5. THE PHOTOGRAPHER WHO TOOK A PHOTO EVERY SINGLE DAY FOR 30 YEARS
Jamie took a photo every single day for almost 30 years until the day he died, documenting everything from family outings to the eventual cancer that took his life. What separates Jamie from the rest of the YouTube posers though, is that Jamie got his own Wikipedia page. Though we don’t want to take anything away from Jamie’s achievement because it is damn impressive, there’s another person out there who was even more dedicated to documenting every little thing about their life.
4. THE GUY WHO KEPT A DIARY OF HIS LIFE, EVERY FIVE MINUTES, FOR 25 YEARS
You have to realize though, that this diary was recorded every 5 minutes without fail, meaning that after Robert had finished one entry, he probably only had another 2 minutes free before he’d have to record another one. We don’t want to imagine how many of the entries consisted entirely of Robert discussing the diary entries he just wrote, because we’d probably never stop crying. Therefore, we’re just going to move swiftly on to…
3. THE GUY WHO MET EVERY FRIEND HE HAD ON FACEBOOK
2. THE GUY WHO WATCHED 252 MOVIES ON NETFLIX IN A MONTH
According to Malkoff, a professional comedian who we suspect doesn’t get very many gigs, he spent 404.25 hours that month staring at a Netflix product. So, taking into account the $8 he paid subscribing to the service for that month, Malkoff got around 50 hours of movies for every dollar he spent. Which, if we’re honest, is a pretty good deal, but we don’t think it’d be worth our family members thinking we’ve died.
1. THE GUY WHO SPENT HIS LIFE SAVINGS TO WIN AN X-BOX
Unbelievably, after spending and losing $300, double the amount it would have cost for him to just go out and buy the damned thing, Henry went home and withdrew a further $2,300 (his entire life savings,) and went back to the carnival in an attempt to win that cursed X-Box. When he’d spent literally every penny he had to his name, and still had not won, the carnival felt so sorry for him that they gave him a giant stuffed banana with dreadlocks as a valuable parting gift. Thankfully, things worked out well for Henry, because the website College Humor gave him $3,000 for the stuffed banana, even throwing in an X-Box to boot. This taught Henry a valuable lesson: it doesn’t matter how badly you screw up, because someone will bail you out if you screw up hard enough.