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Snipars


Added by The Transistor • Updated 3 months ago by shevyrolet
Added by The Transistor • Updated 3 months ago by shevyrolet

Snipars
Category: Person Status: Confirmed Year: 2012 Origin: YouTube Region:
Type:
Tags: youtube, funny, 420, mlg, snipars, montage parodies,

Additional References: Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, Urban Dictionary, YouTube,
Snipars

Category: Person Status: Confirmed Year: 2012 Origin: YouTube Region:
Type:
Tags: youtube, funny, 420, mlg, snipars, montage parodies,

Additional References: Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, Urban Dictionary, YouTube,

About

Snipars is a YouTuber known for creating popular montage parody videos which are frequently submitted to the /r/montageparodies subreddit. Snipars is mostly being recognised with Lenny face avatar on the montage parody subculture.

History

The "Snipars" YouTube[1] channel was created on January 1st, 2011. The first video was uploaded to the channel on September 16th, 2012, which features singer Isaac Ordeniran's cover of the song "Great is Your Faithfulness" captioned with phonetic translations of the lyrics (shown below, left). On February 17th, 2013, Snipars uploaded his first montage parody video titled "#Pandascope420 xXMonkeySh0tZZXx #SW4G" (shown below, right).



On April 27th, Snipars released a montage parody featuring footage from a juggling competition (shown below, left). Within two years, the video gained over 145,000 views and 200 comments. On June 20th, Snipars uploaded a video titled "Jesus Take the Wheel," featuring an animated car that travels across the planet to the 2005 country song "Jesus Take the Wheel" by Carrie Underwood (shown below, right).



On July 1st, Snipars uploaded a montage featuring clips from various public service announcements about cyberbullying and file sharing (shown below, left). On February 13th, 2014, Snipars uploaded a testimonial video by Gordon Hurd in which he reads a script containing references to montage parody cliches (shown below, right). Over the next year, the video gathered upwards of 1.2 million views and 1,400 comments.



Social Media Accounts

As of December 2014, Snipars has more than 41,000 Facebook[2] likes, 19,000 Twitter[3] followers and 3,800 Instagram[7] followers.

Reception

Many of Snipars videos have reached the front page of the /r/montageparodies subreddit.[4] On August 17th, 2013, the /r/snipars[5] subreddit was launched for discussions about his YouTube videos. On July 23rd, 2014, Urban Dictionary[6] user TheRealFranklinV2 submitted a entry for "snipars," defining him as "the being that makes life beautiful."

Notable Videos



Search Interest

External References

[1] YouTube – Snipars

[2] Facebook – Snipars

[3] Twitter – @SniparsSweg

[4] Reddit – Snipars

[5] Reddit – /r/snipars

[6] Urban Dictionary – Snipars

[7] Instagram – snipars


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