Hi Everyone! We've opened up an official discord. In order to join, you need to have posted at least 20 comments on PULL! This is to make sure we don't let in any flakes with ulterior motives. After joining, you will receive a DM with instructions on how to get verified! Also, your registration date needs to be earlier than December 2018 so that we don't get a ton of people signing up only to join the Discord but without actually contributing to PULL. Drop by and chat here: https://discord.gg/KDF2kt5 Also, we need to upgrade our server in the very near future. PULL grows bigger by the day (yay!) but to handle the load, we need upgrades. For less than the cost of what you spend on Netflix, we can continue to host your content. Whether it's $1 or $5 a month, all gifts are appreciated. Please consider giving here: https://www.patreon.com/PULL We've also added a gofundme link: https://www.gofundme.com/PULLnet Thank you for your continued love and support!
Quoting my own reply, but the video she posted was on National Culture Day, which comes up as occurring in November when googling it. Not sure if this is accurate but if so, then the video of the palm reading is a few weeks old which makes me sad
Honestly, I hope she and Keyboard San are fine. She's still wearing her wedding/engagement rings so I'm assuming based on that that they're fine, I mean, if they were separated and getting a divorce then she would probably have removed them. I'm not entirely sure when the palm reading video was filmed, though. I imagine it's hard for her to adjust to living in Korea, since she's learning the language too. I think she probably holds Japan very close to her heart and maybe that's a part of the reason she's travelling so much. I think the "Should I stay in Korea?" question in the palm reading video could be vaguely referring to her and Keyboard San having kids, since she said in a Q&A way back that she wanted kids in the next few years, and I think she's mentioned wanting to raise her kids in Canada? I think if something has happened between them that she would talk about it sooner rather than later. And as for him deleting his Instagram, he was never really into social media anyway from what Sharla's said. I thought it was really weird that she has been in Japan so much since moving to Korea because it felt like she was defeating the purpose of moving and along with making such a big deal out of how difficult it is it learn a brand new language after moving to a new country (not that she is wrong or anything, but kind of like how do you complain about struggling to learn Korean if you're running back and forth to Japan anyway?) I haven't posted on here in a while, but started to enjoy Sharla's content again and wanted to stop by.
Never has she annoyed me more than she did in this instastory. I hate to be mean, but she's made herself look like an idiot and is trying to make a joke out of it. How lazy do you get? She's even called it a 'fancy dinner show' so clearly she knew it was a formal dinner of some sort, yet she still turned up in a Pokémon hoodie? It's like she can't dress herself or something. Good god.
Right? She's stopped giving a solid year at this point, and hovers over the subject with a "I think, maybe, around ___ years." She's clearly been called out on it. I'm not sure what's wrong with her admitting that she's lived there on and off? Must be a pride thing.
I feel like Sharla is going to complain just as much in Korea as she does in Japan. Does she have any friends in Korea? I've noticed that she spends a lot of her time with friends in Japan, and because she doesn't speak Korean she might struggle when they move. On the topic of style, I'm surprised that Keyboard San doesn't comment on the way she dresses herself. Isn't he very stylish himself? I guess he wouldn't say anything to her to spare her feelings which is fair enough. It's a shame really, she has a really nice figure and could pull off some really amazing clothes yet she dresses like a teen. I understand hoodies are comfortable, but they don't make much of an impression.
Honestly, I didn't mind the lucky bags but it's obvious that she's just running out of content now. I always question how youtubers like Sharla have the disposable income to buy things such as lucky bags or 'mystery boxes'. She's not exactly a large youtuber, and her views don't equal her sub count. I could understand if she was making big views, but she's making 100k views on average per video. I guess it's from the ads, since her videos are ad-friendly? I hope she posts some exciting content soon.
I kind of think maybe she's running out of content? Obviously when she moves to Korea, she'll have a lot more video opportunities. Speaking of Korea, has she stated how long they'll be living there for? She's said in previous videos where she's addressed her relationship, that she wants to move back to Canada and have a real wedding there? I find it kind of weird that she'd move back to her home country with a spouse who speaks little to no English. It's always seemed pretty selfish to me.
I actually don't mind the lucky bag videos. I don't know many other youtubers who do the same thing, even though there probably are some other J-Vloggers who also show the lucky bags. It's easy content though, and is 'family friendly' so probably has a lot less chance of being demonetized. However, I find it really annoying how she finds an excuse to talk about her cats in nearly every video she makes. It's probably just me, but I feel like she talks crap about her cats and puts in clips of them just to make up more footage for her videos. It wouldn't bother me as much if she was sharing interesting information about the cats or how she keeps them healthy and cares for them, but it seems like it's just "Here's a 4 minute clip of my cats eating treats/playing with toys/being cuddled." I'm sure there are some people who love that aspect of her videos, but I guess it's just boring to me