Sounds like he may have originated from my neck of the woods,
‘Awayanbileyerheid’ is a fairly humorous response to someone ,
sort of like ,get lost your talking drivel (nonsense)
If you want to get an insight of the meaning , Google ‘ Parliamo Glasgow’ -;))
I don’t think there is anything wrong with watching YouTube golf instruction videos, if and only if you stick to one or two instructors. I personally like Matt Fisher and Danny Maude myself.
Funny story: I played golf with three guys I haven’t seen in person since about 2003 today. Anyway one of the guys I played with, reminded me of a video I watched on posture recently, with Danny Maude. Me as a low single figure handicap my arms look like / at address down the line. You want them like | or \ slightly on the latter. My posture sucks… and I shot 1 under on the back today.
There used to be a joke about the instructional articles in Golf Digest. It might still be there, I haven't subscribed in years. Anyway, every odd-numbered month, the lesson would be "fix your slice," but what they wouldn't tell you is that it'd cost you 10 yards. In even numbered months, they'd tell you how to gain 10 yards on your tee shot, but not tell you that it'd cause you to slice.
YouTube instruction is a bit like that. You'll get conflicting information that may or may not cancel out. Find someone reputable and get lessons for you not for some generic you.
If you need someone online to give you something to work on, and don't feel like spending the money for something quality like Evolvr (hey, money was tight when I took up golf, I understand), at least make a "My Swing" thread and try what ends up being suggested for you. The first time I did this, I was shocked at how someone could watch a few swings on video and give me good advice of what to practice that resulted in some improvement.