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|Real Name:||Joseph Garrett|
Stampylongnose was the first YouTube channel made by Joseph Garrett. It has a subscriber count of over 300,000. In 2012, he transitioned onto his current channel, Stampylonghead, however he reused it again in 2016 for his new vlogs and the newly-released Let's Talk videos.
This channel showcased the earliest of his videos. Having been created in 2006, personal university projects were posted as well as short vlogs and film.
The channel was mostly aimed at adults, thus featuring many Halo & shoot-em-up gameplay. Joseph created his second channel on 29 July 2011 as a 'side-channel' where he would post a separate series of Minecraft videos starting from scratch.
Having noticed a growing amount of children watching these videos, he slowly grew out of the habit of swearing and cursing. Since his main channel (stampylongnose) included swearing and cursing, he gradually transitioned to the newer, cleaner channel, where has stayed ever since.
His last video uploaded there is an Is It Worth It video about Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2.
In 2016, Stampy announced that his series on the MagicAnimalClub, Let's Talk, will be moved to the channel, making it the first series since 2012 to be released on the channel. Prior to the update, he deleted all of his inappropriate content and replaced them with playlists of MagicAnimalClub videos. Before the changes, Stampy's old videos were still online, but all of them were unlisted, which was intended by Stampy himself, to prevent children from watching them. He also released his vlogs in the channel as well. He also started a series of Behind The Scenes videos which focuses on planning things and showcasing some areas he used in his videos.
A series where Stampy tackles on different topics in each episode.
Is It Worth It?
A series where Stampy makes reviews of different adult games. Every video takes normally 5-10 minutes.
Another series where he releases videos about the best shots he had during gameplay in an episode from his side-channel.