Dan & Phil Part 93: Fomosexual

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Has anyone heard if Phil is doing a liveshow today? I hope so, I'm rarely in for them live anymore
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I love Phil. He wasn’t feeling well so he doesn’t know if he’ll stay up for the Oscars but he was still lovely during the ls.
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Goddamit I went for a shower and missed the message/his tweet about his live show, ah well at least it's already uploaded so will catch up on it tomorrow :)
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Dan’s tweet just seems like a random relatable tweet to me and doesn’t seem to be about tonight but maybe I’m wrong? The wording just doesn’t work for it to be in present tense
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Amiaw wrote: Sun Feb 09, 2020 10:37 pm Dan’s tweet just seems like a random relatable tweet to me and doesn’t seem to be about tonight but maybe I’m wrong? The wording just doesn’t work for it to be in present tense
Phil was saying in his liveshow that he wasn't feeling well and didn't want to infect anyone, and the usual peeps who come over for oscars night are unable to because of being sick (and something else I've forgotten already), so I can't imagine it would be tonight based on that alone. And while they're not great about being subtle, if they want to keep up appearances they do at least try not to contradict each other that drastically lol.
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Liveshow is already up!



Also, Dan liked this tweet from Tyler and...... I guess we can at least confirm that Phil is polite and goes to get Dan something to clean up with before he passes out?
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alittledizzy wrote: Mon Feb 10, 2020 1:02 am
Also, Dan liked this tweet from Tyler and...... I guess we can at least confirm that Phil is polite and goes to get Dan something to clean up with before he passes out?
I could have happily gone my whole life without acknowledging that tweet exists. :yuck:
And if Phil's, err, emissions look like that then he needs an antibiotic and quite possibly an exorcism stat.
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Sweet of him to do the liveshow despite his ailing voice. I hope he hasn't been burning the candle at both ends too much. Him wearing the glitch hoodie in the LS tonight made me wonder if we'll hear more about that theme at vidcon, I find it hard to believe the hoodie art was a one-off.

I did a quick Google about Bondi Rescue, (the show he said he somehow got sucked into watching loads of on YouTube) and it appears to feature a lot of shirtless men running around on the beach. You do you, Phil.

When he showed the rainbow bath bombs I knew the chat would end up being filled with "gay bath" (I never look at the chat but he brought it up himself this time). Just reminded me of the discussion on here recently about how Phil tends to brush over these things. Was a cute gift for Cornelia to buy him though.

^^ I saw that tweet like from Dan show up on my timeline earlier; it did amuse me. And people say some of Dan's tweets are extra, lol.

Speaking of Dan and Twitter, I know lack of punctuation/formatting is like his thing but god I had to read his board game tweet 3 times just to understand the syntax.
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I had to rewatch the liveshow because I missed part of it and since for once I wasn't doing a rewatch while working... I decided to go old school and do some excessive timestamps! Typo riddled, I'm sure, because I can't be bothered to proof.

