User:Stevo the Human
Just helping out and trying not to make a big mess. When I'm not trying to decipher Chris' pseudo-English, I'm usually making videos or playing Touhou and Genesis, SNES and PS1 games.
This user has Asperger's Syndrome and tries to take the Shine and Limelight away from True Autistics.
|Americunt: This user is an Americunt and refuses to use unnecessary vowels. Uncle Sam would be proud!|
This user is Roman Catholic and is not amused by the Cafeteria Catholicism of certain members.
This user is white and finds Chris's race relations embarrassing.
This user is STRAIGHT. The men like dykes and china while the women like pickles & balls. Unlike Chris, they don't mind da homos.
This user is a HUMONGOUS HAM and enjoys the fine art of MELODRAMA!
This user is taking it Easy. He/She has followed Chris-Chan's movements, but hasn't contributed to the trolling efforts.
This user transcribes videos, and has no doubt become insane from regular exposure to Chris's fail.
WIP ARTICLE: Chris and Acting
Most competent actors will put forth a great amount of effort into their profession. Performance artists spend endless hours practicing their performance repeatedly ad nauseam. Actors given complex roles would research the lifestyle of the character and muster their own rendition to become in front of a crowd or camera. Chris just wings any acting he tries in one try. If there's any flubbing or unintended moves or any error at all, it's all in the final cut. Clearly, Chris has never heard of filming multiple takes and picking out the best content for the final product.
(This will probably have the most elaboration by me, for I have a very deep interest in voice acting. Also, I needa vent about Chris' bad voice-acting.)
Just like live-action, Chris goes into voice acting with blind bravado, thinking that everything he does is infallible and will convince people the world over.
Impersonation is a specialty in acting, especially in voice-acting, that involves replicating or imitating another individual, real or fictional, usually for comedic purposes. Whenever Chris impersonates someone else, the imitation is usually straight-up inaccurate. With no change in voice to sound like the individual in mind,shoddy wardrobe design, and misinformation and failure to do research, Chris' "impersonations" come off as simply him being more annoying than usual. When he impersonated Divine from Pink Flamingos, he spoke simply in his regular voice, but with a higher pitch, a much higher pitch than Divine to boot. In one of his Flipnote Hatena animations, he impersonated several famous fictional characters, albeit crudely.
Chris' Videobooks also feature his voice acting talents whenever he reads off a line of dialogue in whatever comic he is showing on the camera.
There is his infamous impersonation of Donald Duck, which anyone who has heard it describes it as an auditory nightmare.
Is Chris an elaborate act?
Short answer: no, he's really that much of an incorrigible moron.