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Just trying out a new thing! A few people requested this so I hope you enjoy it. Too bad the painting turned out REAL WEIRD.
By request! Enjoy!
ENJOY ME TALK ABOUT THIS FOR WAY TOO LONG.
Edit: Fixed a minor editing flub!
It's like Christmas meets Murder, She Wrote. Kind of. Enjoy this VERY early access post!
Thanks for writing in, KAREN.
Edit*: I reuploaded this in an attempt to get around an unsuitable flag. If you'd like to relike and recomment on this video, I'd appreciate it. Sorry about that, everyone. -.-
Yes, I got salty. Enjoy. ;)
I absolutely loved this episode of Murder, She Wrote. Enjoy!
Just a note: This will only be early for about 12 hours - I am sorry it can't be more, but this week was kind of an anamoly for me. I had surgery and am behind on videos, so I need to get them out quickly. I hope you do enjoy this episode, though! Thank you for watching!
My second Halloween special - looking at R.L. Stine's "The Haunting Hour." ENJOY.
Escape From Horrorland, WOOT. It has Jeff Goldblum.
Yep. That happened.
The break at 7:20 is intentional so I can place an ad there later, it's not an editing mistake. ENJOY.
I love this show.
Update: Just a minor change to the intro, but if you want to re-leave a comment or a like on this new upload, feel free. <3
Further Update: Another couple minor changes, folks! It is not ready to go public tomorrow. Thanks for all the feedback!
Seriously. There's plants down there.
This episode is my favorite and you're about to see why.
First impressions and review of the new indie adventure game The Crimson Diamond! Major Laura Bow vibes. Excited.
A classic from LucasArts, made out of love and spite for Sierra puzzles.
Hi there! I will be doing a new Q and A sometime this week. Please leave your question in THIS comment section below.
Keep in mind that I typically do not answer yes or no questions, and please try to limit yourself to one so that I have time to cover everyone's. You know I tend to ramble. Thank you!
Early Access - ENJOY.
The much anticipated continuation.
Hello my lovelies and darklings, I hope all is well for you. I am writing this post to inform you that after a LOT of deliberation and brainstorming with some of my colleagues, I have decided to convert this page to a paid per creation campaign instead of a per month campaign. DO NOT PANIC. If you do not want your pledge to me to change, it does not have to; you can set a limit and I will absolutely understand. This page offers more instruction on how to just that: https://support.patreon.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002984506-How-do-I-set-a-monthly-max-to-my-membership-
The reward tiers will not change - if you are pledging 15 dollars for the postcards, you will still get them, etc. I aim to put out 2-3 videos a month; it will never go over 3 videos per month.
To further explain: The main reason I am making this switch is because I find I am not making enough money for the amount of work I put in. I got on the Patreon train VERY early, when it was still very new, and I chose monthly at the time because I was putting out way more content due to things like Let's Plays, so it felt more fair. Since I've rebranded and evolved how I create videos however, I feel like per video is more suited for me. For the sake of transparency, I always want to state that some of the money I make will go into getting therapy to treat my Body Dysmorphic Disorder. I've been in and out of therapy for the majority of my life to varying degrees of success, but have found recently that I am suffering more than usual and would like to look into better treatment options. Like I said, if you do not want to do per creation I understand; that is why there is a monthly limit option. But if you do want to support per creation, it will help me immensely. Either way, I appreciate your support SO much and will continue to do whatever it takes to better myself and my work.
I can guarantee you that the same amount of work and effort, hopefully even MORE so, will go into my videos. As always, I am very grateful for your support; it's been one of the main reasons I am able to focus on YouTube. And Murder, She Wrote. You can always expect more Murder, She Wrote. I will be converting this over in a few days, and the next video (Part 2 of the Magnum P.I. crossover) will go up within the week.
Thank you for reading. I love you in a very healthy creator-to-viewer way.
Shoulda been called Mustaches and Murder.
Enjoy the nostalgia.
Did I stutter?
Today I am discussing an episode of Lizzie McGuire where one of the main characters develops an "eating disorder."
