Straight from the mind of Pewdiepie
This Book Loves You is a compilation of inspiring messages and sayings that are wonderfully illustrated.
PewDiePie offers sound counsel and insight that everybody may benefit from.
Who is Pewdiepie?
Known as the best individual YouTuber in the world, PewDiePie is a Swedish online sensation with over 111 million subscribers.
He is well recognized for his comedy and internet gaming commentary channel. He enjoyed drawing and playing video games as a youngster. His infatuation with video games intensified during his youth.
In 2010, Kjellberg created the “PewDiePie” YouTube channel. He used to publish Let’s Play scary and motion computer games. Over the next several seasons, his channel’s popularity grew significantly. On July 11, 2012, he hit a million subscribers.
His content style evolved over the years. He started to include vlogs, comedic clips, structured programs, and music movies. From December 29, 2014, until February 14, 2017, PewDiePie’s YouTube channel was the most-watched.
It is now the 24th most-watched and the 6th most-watched among those run by a single person. His channel has over 111 million members and has gotten over 27.4 billion views as of June 2021.
This Book Loves You Summary
PewDiePie’s This Book Loves You is a compilation of wonderfully drawn inspiring catchphrases to enjoy your life by.
Your life would become simpler, more amazing, and more gratifying if you implemented each one.
In the YouTube craze, PewDiePie has learned that he has a wealth of knowledge to share with the public, and he believes that the globe deserves to hear it.
He’s also upset by the repeated phrases and memes telling him to be nice, powerful, and optimistic that litter the Internet.
He got the notion to offer his knowledge and even out those obnoxious memes with his counsel after seeing a fan photo on Twitter.
One-liners flip statements on their heads by inserting a sarcastic pun and a visual. PewDiePie’s millions of fans will love the clever, tongue-in-cheek advice single lines and their colourful graphics.
A few may appear to be nasty, while others may offer genuinely helpful suggestions in This Book Loves You.
There is a lot of toilet humor and foul language. The harshest vulgarity is hidden behind drawings or signs while the content remains evident.
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Quotes from This Book Loves You (Pewdiepie)
“I must confess that I have never truly understood the purpose of quotes. If I had listened to half the things that I’m told online, I would not be here today. If I had listened to the internet, my life would have gone very wrong, very quickly.”Pewdiepie
Well, I would like to say something about the above quote. PewDiePie specifically asked us not to quote this line. But the irony is that it’s worth all the quotations.
“Never forget that you are beautiful compared to a fish. Life is all about perspective.”Pewdiepie
“Money can’t buy you happiness, but it buys all the things that you don’t have. Even friends.”Pewdiepie
Lessons learned from This Book Loves You
Since This Book Loves You is all about sarcastic quotes, there isn’t much moral in the story. But I have learned a few lessons from such quotes, and I would like to point them out now.
- “The more ducks you give, the more ducks you lose.” (Subtly putting the f-word up there. Well, that’s true though).
- “Running away from your problems won’t make you skinny.” (Let’s face it and pull out the bandage at once).
- “Things will always get worse.” (The more you think about the negative, the more it will come true. You can’t escape the inevitable. That’s why you need to guard yourself to face the worst and tackle with all the strength you have).
- “To fly, you must get rid of the things that weigh you down. That is why all your friends left you.” (Talking about toxic friends? Can’t deny his words though).
Conclusion of This Book Loves You Summary
If you love dark humor and high-end roasting, then This Book Loves You is just for you.
But I would especially recommend the book for young adults. Because many visuals are not appropriate for minors.
And if you are also annoyed with the cringy online motivational quotes, have a fun time reading them.