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  1. Teal added a post in a topic Taylor R - videos #2   

    It doesn't mean white.

    Where I'm from white is not synonymous to Caucasian, as it is in America.
    White is having light skin. That's it.
    You can have full siblings where one is light skinned and the other is darker skinned (because they're mixed) and one would be called white and the other black or [email protected] Because it's not a racial thing. It's just a description of their look.

    This whole Caucasian = white is an American thing that, unfortunately, is being propagated to the rest of the world.

    Regarding the modeling video, I honestly didn't think she didn't want to be filmed at all.
    Not wanting your face to appear on video doesn't mean you mind being filmed talking.
    To me she sounded stiff/weird because clearly English isn't her first language and, although she can speak it, she still has some problems with it, not because she didn't want to be filmed.

    Today's video was worse than the modeling one, imo. Pretty boring and pointless. 
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  2. Teal added a post in a topic Sharla in Japan   

    I thought something similar but it would be so incredibly stupid for her to do such a thing.
    Why would anyone with half a brain purposely embarrass and make themselves look bad in front of real people all to troll a bunch of people in the internet she doesn't even know?

    Doing it to troll us is just as stupid as genuinely having gone dressed like that and not even consider that there may be a dresscode (because the end result is the same, she still went incredibly under dressed).

    To be honest, this whole thing just makes me think she's even more pathetic and immature than I previously thought.
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  3. Teal added a post in a topic Sharla in Japan   

    I don't really see why she should get rid of her plushies. 
    She isn't the first and she won't be the last adult with a plushy collection.
    Lots of adults collect plushies, action figures, dolls, those Funko Pops, etc. It doesn't mean they are immature or unprofessional.
    Sharla's problems are other stuff, not the fact that she collects plushies.
    I would say her problems are more things like her personality, how she talks/expresses herself, how most of her interests seem superficial, how she keeps lying about certain verifiable things, etc. 

    Anyway, what bothered me the most of this latest video is her trying to feed a banana to her cats. 
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  4. Teal added a post in a topic Sharla in Japan   

    Correct me if I'm wrong but I was under the impression that Sharla and him got married a while back. Like at least a year ago maybe even more, no?
    So if I'm right their marriage has nothing to do with their move to Korea.
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  5. Teal added a post in a topic Sharla in Japan   

    I remember her saying she doesn't play the games.
    My reaction was "WTF?" when I heard her say it.
    How can you be so obsessed with something but not be into it at all? (I hope you understand what I mean with that. You know, she not playing the games or anything.)
    I thought she was a Pokemon diehard fan because of how much she talks about it.
    But, nope, it's just another thing she superficially likes because "omg you guyzzz, they're soooo cuuute!!"
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  6. Teal added a post in a topic Sharla in Japan   

    Even if she had had both of the cats before being with him, they got married so the cats become both of theirs.
    It becomes a shared responsibility.
    Like you said, he gonna starve them if she goes away for a few days?
    He won't take them to the vet if she's not there because they aren't his?
    That's not how it works.

    I hope if she has multiple kids she isn't like that with them.
    Blatant favoritism sucks.
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  7. Teal added a post in a topic Sharla in Japan   

    So is it me or does her face look stupidly edited in her Pokemon lucky bag thumbnail?? 
    Still haven't finished watching it but had to comment on that thumbnail. lol
    I don't know how much she usually edits her face on her thumbnails but this one just stood out sooo much to me.
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  8. Teal added a post in a topic Sharla in Japan   

    I thought the same....sponges? A sandwich container? Wtf?
    But to be fair, his gifts were shitty, too.
    I'm wondering if they usually just buy what they want at the moment so when special occasions/dates come they don't really have much to gift each other.
    I know that's how it is with my husband and me.
    I got my "Christmas" gift a couple weeks before the official date. And my husband won't get his until February when it's back in stock. 
    We didn't get each other anything on the actual 25th. At least they actually gave each other something. lol
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  9. Teal added a post in a topic Taylor R - videos #2   

    Am I missing something?
    What the heck does that have to do with her being into natural health? 
    Even if she is into natural health, it doesn't mean she has to be a crazy hippy extremist that won't even wear a pony tail because reasons.
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  10. Teal added a post in a topic Sharla in Japan   

    Yeah, he did not seem like he like the gifts at all.