1:05 - Phil's losing it. His voice. He has a sore throat, a traveling cold. His nose spray worked but was an uno reverse card on the cold and it attacked his larynx.
2:00 - He talks about the big storm in the UK. Apparently this time, there was an actual storm that hit the whole country some how.
2:40 - He thought he saw a squirrel fly past the window, but it may have been a bird. It may also have been a super-squirrel. Phil is unsure.
3:08 - If your name is Kara, Kira, Kiara, or Kaira, this is your moment to shine. He says them all multiple times.
3:42 - First emphatic "oof!" of the liveshow. Should we keep count? We'll keep count.
4:02 - He has not been outside all day. He didn't want to infect anyone or get blown away. Like the Wizard of Oz. No wait, he didn't get blown away. Like Dorothy. He didn't want to get Dorothied into the sky. Chat approves him and declares it a smart choice.
4:27 - He got a cold because he ventured out into places with germs. He went bowling in Watford and injured his leg. He tried to do a trick slide shot and twisted his leg. He can't fully bend it or the back of his knee hurts. He can walk normally with pain or walk pain-free with a limp, so he's hobbling. If it's not better in a week he'll go to the doctor. (It didn't hurt at the time, but it did the next morning.)
6:00 - He didn't win. That was the true shame. A seven year old beat him. "Bowling skills." He was better at bowling when he was seven.
6:19 - He's not feeling well and they aren't having an Oscar party because one friend's train got canceled and the other has the flu so he may not watch it. "If there's not a party, is there any point in watching it until five in the morning?"
6:45 - His bowling score was 131 for his first game. Second was 93.
7:02 - He had a terrible night's sleep because of the storm. It was like doing an escape room to try and stop the noise. If he closed the window it whistled, if he opened the window all the doors in the house started banging, so he had to do a prop system where he opened the window and opened the door and it wasn't working.
7:25 - Everything slammed and scared him and he had adrenaline.
7:30 - Mini golf was the second birthday excursion and it was a surprise. It was an 18+ mini golf bar. There were nine holes and he came in second. Five or six people were playing.
8:08 - He's had a lot of practice because the Lesters love a mini golf. They do at least two mini golfs every time they are in Florida.
8:22 - He describes the mini golf thing and goes into a tangent about London pop ups that are things he used to like but adding extra stuff.
8:39 - He went to something called Flight Club in Victoria. It's darts but a tv screen does your score and you can order food and get a little booth. He did that with his family and he's rubbish at darts but it didn't matter because it wasn't about the darts it was about the ~communal experience.
8:57 - He's enjoying all the start ups that are just like, lets make a sport and add food. There's always food involved.
9:39 - Phil proposes that they add mini golf into the Olympics.
9:45 - He hopes Parasite or 1917 win the Oscars. He might watch Jojo Rabbit this evening.
10:02 - If he tries to watch the Oscars he'd need a redbull after two hours because his cough medicine makes him drowsy.
10:29 - He declares his birthday tour is over. "I feel like I really milked it this year. I mean... I always milk it." He had four outings.
10:56 - He is like birthday dad from Bojack.
11:18 - He'll be full of a new immune system by Vidcon time.
11:32 - NORMAN CAM! :betta:
12:10 - This commences about two minutes of people declaring love for Norman, proposing marriage to Norman, praising Norman's beauty, offering to change their sexuality for Norman. Phil approves. One person wants to eat Norman. Phil does not approve.
13:22 - Talks about the arcade at the bowling place and the tickets he keeps finding. "Wasted potential." They were collaborating for the seven year old to get a prize. He waves his Old Man Cane at the arcade for the gameplay time vs ticket value.
14:15 - He clarifies he wasn't just hanging out with a seven year old, his friend has a seven year old. "Yeah, I've got friends that have children. That's terrifying! Seven year old children."
14:36 - They got 1100 tickets and let her pick whatever she wanted from the prize selection. She traded all of the tickets for 47 packs of Fizzy Astro Belts. She had over 100 sour laces. "That is such a Phil thing to do."
15:47 - News Story of the Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeek
16:08 - Brief aside for Phil to test his vocal range.
16:20 - News story: dog called Finley breaks world record for stuffing the most tennis balls in its mouth.
18:44 - All the letters he gets are safely stored in the office in various drawers. There are lots of drawers of letters since he used to have a PO Box and never wanted to get rid of them. [This is the first time he's officially referenced them having an office, right?]
19:30 - He likes for shows to all be out before he watches them. He's not a week to week kind of guy.
19:45 - Room reflection in the glass.
20:41 - He had quite a sick day yesterday because he couldn't speak. He went on a google deep dive and ended up watching clips of Bondi Beach Rescue. [Upon a cursory google, this is not a mystery. Put your dick away, Phil.]
21:36 - Insects are an amazing spiral;
22:19 - Conspiracies are a popular spiral just when you're going to sleep. "What did happen to all those people on that mountain?" [Is he referencing Dyatlov Pass? Because I'm pretty sure Dan has talked about that one before.]
22:23 - Phil makes plans to look at videos of ferrets being taken on walks before he goes to sleep.
23:00 - They showed birthing videos at his school and he thinks it's a good form of making people not want to have kids at sixteen. Phil says it was traumatizing. Then says it is the wonder of life. But very graphic.
24:01 - The last comment mentions the wikipedia game which Phil immediately decides he should play without at all considering that deciding he should play means that he has to play.
24:36 - Phil talks very slowly to distract us while he makes sure we can't see anything but wikipedia on his screen.
25:15 - It is decided that the game will involve trying to get from the wikipedia page for Dogs to the wikipedia page for Phil Lester.
25:31 - Realization that this means he actually has to do this by himself sets in.
26:27 - He decides on a tactic: to try and get to his home town of Rawtenstall in order to get to himself.
28:00 - Redirects to try to get to BBC/Radio 1, and then finds himself.
28:57 - He takes a moment to admire the picture of himself on his wikipedia page.
29:30 - The Lion King is his favorite Disney movie soundtrack.
29:47 - Hint for his next video - he's filming it on Tuesday. It's one of those he's gonna film and then see what happens, so he's not going to give too many hints.
30:28 - He #spons an AP shop sale.
30:58 - He uses his pocket mirror all the time to check for eyelashes, because he's one of those people that gets a million eyelashes in their eyes.
31:04 - He corrects the chat that it's not a spon if it's for himself. It's a promo, not a spon.
