In case you had any doubt that Internet star Tyler Oakley had an epic 2014, here is the irrefutable proof that it was absolutely, completely amazing.

The YouTube star just uploaded a video titled "100 Things I Did in 2014." In the nearly five-minute-long clip, Tyler lists all the cool things that happened to him in the past 12 months, starting right at the beginning with the recap he did of 2013!

Here's just a small taste of the vlogger's great year: "PBS did a documentary about me called 'Generation Like,' I told you whether or not size actually matters, hosted a Grammy live stream, taught you all about Shanghai and Dubai, hosted Fifth Harmony's Barbie launch" -- and that's just in the first 16 seconds!

One of the vlogger's proudest moments? When his fans and followers raised half a million dollars for the Trevor Project, which is focused on suicide prevention among LGBT youth. One highlight that didn't make his list but should have: Oakley recently landed at No. 9 person on DoSomething.org’s Celebs Gone Good list for 2014.

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