Function: Proper noun
Etymology: Perhaps a blend of smack, smash, mosh and smush
Date: ca. 2002
1. Of or pertaining to the activities of Anthony Padilla and/or Ian Hecox (aka Smosh). See also Smosh.com. "Dude, I just saw the most coolest Smosh video on Smosh!"
2. The action of smoshing. To smosh. The act of making, viewing, and/or congregating around content with like-minded individuals. "Honey, I need to talk to you about our son Billy, he's spending all of his time smoshing and I am becoming quite concerned."
3. Really, really, really good. "How is that macaroni and cheese?" "It's smoshing!" Also in the negative: "She is so not smosh."
aka. Tony Padilla, Pat Anthony, And the Knee Puddy-ya, P. Antoine and A-Dizzle
b. 9/16/87 d.
Anthony Padilla is one half the duo known as Smosh. He is sometimes referred to as the taller or more handsome one. By all accounts, Padilla led a normal life until age 12 when a chance meeting with Ian Hecox took him down a dangerous path. Padilla is known for his agility and grace. In spite of his size, his t-shirt size is small. Padilla may be armed and was last seen in Sacramento, California.
Ian Andrew Hecox
aka. H. I. Andrews, Ian Anderson, Ian the Blade and I-Dog.
b. 11/30/87 d.
Ian Hecox is the other half of the duo known as Smosh. He is sometimes referred to as the shorter, smarter, more devious, dangerous and funnier one. Hecox has a genius level IQ which he rarely puts to good use. He is a serous body builder and a runner-up in the '98 Mr. Universe event. Hecox is wildly unpredictable and should not be approached. Though strangely coincidental, Hecox also wears a small t-shirt and was last seen in Carmichael, California in the company of his mother.
In 2013, he released his first full length album “In Real Life”. “In Real Life” contains 12 tracks of original music focusing on the theme of video game culture and features songs influenced by popular video games such as Minecraft, Mario Kart, and Call of Duty. “Take Back the Night”, a single off the 2013 album, debuted at #2 on Billboard's dance charts and remained on the chart for several weeks. TryHardNinja is also known to have collaborated with fellow YouTuber CaptainSparklez to produce music videos for “Take Back the Night”, “Revenge”, “TNT”, “Fallen Kingdom”, and “MineCraft Style” which collectively have garnered over 380 million views on YouTube. Additionally, CaptainSparklez is a featured vocal on two of TryHardNinja’s Minecraft inspired songs, “I Came to Dig” and “Get Off My Block”.
My online adventure started on August 29th, 2008 when I uploaded my first song about video games. It was called "Thank You Bungie" and it was a song about Halo 3. I actually purchased my Xbox360 the same day Halo 3 came out.
I became a Machinima Director on August 27th, 2010. In the first few months with Machinima I hit 3 million views.
I'm BrySi - the Video Game Song Guy. <3
Cosmopolitan magazine called her a comic to watch in 2014. She also appears in BoJack Horseman.
She is set to write and star in an upcoming The CW comedy, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.