Aside from the content of Aurini’s video, notice his speaking method. The cadence, the (somewhat forced) baritone, the way he emphasizes words, the way he gives himself time to think. He takes longer to speak, and yet it’s somehow more engaging than Yahtzee. Maybe I’ll go into the theory, but for now understand that you can go a long way as a speaker simply by imitating Aulini.
Of course, Mike Rowe is still the king of masculine speaking:
I’d cut off my right foot to have his voice and speaking skills. Not hyperbole.