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In the YouTube video "Ludwig | Cold Ones", Ludwig discusses his addiction to vaping and how he eventually quit for health reasons. He talks about his previous job at a vape company and how he has competed in drinking contests. Ludwig also discloses that he was fired from multiple jobs and how streaming full-time saved him.

  • 00:00:00 Ludwig is a Californian who used to be a Twitch streamer, and now makes YouTube gaming commentary, reaction, and variety content. He has been fired from several jobs, but has a good reason for each one.
  • 00:05:00 The YouTube video "Ludwig | Cold Ones" follows a man named Ludwig as he tells the story of how he became addicted to vaping and then quit due to health concerns. Ludwig talks about his previous job at a vape company and his idea of creating a monthly plan where users would reduce their nicotine intake over the course of a year. He also talks about how he has competed in drinking contests and believes that Chad Wolf remains the best at drinking fast.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses Ludwig, a Cold Ones creator who is gay and keen to edit any videos he wants. One of his fans, Prezzo, asks him to edit a video of Doja Cats, which Ludwig does quickly and with good results. Ludwig then talks about how he got fired from multiple jobs and how streaming full-time saved him. He discloses that he made 1.3 million from streaming in total, which goes to charity.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses a decently frequent wet dreamer, Ludwig, and how he has changed his approach to YouTube after dropping the amount of subs he gets from viewers. Ludwig discusses how he would like to live in a glass box where he is filmed every angle for a week, with the donations keeping going. He also discusses a funny Australian accent he uses.
  • 00:20:00 Ludwig discusses how he was able to get an interview with Susan G. Komen for their "No Greater Love" campaign, as well as the inconsistencies in her social media accounts. He also talks about some of the alcohol content in his upcoming video.
  • 00:25:00 In this video, Ludwig, a demonetized YouTube personality, demonstrates how to correctly answer a question from one of his own shows. The question is about a game that became the first competitive Esports with a price for winning, and the answer is 1972. Ludwig goes on to say that the name of the company that made the game, "Nintendo," is also the answer to a different question. The second question is about a player who charged a fan causing a massive fight, and the answer is that this player was charged by the Buffalo Bills. The third question is about a toy company, Mattel, and the first six digits of pi are 3.1415. The fourth question is about a NFL team, the Falcons, and the city where Ludwig van Beethoven was born is Bond Germany. The final question is about a box that is undefeated and has over 41 million followers, and the answer is that the box is from Munich, Germany.
  • 00:30:00 In this video, Dr. K discusses how he uses his skills as a therapist to help people overcome their emotional issues. Jake Paul, Floyd Mayweather, and Ludwig discuss various topics, with Jake Paul revealing he once called himself the zany sidekick. Chad discusses a fan who gave him a Skins condom at TwitchCon 2019.
  • 00:35:00 Ludwig, a 16-year-old boy, talks about the time he "changed his voice" and made a joke out of it with a voice he knows, Dr. K. He regrets that he gave attention to an inactive and dead "log wig" on Twitter.
  • 00:40:00 Ludwig is a character in Super Smash Bros. Melee who is known for his Crown ability. His crown is one of his specials, and he also has a skin called "Jigglypuff" which makes her look like a Jigglypuff with a bowl of cereal on her head. Ludwig has been bullied and peer pressured frequently due to his large size, and he has disclosed a lot of personal information on his streams.
  • 00:45:00 Ludwig discusses his upcoming Smash Bros tournament and chess boxing event, as well as his recent switch to YouTube. He says that YouTube has been helpful in setting up interviews and helping with the development of his dev team. He is excited to see what the future holds for the video platform.
  • 00:50:00 Ludwig discusses drinking and racism with his viewers. He says that he will never stop drinking, and urges them to support his Patreon account where they can find more content. The extended cart on Ludwig's Patreon page includes a lot of racist content that was not able to be included in the YouTube video.

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