I'd absolutely end up a low-tier artcow, i'm positive. Especially if i end up getting artbux on some kind of porn art patreon, which will probably happen sooner or later, since people make incredible amounts of money just for drawing a few cocks.
Internet fame by design makes it easier to attract individuals with poor social skills. Other endeavors like standup and music at least involve some level of interaction and direct feedback from an audience.It seems to me like this is a bit of a self-fulfilling prophecy. Hear me out: People who put themselves in the public sphere intentionally and repeatedly, especially those who began doing it when YouTube was merely a hobby and not something that paid a wage, are almost required to be some level of lolcow. The people who dislike or can't handle that level of attention tend to shrink away from it, or at the very least ignore it as best they can. Even Jim/Metokur is kind of like this, where if he gets too involved in gay shit he stops making videos and deletes his account.
It's definitely possible to become "internet famous" by accident, like Arduino Versus Evil did, but generally speaking we'd never become lolcows because none of us have had the inclination to go out and make asses of ourselves on the internet for fame in the first place. You can probably count the number of sane, uncontroversial e-celebs on one hand.
Breddy much exactly what I was going to say: if you are into playing music and or creative enough, ya gotta be autistic on some level.If "Musicow" was a thing, then I might end up there. I'd be in that low-ish level of lolcowdom.
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