Heres the thing. I’m a little nervous I might have came across the wrong way here. The bottom line of this video is that I’m jealous of how other people look and I’m curious of how there lives must differ to my own. In saying that I’m also trying to acknowledge that even hot guys do have insecurities that we may not think about.

Anyway I just wanted to make that know.

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22 COMMENTS

  1. First off, I'm new to the channel and absolutely love your videos! Secondly, to the point, I agree with everything you said. I was also really overweight and am now in the middle like you said. I'm hyper sensitive about my body and its lead to a lot of self-confidence issues. I also shared that same mentality that people with these "perfect" bodies must be self-confident and have no issues. I will admit I never understood naturally tiny guys wanting to be bigger or feeling insecure about it. Coming from an opposite problem, it took me a lot of time to wrap my head around that. At the end of the day I realized that everyone's dealing with their own baggage and perceived self-image problems regardless if they appear to have a perfect body.

    Again, love the videos and such a great channel 😊

  2. I just subscribed today via Joseph Birdsong. I have these thoughts all the time. As someone who also was once overweight I don't think I'll ever shed that chubby feeling no matter how fit or thin i may get. I wonder what it is like to not have body image anxieties or insecurities because it is such a huge part of my daily thinking. The idea of not being so suffocatingly aware of my body and how I look is like, the most freeing thought ever. Just like you said, I can never imagine being comfortable with my clothes off in front of a camera, let alone feeling confident. Like, it makes me angry that other people can have that much comfort in their own skin when I live with these issues every day despite efforts to improve them. It's nice to know I'm not alone in those thoughts. Thanks for the video 🙂

  3. This was a great video! I think you really hit the nail on the head. I am a HUGE fan of Jack Merridew, and growing up I shared with struggles of being TOO skinny. However, no one ever thinks that that's a problem, and when Jack made that video it made me realize I have reasons to feel insecure, that it's not a stupid irrationality and you again pointed it out that no matter what your body is that we all have insecurities. Thank you so much for this great video!!

  4. Absolutely relatable. What gets me down is that, yeah, I could work crazy hard and have an awesome body like those guys and watch what I eat (though not all of them have to do those things because genetics), but the thing that goes through my mind is that even if I got my body to look like theirs, I can't do the same thing to my face. I can't change my facial structure to look hot like Jack's or any of these other guys. That's the part that gets me hard. So, I work out and watch a bit of what I eat, but I still don't have a great body and I also know that, well, I don't have to put a tonne of effort into it because no matter how much work I put into it, I'll never look hot like those guys because face/genetics. So it's kind of freeing in a way? In a very depressing way? lol =)

  5. Totally, absolutely, positively relatable. Sadly I've always had body issues though theyostly began when I was 8 due to bullying for two years (I've ways been one of the bigger kids). Still overweight, working on healthiness with a balance of exercise and food, but I'm also a junk food junkie… soooo, learning a bit more discipline. Video make complete sense to me, though I want to say I believe you're very, very handsome. And before I forget – ElectraSnow followed you!!! Ahhh. Gorgeous, talented drag queen. Totally, absolutely, positively relatable. Sadly I've always had body issues though theyostly began when I was 8 due to bullying for two years (I've ways been one of the bigger kids). Still overweight, working on healthiness with a balance of exercise and food, but I'm also a junk food junkie… soooo, learning a bit more discipline. Video make complete sense to me, though I want to say I believe you're very, very handsome. And before I forget – ElectraSnow followed you!!! Ahhh. Gorgeous, talented drag queen whose also a small Youtuber and friends with Roland west (Roly / rolyungashaa) and Calum McSwiggan, two other somewhat small YouTubers you should check out if you haven't heard of them. They're amazing just like you.

  6. Liam what planet are you from.
    All these "posers" have to have something wrong with them to keep the PR going to feed their ego.
    If you invented a totally new disease tomorrow what are the odds that 90% of these people would be online or tweeting to say "OMG I have that"????.

  7. Liam; I _rarely go out in public (unless I have to) due to being grossly overweight / ashamed of how I look ;(  The fact that I'm also 60 y/o is bad enough when it comes to Ageism amongst Gays, but have no motivation nor anyone to care…

  8. I do not like how skinny I am and I always feel bad saying that because I know lots of people would trade places with me in a second. But it is my insecurity and my body issues I'm working to overcome.

    Great, entertaining video 🙂

  9. The key isn't to achieve the "perfect body", its simply to get to a point where you feel comfortable in your own skin and know that we're our own worst critics. There will always be someone out there who finds you attractive even when you yourself may not. Surrounding yourself with people who can appreciate your imperfections and insecurities helps, because in reality, everyone has their own.

  10. I don't like to talk about people in the 3rd person if I remember me correctly is jack the daddy trapped in a twink body. It's sometimes a huge difference between what people are and what they want… A great video to show people that even the "perfect" body persons have struggle like all the others.

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