Thomas performs a wide variety of sketches, pranks and songs in this comedy series of micro-chapters usually of 6 seconds of length each.
Did You Know?
For most of 2013, Thomas Sanders
did the Vines only for fun and not for profit. Especially in the first three months, he would experiment and experiment with the Vine app, releasing several episodes each day. The record of the highest number of "Sanders Shorts" in a single day is in May 11, 2013, when he released five episodes the same day (counting from midnight), but the average rate between April and June 2013 was of three episodes each day.
May 2013 also has the record of the highest number of episodes in a single month, with 86 episodes, followed by June 2013 with 66 episodes. It would be in July 2013 when he would slow himself down and set the goal of doing at least one Vine each day. He would fulfill this with rare occasional exceptions until he started focusing more on his YouTube activity in 2016, when the closure of Vine was announced, and more notably when Vine was actually shut down in January 2017.
From then on, releases started getting separated in time as a rule. Usually, though, there would be no more than three or four days between each release with exceptions, and he keeps his goal of releasing at least one short entry each and every day he's not working on a YouTube production or releasing it. To make up for the lower number of entries, he makes them longer, now that the 6-second time limit imposed by Vine is gone. See more
Spin-off Sanders Sides