31:55 - He tries to help someone with their econ homework and goes entirely blank then throws it to the chat.
31:19 - He got more presents because he saw his brother and Cornelia. Cornelia got him some rainbow bath bombs that release a rainbow into the bath, and his brother got him The Book of Dust.
32:54 - "Everyone is just saying gay bath."
33:07 - His favorite Back to the Future film is the second one.
33:33 - He went to see an Egyptian exhibition. There were a lot of people there for a Wednesday afternoon, but he enjoyed it. The exhibits were on show before they get sent to a museum in Cairo.
34:32 - His week was very social to the point he destroyed his voice.
34:42 - He tried to watch The Irishman last night and fell asleep because he wasn't feeling well. He may finish it after the liveshow.
35:31 - His favorite Ghibli film is Howl's Moving Castle or Spirited Away. He has the box set of all of them but hasn't watched them all yet.
36:45 - He hopes the storm is quieter so he can get some sleep.
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I didn't watch the live show, but the timestamps (thanks!) made me curious about this storm. Apparently it's called Storm Ciara and is being called the "storm of the century" and is hitting Europe and the UK. It's a "extratropical cyclone" and it's the reason a British Airways flight this weekend broke the record for the fastest flight between NYC and London, coming in an hour or so ahead of schedule! Anyway, I guess Phil's not exaggerating.
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Dan’s liking Oscar tweets in real time so I guess they (at least he) stayed up... too bad no classic viewing part pics.
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Here are my highlights from Phil's latest liveshow:
  • Phil talks about bowling recently:
    • [4:31] Phil recently went bowling in Watford, and he tells the story of the tweet below. Basically, he hurt his leg trying to do a trick shot that involved him sliding his leg up into the air. He went with some friends and their seven year-old daughter, and he lost to her.
    • [6:42] In the first game, he scored something like 131. In the second, he scored something like 93.
    • [13:21] At bowling, there was an arcade with games you can play to win tickets you can exchange for a prize. All of the adults gave their tickets to the seven year-old, but Phil has found several sets of tickets that he forgot to give to her. In total, the girl received 1100 tickets, and she exchanged them for 47 packs of fizzy Astro Belts.
  • Phil talks about the Oscars:
    • [6:13] Phil isn’t sure if he’s going to watch the Oscars happening after the liveshow. His and Dan's traditional party has been cancelled because he’s sick and a couple other friends couldn’t make it.
    • [9:43] Phil is hoping for Parasite or 1917 to win Best Picture. Phil hasn’t seen Jojo Rabbit, and he’s under the impression that Little Women, which he also hasn’t seen, has been snubbed (rather than Greta Gerwig for Best Director). :roll:
    • [34:34] Phil tried to watch The Irishman last night, but he fell asleep because he didn’t realize how long it was.
  • [7:02] Phil slept terribly last night because of a storm. If he closed the window, it whistled. If he opened it, all of the doors made noises instead. He tried propping open the window and opening the door, but that didn’t work. And it also caused “everything” to slam, which scared him.
  • [7:28] Phil talks about going mini golfing for his birthday, as previously shown on his Instagram Stories. The location was a surprise to Phil, and it was also a bar. Phil came in second place out of five.
  • [8:36] Phil talks about going to Flight Club Victoria, also as previously shown on his Instagram Stories.
  • [11:32] Phil shows us Norman Cam.
  • [15:47] NEWS STORY OF THE WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEK: A new world record was accidentally set. A dog called Finley was able to fit six tennis balls in his mouth. The record doesn’t count officially because there were no Guiness representatives present.
  • [18:41] Phil says that he keeps all the letters he’s ever received tucked away in various drawers in his office. He doesn’t want to get rid of any of them, and he’s thought about digitally archiving them. He gets nervous about the letters (specifically but also his other belongings) being burned up in a fire that he hypothetically accidentally sets.
  • [23:05] Phil was shown videos of human births in school, and he thinks it was an effective way of preventing teenage pregnancy.
  • [24:58] For the gaming segment this week, Phil is trying to find a path from Page A to Page B on Wikipedia. In this case, he’s trying to get from Dog to Phil Lester. He takes the path DogWestern EuropeEuropeKingdom of Great BritainLondonUnited KingdomBBCBBC Radio 1Phil Lester. Phil thinks his Wikipedia picture is alright and not super derpy.
  • [29:26] Phil’s favorite Disney movie soundtrack is that of The Lion King.
  • [29:39] Phil is filming his next video on Tuesday (unless he isn’t better by then), and it’s one of those where he’s just going to film it and see what happens.
  • [30:51] Phil likes his pocket mirror merch. He uses it all the time to check for eyelashes.
  • [32:17] Phil shows some additional gifts he got for his birthday. Cornelia got him some rainbow bath bombs, and Martyn got him The Book of Dust by Philip Pullman.
  • [33:30] Phil talks about going to the Tutankhamun London Exhibition, as previously seen on his Instagram Stories. Apparently, he went on Wednesday afternoon.
  • [35:27] Phil’s favorite Studio Ghibli film is Howl’s Moving Castle, but he also likes Spirited Away.
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I hadn’t understood that tweet until now. Great imagery there, thanks, Tyler.
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Okay pulling this from my own timestamps - Phil said the letters are stored 'in the office' - we've never seen an office. So what do you guys think? Is the office something they converted a previous space into? Or is it the second bedroom in their flat they live in? (We've seen the door, but nothing inside.) Also is it where Phil does his liveshows?
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alittledizzy wrote: Mon Feb 10, 2020 4:33 pm Okay pulling this from my own timestamps - Phil said the letters are stored 'in the office' - we've never seen an office. So what do you guys think? Is the office something they converted a previous space into? Or is it the second bedroom in their flat they live in? (We've seen the door, but nothing inside.) Also is it where Phil does his liveshows?
I’m team second apartment. They kept their old furniture there (their sets before the change) and when dan did the tour of the gaming room the closet was full of all of their filming stuff so it would make sense. Also, every time we see reflections like in Viewers pick my clothes or some of the baking it looked like their were things scattered around.
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When he said office, I thought he might be talking about the IRL offices. I have no idea how much space they have there, but maybe that's also a possibility?

