So... I was reviewed by another YouTuber by the name of Chris Conrad a while back and I decided to make a reaction/review video to his video of me.
**CHRIS CONRAD VIDEO INFORMATION**
Tittle: Gay Youtube News & Reviews: GAY RICH DILF LURED ME INTO HIS HOUSE
LINK TO MY LAST VIDEO: https://youtu.be/wJ_U7Jdd13I
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No don't remake anything! Caring about what other people think opens you up to ridiculous amounts of manipulation. Do NOT give that control to others. Be be yourself! As long as you aren't hurting others or being a douche, screw what other people think.
I believe people who try to put down others just to get some attention, is weak to me. They must have some type of issues within themselves to even have that much energy to bash another person life. You're amazing with or without your shirt Adrian!
I'm sure you are correct about that. You are also right, people will always have some sort of opinion on whatever you do with your life. Thank you buddy. I appreciate it a lot. Thank you for being my number one fan :)
Adrian, I think your vlogs are fine the way they are. I always felt if you put work into your body, show it off. It makes my day seeing you with less. You're just a hot guy, others are just jealous. Alex from Los Angeles.
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