Last LiveChat in Korea in 2013!40 COMMENTS
AWW HELL! YouTube did it again! We did what we were told to do, and it still died. But we noticed that it died at the 30 minute mark or so, which is roughly where our last LiveChat died as well. I’m thinking this is a new bug YouTube has, maybe?
BUT WE WON’T BE DETERRED! We decided to keep on filming, but we couldn’t do it live, unfortunately. We just didn’t edit it. WE MUST OPEN THE PACKAGE! ARGH!
So, we filmed this on our camera and uploaded it as its own video. We’d feel terrible if we didn’t open the rest of the package, and we’re so upset that YouTube keeps on crapping out on us. Ah! We’re really sorry, guise. So, here’s part 2!
We’re actually thinking that, hey, maybe we should do this with the rest of the packages before we go back to Canada. We’re going to be gone from the 18th of December to the 10th of January, and then we’ll be heading somewhere else in January, so we won’t be filming anything proper in the studio until February. That’d kinda suck to leave the boxes there for so long. Why don’t we film a bunch of separate videos for each box? By February, YouTube should have its LiveStream stuff settled, no? But, wait – I’m sure we’ll do a LiveStream in Canada, won’t we? Or can the internet handle it? I’m not sure! Ah! We haven’t planned much for Canada apart from a few random videos we had in mind. Hmm.
Thanks to Ken and Paula for the awesome package. It was a lot of fun, and felt like Christmas with us opening a lot of different toys. That whirly balloon stick is utterly mesmerizing. And the ziplock bags! SO EPIC! Though they weren’t the main point of the package, WOW!
Ok, back to work for us! We’ve got a lot we want to film before Canada, so we’re getting back to it. It’s our Last weekend with Leigh and Soo Zee, so we’ve got to get as much done with them as possible while we still can. GOGOGO!