Sorry everyone, this video WAS in the clear but got blocked again a few minutes ago. I am back to working on it. Sorry if you missed the early access on this one. :(
Early Access - no ads for $2 patrons. ENJOY THIS ABSURDITY.
I answered questions. ENJOY.
Hi everyone! I am sending out this post to let everyone know that I created a new reward tier. I never liked that my reward tiers went from $2, $5, then jumped straight to $15 without anything in between. After much thought I finally decided on a $10 reward tier to fill in that gap: I started a PUR Discord Server. I will be there in my spare time of course (when I am procrastinating on videos), and there will hopefully be many conversations about random stuff and things. I updated my page to include the tier so if you are interested in joining, feel free. If you're already pledging for a higher tier, you should already have access. The details for the tier are on my main profile: patreon.com/pushinguproses, and the post that has the server information is here (for $10+ patrons): https://www.patreon.com/posts/new-patreon-chat-24318000
Hope to see some of you there
This took forever. I hope you enjoy it.
*PLEASE NOTE: I might change this video before uploading it to my public account, still thinking. Wanted to make sure you guys get it early, so please save your thumbs up for later this week, hehe.
All is pipe.
Hi everyone, PushingUpRoses here and welcome to this post. I meant to do this a few weeks ago when the new year actually hit, but then I didn't. So I am doing it now.
This has been a wild year for me. A lot of ups and downs (mostly ups), especially for my YouTube channel and other creative endeavors. I reflect on it a lot because as some of you know, I never really saw myself doing what I am doing today. I always liked making people laugh, telling stories, and sharing common interests but I never had any interest in video production, nor did I even know what the fuck I was doing. Eight years ago I could barely align my audio with my video for simple let's play, and now I am doing full blown television retrospectives. What the hell is my life, even?
If you remember me from my time on Channel Awesome (Then known as That Guy with the Glasses while I was there from 2010-2012), then you MIGHT remember that I didn't always dabble solely in gaming content. I felt like I didn't have the editing chops to really do what I wanted so I stuck with gaming for awhile, and when I left and started my own YouTube channel I decided to keep with it. Adventure games in particular have always been a passion of mine, and my videos on them have done well. Some better than others of course, I can't force EVERYONE to like the Laura Bow Games (damn), but I never had any complaints.
A couple years ago I started feeling the fatigue of constantly covering computer games with diminishing returns. It's not that I was UNHAPPY, but I started to feel like I wanted to try other forms of media again, things I've always WANTED to do but didn't feel confident enough about. I made a few efforts; covered a couple movies, some TV stuff, but it didn't really take off so back into gaming I went. I began a Quest for Glory retrospective but after covering the second game I was feeling that fatigue again. They didn't pull the hits I was expecting, but more important than that: I wasn't having any fun.
I realize that this is my job and that it's not always going to be happy awesome fun times 24/7. Like any job or any creative project you put a lot of time and energy into, there are going to be stressful moments and difficult tasks. Can't always be a walk in the park. I do believe that there SHOULD be a feeling of satisfaction there, though, and for me, it was no longer present. I feel like I did the genre of adventure gaming justice, for now. Like, I NAILED this subject. NAILED IT. We are GOOD on adventure games. So over the summer I decided to try television again, and it took off. Not only do I LOVE doing these videos, but they reach so many people and the feedback has been amazing. This doesn't mean I will stop doing gaming altogether; I do have a Twitch stream where I still gush about them, but I do want to keep trying new things for YouTube because it has refueled my confidence meter. I've gotten more hits, subs, and comments that I ever have in the almost 9 years I've been doing this. It's been amazing and really, really good for my soul.
So I'ma keep doing that. Yep.