    But, then again, I'm very awkward and very not expressive. 
    Even if I love the gift I was given or am very grateful, I usually don't show it (except to my husband because he's the only person I feel completely comfortable with).
    I quite often force myself to show emotion because I don't want to give people the wrong idea. Like I don't want people to think I didn't like their gift.
    I wonder if he's kinda like that? But being in front of the camera makes it even worse?

    Also, he is a hairstylist, right? And he has always given me the vibe of being a metro-sexual. So I can actually totally see him liking those gifts. lol
    I mean, he reacted the same way to the game and he plays video games.
    But, then again, he didn't seem to know anything about the game so maybe he wasn't actually interested in the game either?

    Idk. I don't want to speculate too much into their relationship because I know my husband would be stupidly awkward in front of the camera and I can totally see people getting the wrong image of our relationship because of it.
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  11. Teal added a post in a topic Sharla in Japan   

    I totally agree but, well, that can't happen because they need that new laptop so that her husband can edit the cat videos. lol
    Also, Patreon just changed their fees policy. I wonder how that will affect her pledges. She doesn't offer good incentives so I can see many more dropping out.
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  12. Teal added a post in a topic Sharla in Japan   

    All the while she posts cat videos without issues on her own channel. lol
    Again, why do they need a new computer for cat videos?
    Can't they share a computer? Can't he use his gaming one?
    I use my husband's gaming computer for editing the photos I take. And sometimes videos I take too.
    Why can't he use his own?
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  13. Teal added a post in a topic Sharla in Japan   

     lolStuff like that has happened to me before.It doesn't matter if you're being nice and explicitly say that you like the vlogger, you still said something critical about them or pointed something out (that many fans don't like when it is mentioned) so you're obviously a hater, a troll, etc.And then they dare say that they're not crazy fangirls. Sure. lol Apparently if you like people you cannot, under any circumstances, be critical or judgemental towards them. Not even a tiny bit. Can't point out shortcomings or faults either. You have to put blinders on and only see that they're amazing and perfect.Even if they probably won't even read the comments you're posting, you should only post praises. I would understand if the comment left is hateful, full of insults, etc.But when you're being nice and say you like the person, what's the need to white knight?
    They're grown adults willingly putting their life out there. Criticism will be a part of it. Period.
    If they can't deal with nice comments that have a hint of criticism or "negativity", then they should never have started vlogging because there are MUCH worse comments. Besides, criticism can help keep them grounded.Who wants a vlogger that gets super full of themselves because all they see is how amazing, pretty and perfect they are? 
    Sharla just doesn't seem to be an interesting person. And it shows.
    She doesn't seem to have any talents, hobbies or interests outside Pokemon, food and cats.
    And her lack of ambition/motivation doesn't help her.

    It would be very different if she had a boring life but she was very outgoing and creative and always found ways to make her boring life fun (or at least seem fun on video). I think she tries but is not very successful (with people who don't have the blinders on) because of her bland personality.

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  14. Teal added a post in a topic Taylor R - videos #2   

    Those types of people were the ones who made me discover PULL.
    I didn't 100% approve of something she said and got "attacked". I don't remember exactly what it was but I got accused of basically being a troll from PULL. 
    I had never heard of PULL before that moment. 
    It's ridiculous how they actually believe that you can't be critical of someone you like. Nope. You have to be a troll or a hater if you do. You can't possibly have your own thoughts and opinions. Nope. You gotta agree with, in this case, Taylor 100% or you're a hater/troll.
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  15. Teal added a post in a topic Sharla in Japan   

    lol I never thought of it that way.
    It bothers me because it sounds soooo fake.
    It seems that anything and everything that she ever so slightly likes is "omg you guyz mmmm it's soooooooo good!"
    There have been some things that I have believed that she has genuinely really liked but the majority just come across as super fake.

    I think her taste buds are dead and that's why she exaggerates and says everything tastes amazing.

    And her last video did seem forced to me.
    She did seem like she was trying really hard to make that café look way more fun than it actually is. Or at least to make it seem like she was having a lot more fun than she actually was.
    That café is probably more fun with a small group of good friends who are actually hanging out. You know, instead of two people recording each other.
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