“People love this video. It’s a sign of our times, where people are entertained by the ordinary and do not want anything with any substance,” Tony Mathis, a YouTube content manager revealed.
Lars Hendrickson, 21, uploaded the video two years ago and gets an income of $14.2 million per year for the ten hour YouTube masterpiece.
“My next projects are carrots, a single grape and half eaten tomato,” Hendrickson said from his Stockholm luxury apartment.
The potato’s fan base has risen now to over 260 million subscribers, which is a record for any vegetable.