This is actually really sad. It's like him straight-up admitting his Garfield obsession is an attempt to dip into the nostalgic achievement he had as a child finishing something he loved as an attempt at finding fulfillment now as an adult. Has Quinton ever heard of the famous verse: "When I was a child, I spoke like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child; when I became an adult, I put an end to childish ways"? If you want to find happiness and fulfillment as an adult, you don't seek out what you did as a child. That's just regression. The irony just seems now like a way to deflect from that fact. What a sad, sad man.I'm glad you ask fellow average kiwi. We already got an answer to that back in May 22 and you can hear the man himself say it in his My Garfield Vacation video.
In case you are to lazy to click, is because his father printed him every Garfield strip ever instead of buying a fucking collection.
Also, in the upcoming Lost Plushie video he expands on how ironic he truly is with it.
He does like Garfield a lot due to nostalgia and has an autistic level of knowledge on it. Garfield is pretty much the best he has left as a Youtube personality because is a largely ironic community and he is the only one that aims for a historic approach.