A term to describe information in the sidebar of a YouTube
video. Although there are many people who claim created this term, it was made popular by YouTuber RayWilliamJohnson.
"I'll leave a link in the doobly doo." -Ray William Johnson
The information box beside a youtube video. Usually referred to as the sidebar. The term was pioneered by Craig Benzine, better know as wheezywaiter, and was subsequently adopted by the popular vlogging siblings the Vlog Brothers.
wheezywaiter: "One more thing that's completely unrelated to this video: There's a new episode of Platoon of Power Squadron. It's a web series that I'm in... Link in the Doobly Doo."
This term refers to the video description box on YouTube.
This box, which contains information about the video, links, and tags, used to be universally referred to as the "sidebar," since it often appeared beside videos, but Craig Benzine (Wheezy Waiter) started referring to it as the "doobly-doo."
Other YouTubers, such as John Green (part of the Vlogbrothers) and Dan Brown, started to also call the sidebar the "doobly-doo," using Wheezy Waiter's terminology (and crediting him in various comments and tweets). The term is now widely used on YouTube.
This definition is designed to correct and expand on the definition 'dooblydoo' (misspelled) currently on UD
For more information, the link's in the doobly-doo.
To vote for me, please click the link in the doobly-doo.
1. The word used to describe the description box of a youtube video : Used mostly by youtubers who are partners.
"Check out this site. Link in the Doobly Doo"
A term used to refer to the description bar underneath a youtube video. The term was created by the youtuber Wheezywaiter
in 2009 and gained a great deal of popularity, being adopted by many other famous youtubers, such as the vlogbrothers
guy 1: I put a link to your channel in the description bar.
guy 2: Where are you from, 2007? It's called the dooblydoo!
guy 1: The dooblydoo, you say...
The description section on most youtube videos.
Youtuber: All right thanks for watching guys, and the link is in the doobly-doo.
Formerly known as the description box on Youtube, the name comes from Dan Brown on his channel pogobat.
Those links will be in the dooblydoo, until next time, I'm Dan Brown
The side panel on a Youtube channel that the author refers to in the video. Contains Author's name, upload date, description of video, and any other info the author would like to share. Word used by Raywilliamjohnson from =3 and BreakingNYC frequently.
"I'll post the link in the little dooblydoo on the side."