SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 07:  Felix Lengyel "xQc" attends TwitchCon 2022 on October 07, 2022 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Robin L Marshall/Getty Images)
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Based on a video in Bon Appetit's "Back to Back" series, it seems like even basic cuisine proves to be a daunting challenge for Ninja. In the video, a seasoned chef tried to guide Ninja through the making of a sandwich, but Ninja ran into a couple embarrassing sticking points — like slicing a loaf of bread and pitting an avocado.
Ludwig once streamed his attempts at fixing his fridge’s ice machine in front of 80 thousand viewers. Only after his fellow streamer and partner, QTCinderella, suggested he approach the ice maker from the bottom rather than the top was he able to slide a knife sharpener into the ice machine and jiggle things loose.
People may assume an automatic payment of an electric bill will go through every time, but that wasn’t the case when xQc’s stream went dark on March 31, 2021. He tweeted after the incident, "Autopay was on, but my credit card limit is the same I had when I was 12, so sometimes it's empty and payment can't go through. Just Canadian bank stuff, move along."
Corpse Husband
Corpse Husband once accidentally terrified a teller at his bank by asking an ill-advised question: "What is your greatest fear?" Corpse explained that he was attempting to better himself and become more social with people, so he took to greeting strangers whenever he was out and about — but after a while, he turned to philosophical questions when small talk turned stale.
Former professional “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive” player, Michael "Shroud" Grzesiek nearly passed out on his desk at the end of an 18-hour “Rust” stream. As Shroud laid his forehead down in front of his keyboard, the Twitch chat filled with comments ranging from "Shroud ded" to "Shroud, go to bed."