Does a person who signed-in or owns a YouTube account can already be considered a YouTuber or does it take a certain degree before someone be considered as one? I for one owns a YouTube account and I have signed-in my account for more than 5 years already, but still, I don’t consider myself as a legit YouTuber. For me, a rightful YouTuber is someone who has at least a couple of hundreds of subscribers, posts videos on a regular basis and the number of views of their videos are in thousands (if not in millions).
I have high regard and admiration to these group of internet geniuses. I am continuously boggled by the fact that these YouTubers were able to tap and has been consistent in tickling the interests of the video viewing public. I have yet to grasp and discover their seemingly elusive formula. And I’m clueless on how the hell they do it! Like a pathetic old fool, I have been doing YouTube but one video has yet to reach a thousand views!
Anyway, let me post the latest YouTube video that I did with the help of my officemate (Rey Ferrer) who introduced me to a new world of video editing. This video is about the recent company party that I organized. With the hardships and challenges of organizing a company party attended by 680 people, this video I suppose deserves to reach at least 680 views. Enjoy…
Kapag ang bidyong ito naging bayral, maanlilibre ako ng miryenda!
As soon as it was agreed that the theme of the company that I worked with was Retro 60s & 70s, I channeled on the personas of Billy Preston, the Jackson 5, Angela Davis, Jimmy Hendrix and the Supremes. I plumped into the idea of donning into the so called afro fashion which became a fad during the 70s.
Fortified with a deep thought as funneled by these iconic 70s Afro-American icons that “with right fashion passion everything would be aflame” this is how my retro-party-look ended up:
with malou domingo…
your clothes should be as important as your skin…
It was super fun dressing up for a retro party!
Ang sarap pumorpa mga repapips! Bukas susuotin ko ulit yan pag-pasok ko sa opis!
In the company that I am working for, Employees’ Night Party is held yearly. Instead of the annual Christmas Party as observed by other companies, we prefer to hold the party after the season has simmered down. It is because during the Santa Holiday Season out group of restaurants are the busiest entities in the metro. We are actually the servers in others’ Christmas Parties!
And after the busy service during Christmas season, we seem to be ready for a Halloween Party because everybody looks like a zombie by the end of the season. Nevertheless, during the kris kringle season, I would publish posters counting down the number of days prior to the day of the Employees’ Night so as to build up some excitement.
a collage of “countdown” posters i published in the office
Employees’ Night is held usually on the second or third week of January. And every year, a theme is appointed. This year’s theme is Retro 60s and 70s. The styles, fashion and music of the 60s and 70s era.
Every year my co-employees looks forward to our Employees’ Night. Almost all of employees would participate in donning in an outfit based on the party theme. I am just as excited as the rest of them. And to add more excitement, I created a cute video which features some of my co-employees who has lived during the cool 60s and awesome 70s…
Thank you peeps for submitting your cute cool retro photos! I love them all. Let show everyone how an awesome party should be done. See you at the party!