Shane Dawson and Shanna Malcolm's Guide to YouTube Standards and Practices

Shane Dawson and Shanna Malcolm's Guide to YouTube Standards and Practices

  • Shane Dawson and Shanna Malcolm have taken YouTube by storm with their wild antics and outrageous stunts. It's not every YouTuber who kills off several characters in each video or rubs butter all over herself for a good laugh. But then again, should it be?

    Now, this dynamic duo is here to lay down the line about the YouTube community standards that govern content and find out just how well they've adhered to these standards and practices -- with many prime examples.

    Prepare for multiple grisly deaths, gross-out moments and extreme (quite possibly offensive) comedy.

    Need more? Watch Shane take the "You Don't Know Shane" trivia challenge on What's Trending!

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