My name is Liam. My hobbies include playing video games, creating YouTube videos, coding, playing golf, and collecting Funko POPs. See more about those below.
One of my favorite hobbies is playing video games. I have many consoles; here’s a list (the ones I use most are bolded):
- Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
- Game Boy (Broken)
- Game Boy Advance
- Nintendo 64
- Nintendo 3DS
- Nintendo Switch
- Sega Genesis
- Atari 2600 Flashback
- Xbox (Original)
- Xbox 360
- Xbox One
- Xbox Series X
Here is also a list of some of my favorites games:
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons
- Super Mario Odyssey
- Super Mario Maker 2
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
When I was little and first discovered YouTube, I decided there; when I’m older, I want to start a YouTube channel. Then, when I was 8 years old, I started my first private YouTube channel and called it LOLing with Liam. Not much ever came out of it, I mostly just uploaded whatever and shared it with my family. Then, in late December of 2020 when I was 10, we got our Cavachon (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Bichone Frise mix) dog, and I started my first public YouTube channel about her. Then, the first day of 2022, I published my now current channel which you probably know the name of from here – Tech and Cheese. I now focus on Tech and Cheese doing nightly Fortnite item shop videos and other mainly Fortnite videos, then do Penny’s Playhouse videos here and there.
There’s not too much to say about this one. After playing baseball for a bit and then quitting when we got to the pandemic, my brother started playing golf in a league our town had and I decided to join the season after.
When I was younger, I started asking my mom what the rights reserved symbol (®), the copyright symbol (©), and the trademark symbol (™) meant. Eventually, those questions turned into me for some reason loving logos, I don’t know why (this will make sense later in the story). Eventually in the summer of 2019, I started looking at POPs online. Eventually in late August of that year I came to my dad asking to let me buy the Kool-Aid Man POP!. It was an Ad Icon, which I saw similar to logos. He let me buy it, and I ended up throwing away the plastic and replacing the POP! because of that a bit later. Anyway, for Hanukkah that year I asked for a few POPs, and from there I just kept getting more. Fast forward to today, I have over 200, worth nearly $5,000, mainly collect Ad Icons and The Simpsons POPs, and just love collecting.