Happy Thursday to all! I am quite fond of YouTube, and I have recently been really into a channel called LAHWF.
LAHWF (Losing All Hope Was Freedom) is run by a man named Andrew Hales. Hales, with the help of his friends, performs social experiments and films them for his 531,000 subscribers. His videos range from holding people hands, to whispering “needy” things to people. He also has a video where he tells strangers corny jokes, which is great, because I sometimes do that!
All of his videos are really funny and awkward because no one knows how to react to the strange things he does. Basically, I have started living vicariously through Andrew Hales.
In other news, I got recognized for my blog by a stranger in Starbucks the other night. It was super exciting and was the second time I’ve been recognized by someone. #InternetFamous #OnMyWay
Also, tomorrow afternoon is an acoustic concert in Holcolm Gardens for Peace Week. I mentioned on Monday that it is Peace Week, and what sounds more ideal than listening to some tunes whilst sitting in the beautiful place that is Holcolm Gardens? Nothing, that’s what. The concert is from 3-5 p.m. Be there or be square.
Have a great end to the week and thanks for reading
Happy Monday everyone! Hopefully everyone is having a wonderful first day of classes. Before I recommend some music, how ’bout some quick music news! Have you heard that Destiny’s Child is getting back together? Heard of Justin Timberlake releasing new music? Both of these artists are back on the music scene after being quiet for several years. Hopefully their reappearances will not disappoint!
I am particularly excited about this Music Monday post because I am sharing with you the musical stylings of Alexis Carballido. Alexis is one of my dear friends, and she just happens to be an incredibly clever musician.
Alexis writes her own songs and makes mash-ups of other artists’s songs and posts them to her YouTube channel. All of the songs are kind of quirky and very clever and unique. She also plays guitar or ukelele in all of them, so yeah, she’s kind of a big deal. My absolute favorite of her songs is “The Awkward Song” because as I have mentioned before, I am a tad awkward. Here are a few of my faves, but be sure to check out the rest of her videos! Have a great week and thanks for reading
Happy Wednesday to all! Today is a glorious day because as of 8:48 this morning, I finished all of my finals! Yippie skippieeee!!! I only had one written exam for my anthropology class, and that was this morning. Other than that, I had many papers, a presentation, and art projects. The bulk of my finals work was due last week, so this week was not too stressful. Either way, I am very happy to be officially done for the semester!
I was originally supposed to stay until Saturday and dance at the Crossroads Classic basketball game with the rest of the dance team, but unfortunately we are no longer performing. I am going home on Friday now, so I suppose it will be nice to get home a little earlier than I expected. Speaking of nice things, I have some wonderful YouTube videos to share with you.
As you can probably tell from some of my other posts, I love YouTube. I recently started watching some videos by The Fine Brothers and they are all hilarious. They do a lot of different stuff on YouTube from full on television production-type videos to more simple, weekly videos. I have been watching their React series of videos in which they show kids, teens, or elders a video clip of some sort and then ask them questions about it. It might not sound too entertaining, but it is indeed hilarious! I have put some of my favorite videos down below. Good luck with the rest of finals, have a wonderful week, and thanks for reading
As you may have guessed from my previous post about DailyGrace, I love YouTube. I consistently watch several vloggers, and recently I have become obsessed with British YouTubers.
About a month ago, Tyler Oakley (one of the vloggers I watch), tweeted about doing a collaboration video with a channel called JacksGap. I love Tyler’s videos so I decided to check out this channel he was recommending. JacksGap is a YouTube channel run by Jack Harries, a 19-year-old British boy who started making videos in his gap year before college. As if that wasn’t enough to get me hooked, after watching a few of Jack’s videos, I quickly discovered he has a twin named Finn. Needless to say, I fell in love.
Jack’s videos are silly and fun and he is just so gosh darn charming! He often has his brother Finn (he is even more adorable than Jack, if that was even possible) in his videos, as well as some of his other friends or relatives who make YouTube videos. If you want some fun, goofy videos to watch, or if you just want to see attractive British boys talking to a camera, I would definitely recommend Jack’s videos! Through watching Jack’s videos I have discovered loads of other British YouTubers who I am obsessed with, but they will probably get a post to themselves another time. Here are a few of Jack’s videos! I hope you enjoy. Have a wonderful rest of the week and thanks for reading
Happy Wednesday to all! Today I would like to share a love of mine with you. This love is Grace Helbig. Grace Helbig is an American comedian and vlogger who puts videos on YouTube and MyDamnChannel Monday through Friday as part of her channel, DailyGrace. You might be asking yourself, what is a vlogger? Vloggers record videos on a consistent basis and post them on the internet. Once a vlogger reaches a certain number of subscribers, or consistent viewers of his or her videos, he or she is presented with the possibility of making a career out of vlogging. These video blogs can be about whatever the vlogger wants, and I think DailyGrace nails it every time! A relatively well known vlogger is Jenna Marbles, but personally I prefer DailyGrace over anyone on YouTube, any day of the week.
Grace has a different theme for each day of the week, which always keeps her videos interesting. Monday is just a random day where she talks about whatever she wants. On Tuesday, she hazes people by looking at past comments and making fun of people’s user names. It is officially on my bucket list to get hazed by her, but sadly it has yet to happen. Wednesday is for reviewing, whether it be a song, movie trailer, or book. On Thursdays she teaches you how to do something (it is always great when she cooks). Fridays are known as Sexy Friday where Grace uses her incredible awkwardness to talk about something not sexy at all, making for a really great time. She has 500 videos, so she has plenty of hilarious material. I linked her channel earlier in this post, but here is her Twitter (she has funny tweets), and Tumblr. If you enjoy laughing, you should definitely check her out. I will leave you with a few of her videos! I hope you enjoy DailyGrace as much as I do, and thanks for reading