On a different topic, I've been thinking about Dan's marathon quest. I know a few people who have trained for and run (or walked) marathons, and I'm very curious about what sort of training regimen he might be following. The approach I'm most familiar with for amateur (or completely new) runners is joining a running club or team that is specifically training for a marathon, usually in conjunction with running for a charity or cause. Those programs usually start meeting at the butt crack of dawn on a Saturday morning to run together on city streets once a week at least 4 to 6 months before the marathon, with the assumption that you will also run a few times on your own during the week, building up slowly in mileage until you are at least able to run 20+ miles a few times. I am trying to imagine Dan doing this. I suppose he could also have hired a private trainer, but running outdoors is pretty critical for marathon training, and a lot can go wrong in terms of injury or illness to interrupt training. It's also a good idea to run some 5Ks and half-marathons as part of your training. Anyway, there are lots of different approaches, but I just am very curious about his training regimen and hope he actually has one! I trained for and ran (very slowly) a half-marathon with a group years ago and it was a lot of fun to do it as part of a group; there's no way I would have stuck with it on my own. So for his sake, I hope he's training with someone or a group.
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I assumed Phil meant the gaming channel room and the desk drawers, but idk, just a theory.
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alittledizzy wrote: Mon Feb 10, 2020 4:33 pm Okay pulling this from my own timestamps - Phil said the letters are stored 'in the office' - we've never seen an office. So what do you guys think? Is the office something they converted a previous space into? Or is it the second bedroom in their flat they live in? (We've seen the door, but nothing inside.) Also is it where Phil does his liveshows?
Phil used to call their gaming room the office in their old flat, so maybe that?

