George Owen Andrew (born: July 10, 1998), better known online as Memeulous, is a British YouTuber known for his commentary and lets play funny moments videos. Shortly after surpassing 1 million subscribers he became friends with Kyden Mahon from BretonBrosActing. Discussing why he named his channel “Memeulous”, he stated that he received the name by mixing 'meme' and 'fabulous' together. He is particularly known for his Club Penguin videos, in which he plays Club Penguin while providing a running commentary, sometimes in collaboration with other YouTubers. Other videos involving different games have been uploaded by Memeulous that follow the same format.
George was commonly known for his MLG parodies, which was what he started off his YouTube channel with. Two of his first videos, Harry Potter and the Noscoper's Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Memes , became very popular. Within 6 months, both received 2,300+ upvotes on Reddit. Over the next 10 months, he continued to upload montage parodies interspersed with gaming videos, but has since grown away from that; moving mostly into commentary.
He has a monthly series called Last Month This Happened (LMTH), in which he talks about what has happened on YouTube or the general internet over that last month. This was stolen from WillNE's popular series This Week On The Internet, in which he concludes what has happened on the internet that week. This is often treated as a joke on both channels. He also frequently collaborates with YouTubers such as Will (WillNE) and Joshy. Memeulous has a series in which he gives strangers money for comedic favours. In one video with his friend WillNE, Memeulous leaked his bank information and email address so the video was reuploaded due to an "editing mistake" he made.
As well as playing games such as Roblox and Club Penguin (and his LMTH series), Memeulous also makes videos in which he reacts to certain videos, photos and other material and/or discusses it. Often, he will discuss a certain topic and react to multiple videos and photos to do with said topic, sometimes joined by another YouTuber. This is often done over background footage of gameplay and rarely involves a face cam, although on the rare occasion that he does appear on-screen he wears sunglasses, a hat and a bandanna covering his nose and mouth, most probably to conceal his true identity. The same is true on his social media accounts, where all photos of him are either taken from the neck down or have his face concealed with sunglasses, a hat and a bandanna.
- 1 million subscribers: December 25, 2017
- 2 million subscribers: August 5, 2018
- 3 million subscribers: January 24, 2019