As for mental illness updates: It's been hard. I don't know why it's harder exactly; perhaps with the influx of new people also comes an over stimulation that I wasn't fully prepared for, and it doesn't help that I haven't found a new therapist since my previous one changed companies. My BDD (Body Dysmorphic Disorder) has been especially difficult to manage. I combat this with a lot of exposure techniques, but even then, it's been difficult to do even the most mundane of tasks. I've been able to work around this and do what is in my mental capacity so that I can keep a steady video flow going. Work has been slower going, but I try to keep in mind that as long as I am still doing SOMETHING, day by day, no matter how small, then I am still making progress. No matter where I am mentally, at least I am still here and I still WANT to be here, and that I've recovered from my previous desires to cut my life short. Even when I am in mental anguish, I know I still want to keep trying, so as long as I am still alive, I still have a chance to get better.
A few highlights beyond the new channel surge involve meeting new people that I really respect; a major highlight at the end of 2018 was being asked to participate in the Defunctland charity stream, and I became acquainted with Kevin Perjurer. I really admire and enjoy his work and I am THRILLED to know him. I also befriended The Dom from the channel of the same name, and am very grateful for all of his support, both towards me and my video work. This shit gets really hard and really lonely, so I am happy to be able to talk to other producers and feel like I have "coworkers", per se. When my channel recently hit 150k subs, I cannot even tell you how much it meant to me to see all of my friends and colleagues cheer me on and express their happiness. Really, really cool stuff.
I was also nominated for a Shorty award earlier in the year, and made it to the finals. I did not win. But I was very flattered that people thought I was worthy enough to vote for, and it was pretty damn exciting.
I should have won, though. (cough)
Right, let's consolidate all these thoughts, shall we? I finally feel excited about my channel again, I am not quitting on the gaming content but it WILL be less frequent, I met some cool-as-shit people, my BDD is bad but I am continually working towards bettering myself, and my bird is still fickle as fuck. I added that last thing because while it has nothing to do with anything I mentioned above, it IS true.
I want to thank you all for supporting, encouraging, and being there for me when I needed it. I look forward to continuing to make great work, despite myself and my mental illness, and hopefully I will continue to grow as a person and as a creator.
HELLO. Happy New Year.
I am thinking about doing another Q and A video, so if there were ever an appropriate time to ask me a question, this is it. I would prefer that the questions be on the serious side but I am not opposed to lighthearted ones as long as they aren't a basic yes or no. Leave your question here in the comments.
Hi everyone! This is on dailymotion at the moment because I am disputing a claim on youtube, hopefully that will clear and go public soon. In the meantime, here it is! Enjoy!
The password is:
Hey everyone, tomorrow I will be holding my Patreon Podcast for $5 patrons! My special guest will be Defunctland, who you can find here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVo63lbKHjC04KqYhwSZ_Pg
We will start at 5pm Central time! We'll be talking all things nostalgia (including MUPPETS!) and if we have time, we'll answer a few questions. If you have a question for either of us, leave a comment below. See you tomorrow! (12/21)
Watch out for the icy patch!
HELLO. I am trying something a little bit different tomorrow for our Patreon stream (the $5+ reward tier). I will be holding a live "podcast" with special guest The Dom: If you are not familiar with his work you can view it here! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPtiXdv7RoU8IkrJeNY73qw
This is still an experiment and I am framing it as a "real talk" type of podcast where we just talk about subjects very casually and informal like, and if we have time we'll do some Q and A. If you have a question for either myself or Dom, please leave one in this comment section. I prefer the questions to be serious and not throw away ones, if that makes sense.
If this goes well and people like it I will try to have more guests on. See you tomorrow. We'll begin at 5pm Central Time.
Not the Jeff Goldblum one. ENJOY.
Hello everyone - I am having issues again with claims on this episode, but so you guys can see this early I uploaded it to Vimeo as I work on getting it ready for YouTube. I am not fond of video but it's the only option I have at the moment. This video requires a password for viewing.
The password is: Charleston
Hey everyone, I am very sorry for the multiple posts. I just wanted to let you know that I was able to fix my issues with Viacom, (holy shit they are aggressive), and am able to upload this video for y'all to see. I hope you enjoy it because it was a shit ton of time and work, eh heh heh. It makes me wanna FART.
Yes, well. Anyway. Enjoy. :)
Butt Dance agaaaain
Answering all the important questions, I am. Enjoy this video where I compare The Brave Little Toaster novella to the movie!
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