yup ... instant declaration that you're an amateur. "Hey guys" (or "What's up, YouTube") followed by "I thought I'd make a video about..."
Many people say "I have always wanted...." to do something they wanted to do for about a month.
My niece who is in her mid 20s has unknown to any member of the family "always wanted to travel". She along with her current boyfriend have started traveled adventures. No mater what area is mentioned she says she they have always wanted to go there.
I have always wanted to hear a story like that. :-D
Unsurprisingly, my st00pid sister does a ton of that. When the last couple of episodes of Disney In Space came out, she suddenly rewrote her childhood so that she has "always been" a Star Wars fan.
(Funny, the way the rest of us remember it, she said I was a loser because I liked sci fi.)
How very Revenge of the Nerds of her...
1) "Figures, you like Star Wars now that it sucks."
2) "Now that Disney owns Star Wars they are gearing their movies to a more child like audience."
But yeah, if you take the retroactive lying out of the equation, Disney In Space is more her speed.
Two possibilities; The first, she is saying "I always liked that" and by "I always liked that" she means she has liked it since it has become popular or her husband likes it. The second possibility is she has always liked Star Wars but couldn't admit it because she didn't want to look like a geek/nerd/dweeb in front of her friends.
In either case steal her cookies when Mom isn't looking.
Over use of the phrase "here is what you need to know", here is what you need to know.
STOP, please fucking STOP.
TEXT CLIENT LINK: https://goo.gl/ZUQWZL
... and also ....
Better than the "Starship Troopers" movie's "Do you want to know more?"
From most sites it would be better phrased "here's what we want you to think"
That is exactly what I thought they were saying. That link still works, but the stories change.