Internet puppets Mario and Fafa from Glove and Boots discuss the finer points of YouTube advertisements in the video, Your Ad Here. You may remember them from Evolution of the Hipster and 10 Reasons Why We Hate Facebook.
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NYC-based comedian Chescaleigh has created a parody of TLC’s “No Scrubs” that encourages people to avoid vertical videos and turn their phones before they start shooting. Previously we wrote about a similar PSA by Glove and Boots about Vertical Video Syndrome. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog and Mario of Glove and Boots both question and sing about the upcoming end of the world in their latest episode titled “It’s Okay! It’s Just Doomsday!”. Hang in there! Only two more days ’til doomsday! submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Glove and Boots puppets Fafa the Groundhog and Mario use their comical personalities to help explain the basics of YouTube copyright. The video also features Fred von Lohmann, senior copyright counsel at Google. You can learn even more on the YouTube Copyright Center. video via YouTubeHelp
There’s two speeds here in New York: move fast, or get out of the way. Johnny T. of Glove and Boots shares some helpful tips for tourists visiting New York City like what locations to visit, where to eat, and how to ask for directions. Rule number one: Get out of the way.
On a recent episode of Glove and Boots, Internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog and Mario talk about the different “Levels of Trolling.” In both fishing and internet trolling, something or someone is always being set up to take the bait. They even left a little trolling surprise at the end of the video.
Internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog and Mario of Glove and Boots recently tested out the Rotato Express electric peeler on potatoes, cucumbers, and even a can of beans. Previously, we wrote about Fafa and Mario’s product testing of the ShamWow and Slap Chop.
“If you see a Jets fan, you’ll be nice. You’ll say, ‘I’m sorry.’“ Glove and Boots puppet Johnny T shares his helpful “guide to attending the Super Bowl” on Showtime’s Inside the NFL. He gives some great tips on proper New York tailgating, how to deal with jerks in the stands, and more.