening for me. I draw my stuff very specifically for the FunHaus crew to see it, hearing their opinions on it is what I see as the reward. I had never considered that people who express themselves through writing have alternate "rewards" for their effort, but now that I think about it, it does make a lot of sense.

    • ktgcake FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      10 months ago

      I think the whole hidden thing is a really important part. Back when youtube didnt exist or was very small, youtube personalities never existed. Authors used to write about characters in tv shows or movies and there was no internet interaction between fan and actor. There was very little chance someone outside would see it. Now with the main media slowly catching up to this "internet" thing. Actors have more insight into their fan followings. And that goes two-fold for youtube personalities who are internet based entirely. Basically real person fic is pretty new phenomenon and everyone is still trying to work out the courtesies and lines drawn. Although most communities do set rules within themselves about what is and isnt okay. Youtube personalities even reading fic kind of violates some of the rules that authors place on themselves, so it may be part of the embarrassment comes from them thinking they have now broken these spoken and unspoken rules even if it wasn't neccessarily their fault.

      Also some of the hesitations may come from the fact that theres been a couple times in recent years that tv shows and main media produced shows have taken fanfiction from fan communities to read to the actors simply for the sake of making the actor uncomfortable or getting them to make fun of it because its good content for them getting that shocked reaction. Not exactly what the authors intended for their work. There was a huge amount of authors who took all their work down or stopped writing after that.

      Also i kind of think theres an arguement to be had about the fact that while the author may have made their work public for the community - maybe the subject is not apart of the community, even if it is all about them.

      Im not very good at translating my thoughts to text but basically the internet is a lot smaller and a lot bigger than it used to be.



  • pfausto FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    Where can I find the Google trends video? I missed the live stream and I can't seem to find the edited version.

    • YodatheHobbit FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      10 months ago

      It's not up yet.

  • heftypanda FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    Serious question time, again. I know that I do this like once a week, but still:


    I don't want to ask you guys to rag on any of your former employers of course, but I've noticed that a lot of major media companies/groups have been struggling to remain relevant lately; even some game companies have been going full Newgrounds as of late... As insiders into that world, why are so many companies struggling to produce popular or really 'quality' content? A lot of people that were really funny no less than two or three years ago have been seeming more and more trapped in stale companies or have been put into positions where they aren't being well utilized. It is more than just aging and 'hot and new' taking over, I think...


    For instance, IGN's slow fall and even people who were really highly rated a few years ago like College Humor... What is up with that? A 'traditional media' example might be Stephen Colbert's new stuff on the Late Show vs. his old show.

  • GraemeRichar FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    What college can you go to where you have 12 hours a day to play video games?

    • GawsHawg FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      10 months ago

      I think what Lawrence meant when he said "College students" he meant the age range. Which would be 18 - 22 (or around that, I started college at age 17 because of how late my birthday is). People in that age group are starting to enter the prime of their life, so naturally they'd be able to do certain activities than those older/younger than them.

    • Liberty83 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      10 months ago

      I know for a few semesters where I went from 10 am til 10 PM Tuesdays and Thursdays taking 15-18 credits worth of courses. That left me with a huge amount of free time even with the recommended reading / homework type stuff and coming from working in a paper factory 12+ hours a day the "Long days" in the classroom weren't all that long.


      I'm sure the 12 hours a day gaming was just an exaggeration but you could probably manage a solid 4-5 hours a day gaming if you forgo the "social" side of going to college and manage your time.

  • tvnut FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    YAY Fan Show!!