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Onision is the online handle of vlogger Gregory Jackson, who is known for creating bizarre comedy sketches and music videos on YouTube.
On January 26th, 2006, Jackson launched the YouTube channel Onision. On October 16th, 2007, the first video was uploaded to the feed, in which Jackson reviews a Darth Vader voice changing helmet (shown below, left). On April 18th, 2008, Onision posted a video titled "I'm So Emo," which gained over 3.1 million views and 19,000 comments in the first seven (shown below, right).
On September 25th, 2009, Onision uploaded a music video titled "Banana Song" (shown below, left). Within six years, the video received upwards of 44 million views and 108,000 comments. In February 2010, the video was featured as the "Viewer Video of the Week" on the Internet humor television show Tosh.0. On June 8th, 2010, Onision released a parody instructional music video titled "Shower Song (How to Take a Shower)" (shown below, right).
On October 18th, 2011, A music video titled "I'm a Ladybug" was uploaded to the channel, featuring footage of Onision walking through a forest while dressed in a ladybug costume (shown below, left). Within four years, the video received more than 1.3 million views and 5,800 comments. On March 1st, 2012, Onision released a sketch video in which he performs the cinnamon challenge while impersonating the YouTuber Fred, garnering over five million views and 41,000 comments in four years (shown below, right).
On January 1st, 2013, Onision posted a video titled "10 Things I Hate About Emos," gathering upwards of 2.6 million views and 26,000 comments in three years (shown below, left). On December 20th, 2014, Onision uploaded a comedy sketch parodying the anime Death Note (shown below, right).
Social Media Presence
"Creamy Meme Dude"
In November 2015, people began spamming the phrase "creamy meme dude" on Onision's social media posts (shown below). On November 9th, the OnisionDrama Tumblr feed speculated that the spam was being perpetuated by fans of Onision.