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I remember watching Game Grumps almost two years ago. I had always been a fan of Egoraptor (Metal Gear Awesome, anyone?), but I had never heard of this "JonTron" before.

I set out to look for the JonTron Show, and honestly, I was a little disappointed. The videos that I watched just weren't that great in my opinion.

That's when I judged the book by its cover.

He was absolutely hilarious in Game Grumps, and I was certainly sad about his departure and when he started to focus on his solo work. His videos were boring! Not funny!


Then a few months ago I decided to give one of his more recent videos a try. "Hey… that was actually funny…" I thought to myself, confused, knowing that once I've cast judgement I'm always right.

So I watched another, and another, and another! Turns out JonTron is hilarious and it was all spoiled by some of his earlier videos that I deemed were beneath me for not making me laugh enough.


Sorry JonTron. You're funny. I just marathon'd a ton of your videos last night with my brother.

Moral of the story. Don't be an Evan, and judge things before you give them a proper chance.


My question is: I know you've all done something similar (don't lie!), what are some shows/games/activities that you originally scoffed at, but have now changed your tune on?

If you don't want to talk about this, then feel free to talk about anything else!

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