Kadz12 Collab (YTP) Bill Wurtz - History of the entire World of Japan (20,000 Subscriber Collab Special)
History of japan mixed with history of the entire world, i guess by Bill Wurtz but it's my 20 Thousand Sub YTP Collab video. The new "HISTORY OF THE WORLD x HISTORY OF JAPAN" meme! THis is basically a Meme Collab YouTube Poop of Bill Wurtz's most popular history videos for my 20K Subscriber Special.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the collab and sent your entries for me to include! (There's too many people to name XD) All your entries were so good! Please LIKE the video and SUBSCRIBE for more if you enjoyed it! And thank you once more for 20000 subs! 😊
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▶︎ [YTP] Bill Wurtz meme "History of" Collab for 20K Subscribers
▶︎ history of the entire world YTP + history of japan YouTube Poop
▶︎ The entire history of the world and japan (YTP) Bill Wurtz
▶︎ 20 000 Subscriber Special - YTP / Meme Collaboration
▶︎ Thanks for 20K Subs! Bill Wurtz's History MEME
History of the entire world, i guess in 1 minute [YTP]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlfgCsZwsdI
History of the entire world, i guess but without Bill Wurtz's voice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QoA7MjeaT8
History of Japan but there's too much really good metal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srAJFUND9Bs
Name 10 things that aren't England: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qa3YWAem3lc
HISTORY OF BILL WURTZ YTPs!!! 20K SUBS SPECIAL COLLAB!!!
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