How The Internet Made This Ridiculously Cute Kid Extremely Happy

by
Owen Poindexter
Sometimes, all it takes is a little gratitude. This kid, who goes by Sir Fedora on YouTube and Twitter, posted this video on YouTube to express his joy and appreciation for getting...one like. Now, because he was so stoked about that first like, he has over 50,000.

Sometimes, all it takes is a little gratitude. This kid, who goes by Sir Fedora on YouTube and Twitter, posted this video on YouTube to express his joy and appreciation for getting...one like. A single person liked his first video, which was just him introducing his YouTube channel (on which he will post game and app reviews), and that one like inspired this:

"The fact that we hit one like--I'm feeling awesome right now. But if we could hit five to three likes, that would be amazing. That would send me through the roof of my house!"

At around 3:50 of the video, he provides proof that he did in fact go through the roof.

So it's hard to comprehend what kind of euphoria Sir Fedora must be in now, because he has gone viral. At the time of writing, the above video has over 53,000 likes and over 100,000 views.

So, naturally a follow-up was in order. Sir Fedora just had to announce that he has...wait for it..."45 frickin followers on Twitter!"

Now, he has just shy of 5,000.

And, in case you were curious about the upcoming video he kept mentioning, here it is. Kind of. He talks for thirty seconds, and then the shot just freezes for a solid minute, and that's it. But hey, power of personality, that one is just shy of 6,000 likes.

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