How to Make That? (crafts debunking)
February 10, 2024 2:23 AM   Subscribe

I really enjoy Ann Reardon's (How to Cook That) series debunking myths and hacks. Are there any similar series focused on debunking arts and crafts 'hacks', or at least testing them out?
posted by Braeburn to Sports, Hobbies, & Recreation (3 answers total) 19 users marked this as a favorite
Best answer: Evan and Katelyn have shifted more towards this type of video, example.
posted by Eyelash at 4:56 AM on February 10 [2 favorites]

Threadbanger on YouTube was doing these for a while. See their Man vs. Pin and Corinne vs. Pin videos.
posted by capricorn at 5:25 AM on February 10 [1 favorite]

YouTube channel Natalie and Tara has Natalie and Tara Try Stuff, where the women record their first experiences, for better or worse. Emphasis is on two buddies enjoying themselves. It's not so much debunking as showing whether the experiment lives up to the hype.
Season One (six years ago) includes deboning a rabbit, trying weird beauty products, attempting to make Pinterest Christmas crafts, visiting several haunted bridges, and making 18th century foods.
I am partial to the Season Two guided Bigfoot hunt in El Reno, Oklahoma.
posted by TrishaU at 11:54 PM on February 11

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