Rotten Cheese is an editor on YouTube who mainly edits any random sources he happens to come across. He was one of the editors in the collaborative channel TwoIdiotsEdit, before that channel was abandoned. He is one of the smaller, lesser known editing channels on YouTube. His style is more minimalistic than most other editors, mostly using more familiar sounds with some new ones from random sources he might stumble across. The reason for this is because he believes that it doesn't matter what the source is, as long as you can make it work.
In July 2013, he and his best friend created a collaborative channel called TwoIdiotsEdit, where they would work together on creating edits of their own after they got into editing. After only 8 videos, the second editor losing interest at the time, Cheese moving to another state, and the overall lack of progress, the channel was forgotten. The final few edits on the channel were made by RC by himself before the channel was indefinitely abandoned. Shortly after he created his own channel for editing on his own, originally called "BananaBread" for just a few days before being renamed "Rotten Cheese". He has been labelled as "The stinkiest milk-based product on YouTube". In his QnA video he reveals that despite what people think, his name was not inspired by SpoiledMilk970, but was just a name he thought up from the top of his head.
In October of 2016, Cheese moved back to his home state, where he and his friend decided to revive TwoIdiotsEdit. On August 19, 2017, the old channel made an unexpected return, uploading their first collaborative edit since November 2013 -- A complete remake of their first edit. The duo plan to upload as regularly as possible after they complete the upcoming "SpongeBob SquarePants Movie: EDITED" project. On 18th January 2018, Rotten Cheese's TwoIdiotsEdit colleague announced that the "SpongeBob SquarePants Movie: EDITED" project had been cancelled, due to the fact that Rotten Cheese's laptop had stopped working and there was no way to revive the project. He continued to say that they had spent 50+ hours on the project and that it had "so many good jokes." He said that the two now had time to work on smaller projects while they decide if the edit is worth remaking.