See 14:25 for a discussion of what constitutes an office:
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By Phil’s definition pretty much any room in the gaming flat could be an office. In a way the gaming flat itself is his office.

I was surprised to hear Phil has kept all those fan letters and actually worries about losing them. That’s just incredibly sweet and genuine.
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Megancita75 wrote: Mon Feb 10, 2020 4:57 pm On a different topic, I've been thinking about Dan's marathon quest. I know a few people who have trained for and run (or walked) marathons, and I'm very curious about what sort of training regimen he might be following. The approach I'm most familiar with for amateur (or completely new) runners is joining a running club or team that is specifically training for a marathon, usually in conjunction with running for a charity or cause. Those programs usually start meeting at the butt crack of dawn on a Saturday morning to run together on city streets once a week at least 4 to 6 months before the marathon, with the assumption that you will also run a few times on your own during the week, building up slowly in mileage until you are at least able to run 20+ miles a few times. I am trying to imagine Dan doing this. I suppose he could also have hired a private trainer, but running outdoors is pretty critical for marathon training, and a lot can go wrong in terms of injury or illness to interrupt training. It's also a good idea to run some 5Ks and half-marathons as part of your training. Anyway, there are lots of different approaches, but I just am very curious about his training regimen and hope he actually has one! I trained for and ran (very slowly) a half-marathon with a group years ago and it was a lot of fun to do it as part of a group; there's no way I would have stuck with it on my own. So for his sake, I hope he's training with someone or a group.
When he did that talk about trying to run the first time around at vidcon, he noted that he didn't train enough/was unprepared and part of that factored into him pulling out. I think this time, and with the press he's already getting, he's probably more prepared and I would imagine he's probably working with a private group or personal trainer (or maybe even both). I'd be interested to see if we get a video out of this. I wonder if this is one of those blocks he feels the need to work through before anything else.
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Megancita75 wrote: Mon Feb 10, 2020 4:57 pm When he said office, I thought he might be talking about the IRL offices. I have no idea how much space they have there, but maybe that's also a possibility?

On a different topic, I've been thinking about Dan's marathon quest. I know a few people who have trained for and run (or walked) marathons, and I'm very curious about what sort of training regimen he might be following. The approach I'm most familiar with for amateur (or completely new) runners is joining a running club or team that is specifically training for a marathon, usually in conjunction with running for a charity or cause. Those programs usually start meeting at the butt crack of dawn on a Saturday morning to run together on city streets once a week at least 4 to 6 months before the marathon, with the assumption that you will also run a few times on your own during the week, building up slowly in mileage until you are at least able to run 20+ miles a few times. I am trying to imagine Dan doing this. I suppose he could also have hired a private trainer, but running outdoors is pretty critical for marathon training, and a lot can go wrong in terms of injury or illness to interrupt training. It's also a good idea to run some 5Ks and half-marathons as part of your training. Anyway, there are lots of different approaches, but I just am very curious about his training regimen and hope he actually has one! I trained for and ran (very slowly) a half-marathon with a group years ago and it was a lot of fun to do it as part of a group; there's no way I would have stuck with it on my own. So for his sake, I hope he's training with someone or a group.
The ironic(?) thing is that if he wanted advice on training he just need to turn to his brother—although Adrian is young, he’s a rather adept endurance athlete (like ultra marathons and vertical challenges on varied terrain on foot and bike etc.). But who in the world knows what their relationship is these days. I imagine he has other irl friends to give him advice, but he could always hit up Connor Franta too for insight.

Like you say, I think most people build up to it with various K runs or half-marathons. I suspect he has a private trainer, only because they’ve used ones before and he’s said with a trainer he’s more motivated. But if he’s not not hitting pavement and running outdoors and just training on a treadmill in a gym, then he’s gonna be in for a hard time. I’m still impressed about how under the radar they are able to keep around town these days. It seemed like in their old London pad they were always getting sighted, but these days even though he must be out and about to the gym or running you never see (that I’m aware of) posts from people who say “think I just saw Dan Howell jogging by me”.
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knq wrote: Mon Feb 10, 2020 5:57 pm
alittledizzy wrote: Mon Feb 10, 2020 4:33 pm Okay pulling this from my own timestamps - Phil said the letters are stored 'in the office' - we've never seen an office. So what do you guys think? Is the office something they converted a previous space into? Or is it the second bedroom in their flat they live in? (We've seen the door, but nothing inside.) Also is it where Phil does his liveshows?
Phil used to call their gaming room the office in their old flat, so maybe that?

See 14:25 for a discussion of what constitutes an office:
God they’re cute

By Phil’s definition pretty much any room in the gaming flat could be an office. In a way the gaming flat itself is his office.

I was surprised to hear Phil has kept all those fan letters and actually worries about losing them. That’s just incredibly sweet and genuine.
They have the big filing cabinet thing from the gaming room/office of their first London apartment in the glass closet (former dinof/current AP filming space) it can be seen in ‘Trying to Live My Truth’ when Dan tells himself “this ain’t Interstellar bitch!”. But yeah that whole second flat is technically an office.
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Thinking about this tweet and the future Phil could have had...
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Why am i still holding out hope for Dan i do not know. I miss how things used to be with liveshows from both of them and the gaming channel :/ II really was the end of an era. Anyway i was just wondering what other youtubers people have got into? Or is youtube slowly dying? I like jacksepticeye :) i find his personality so sweet, and rose and rosie are quite funny aswell.
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