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‘Dream Daddy’: it’s freakin’ everywhere. The Game Grumps-supported dad dating simulator has taken Steam and the world- by storm. You’ve played it, you’ve seen your favourite YouTubers play it; and by now, you’re probably pretty sure you know which of the seven Daddies is truly the one for you. But are you  really  sure?

The only way to truly know if either Brian, Hugo, Mat or the mysterious Robert is the daddy for you is to gauge it on your YouTube tastes. Don’t question it the test below is foolproof.

There’s a lot of Youtubers missing for example, they had Logan Paul in the prank section but he is know as a vloger. They also didn’t include the biggest Youtuber on YouTube which is pewdiepie who should have been under gamer and the vlogers they made you choose from aren’t even all vloggers plus they are missing a few singers such as Rudy, roomie, and more some of the comedy ones are missing too overall they used youtubers that not everyone watches instead of using the bigger names to fill up the ones that get under 2million views.

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Could you plz add Danielle Bregolli’s outfits??I really like her style and I wish to know where to buy the exact same thing…

Well, nothing, apparently. But that’s not what some fans thought when Alfie, 22, posted a solo selfie to Instagram yesterday.

For some reason, they’d decided the fact that Alfie was posing alone meant that he and Zoella – real name Zoe Sugg – have ended their relationship. Er.

So why did this speculation come about? We mean, it’s not exactly the first time that Alfie has posted a photo of himself without his girlfriend.

Tyler Oakley who clearly knows that the Christmas season is all about friendship has taken to defending best friend Zoella from a random 16-year-old on Tumblr.

It all began when Tumblr user Kaleidanscope decided to post a vicious critique of Zoella’s record-breaking novel in a Tumblr post.

16-year-old fanfiction writer Lauren who appears to enjoy Dan and Phil fanfic decided, for whatever reason, to pen a 3,503 word essay detailing all the “wrong things” in the first chapter of Zoella’s Girl Online after Zoella released the first chapter for free on her Facebook page.

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‘Dream Daddy’: it’s freakin’ everywhere. The Game Grumps-supported dad dating simulator has taken Steam and the world- by storm. You’ve played it, you’ve seen your favourite YouTubers play it; and by now, you’re probably pretty sure you know which of the seven Daddies is truly the one for you. But are you  really  sure?

The only way to truly know if either Brian, Hugo, Mat or the mysterious Robert is the daddy for you is to gauge it on your YouTube tastes. Don’t question it the test below is foolproof.

There’s a lot of Youtubers missing for example, they had Logan Paul in the prank section but he is know as a vloger. They also didn’t include the biggest Youtuber on YouTube which is pewdiepie who should have been under gamer and the vlogers they made you choose from aren’t even all vloggers plus they are missing a few singers such as Rudy, roomie, and more some of the comedy ones are missing too overall they used youtubers that not everyone watches instead of using the bigger names to fill up the ones that get under 2million views.

Zoe Elizabeth Sugg (born 28 March 1990) [2] is an English fashion and beauty vlogger , YouTuber , and author. She is best known by her YouTube username Zoella. Her debut novel , Girl Online , was released in November 2014 and broke the record for highest first-week sales of a first-time novelist since Nielsen BookScan began compiling such records in 1998. [3]

Sugg is the older sister of Joe Sugg , who is also a vlogger and internet personality known on YouTube as ThatcherJoe. [4] She grew up in Lacock, Wiltshire , where she attended The Corsham School secondary school and arts college , and currently lives in Brighton. [1] [4] [5] [6]

Sugg was working as an apprentice at an interior design company when she created her blog, "Zoella", in February 2009. [1] [6] By the end of the year it had a thousand followers and as of September 2015 [update] it has received over 540 million total visits. [1] [6] [7] The fashion, beauty and lifestyle blog expanded into a YouTube channel in 2009, while Sugg was working for British clothing retailer New Look. [6] [8]