We plan on doing several things within the span of humour. I will be one of the video creators on my own, however I will be doing voice overs of commercials or playing video games with extremely joking commentary. I plan to write about how I go about doing such things, as I already have the technology to do so. All I really need is a microphone and a video editing software, and Windows Movie Maker and a microphone will suffice. For the gaming videos, I will be using the Playstation 4's own video editing software, and create commentary in a similar manner of a Youtuber who goes by the name of Penguinz0 (in a much more PG-13 manner, of course).
This article will be about what I plan on doing with such voice overs and gameplay videos. I will of course voice over infomercials such as things for the Mighty Thirsty sponge or Oxi Clean, but voice over it in a very condescending and rather malicious manner toward the product. In my gaming videos, I will use the same tone over the game I am playing, and tell completely false stories during gameplay to possibly enhance the material. I have the equipment and softwares to do this already.
The others will be making other goofy sorts of videos, as Nick had said that he would make a video of himself eating a sub sandwich and jumping off of a ledge (safely). We had also planned to go out and eat and make sort of a compilation of funny moments. I have already explained my more gaming culture and "roast" type videos, and in the future, more types of content may be created.
Now that all of the serious business type stuff is out of the way, how about a rather funny story.
So, one school morning, I had woken up at 4:00 AM, which was about 2 to 2 and a half hours earlier than usual. I tried to go back to sleep, but I couldn't. Instead, I decided to use my laptop and watch some Youtube videos. My laptop's left hinge to keep the top screen shut was mangled. and the cables were hanging out. I usually try to stuff the laptop's cables back into the casing, but when I tried to do this this time, it started to make the laptop's screen flash green and pink. A rather unintelligent move to make, I continued trying to stuff the wired back into the laptop casing.
This time, instead of a rainbow screen, I had noticed that the laptop was getting hotter and hotter. I didn't really take this into consideration at first, simply because I had a broken fan, and the laptop just tends to get warm, so I pushed on trying to fix my problem. I guess that the laptop finally had enough.
It began sparking and smouldering. The cables touched in a weird way and they all started actually catching fire. Probably not the best thing to do, I reached for the battery and pulled it out. After waiting about 10 minutes, I put the battery back in, and the laptop was completely dead. No charge, no power, nothing. I can't believe I'd actually get to see that my computer had caught fire. Not many people I know or even ever heard of can say that.