I’d been toying with the idea to make a You Tube channel connected to this blog for ages. I even borrowed one of my Mam’s Canon cameras to shoot the thing, and downloaded Windows Movie Maker (gotta get the basics) to my laptop to edit the footage. But I was still scared.
Who’d even watch it? I have a Snapchat for my blog, and it’s not very popular. Would You Tube be the exact same? Would people tune in to watch me talk crap on video as well as put up with me here?
Hello Coupley Coupleson
You may remember us. We’re “sad Tara” who sat in the corner on her own texting the night you held a dinner party. We’re “lonely Kevin”, who couldn’t take part in the chat (banter) down the pub last Friday because he doesn’t have a Significant Other.
We may be these people. But we are more than that. And we want to remind you of a few things. We’ve gathered on YikYak, forum websites and Twitter, and I’ve been nominated to tell our story. I apologise in advance.
I recently found a video online of two lads from Dublin sat in their kitchen discussing the emigration culture in Ireland at the moment. Two of their good friends had upped sticks to Canada and Australia in the time around this video was shot, so it was clearly a hot topic for them both.
Now, I myself am part of that same emigration culture, despite only popping over the puddle for what could end up being just a year. I’ve got some things to say from having watched it though. Armed with what I learned in Analysing Media classes in my second year of undergrad, I’m going in. And I’m not holding back.
With the advent of online dating, as well as dating show First Dates, it’s getting easier by the day to go on a first date with someone you’ve never met before. But what if that first date led you straight up the aisle?
As award season kicked off with the Irish Film and Television Awards, there was really only one reason I was watching the ceremony- the dresses. I wanted to give my opinion on what they wore, but since I look like I got dressed in the dark most days I figured I needed help. So, I recruited Chloe, a friend of mine who runs Very Lovely Stuff to give some help.
Hi! I’m Chloe, a 19 year old student who blogs over at http://verylovelystuff.blogspot.ie/. I’m big into beauty & fashion, and so Aoife asked me to join her in rating & slating the stars at the IFTAs. You can tweet me at @_ChloePower_ to let me know what you think of my comments.
Now that we all know each other, let’s get down to the serious business.