Sunday, March 02, 2014

 

Bunny Meyer is Grav3yardgirl on YouTube




Diana!Long time guest blogger, Diana (attractive picture at left), is here to review 3 videos from Swap Queen YouTube Star Bunny Meyer, Grav3YardGirl! Read what Diana says about this woman who has been making fun and entertaining Product Review videos for over 3 years now. Grav3YardGirl is very popular, with about 2 Million subscribers, and Diana will tell you why so many people love Grav3YardGirl!

http://www.youtube.com/user/grav3yardgirl

INSTAGRAM: @grav3yardgirl

https://www.facebook.com/grav3yardgirl

http://www.etsy.com/shop/enmortem


Hello all, I would like to introduce you to a girl named Bunny, A PEARLAND, TEXAS native, born August 3, 1985. This self proclaimed Swap queen has the bluest eyes I have ever seen!

Bunny started her channel in December 2010 because of depression and anxiety issues but, by her newer videos, you would NEVER know she was anything but a silly, adorable and bubbly person. I mean she has to be doing something right to have 1,986,472 subscribers and 148,463,791 views, right?

I have been a subscriber for about 4 months now. I found Bunny by mistake as I was searching for serious reviews on some products I was looking into buying. Now her reviews are serious, but have a twist. She is so funny I have laughed till I cry! She says she is doing the reviews as an average Joe or Jane -- like everyone else who has no idea if the thing works when she unboxes it. Watch her open it and test it for you with an open and honest review. If this works or not, in her opinion, is only part of the reason to watch her reviews. Her personality is the reason I, in two days, watched all 21 of her "Does this thing really work" videos. Even things I had no interest in buying at all, I watched them to watch her. She has a way of drawing you in and making you want to see more! It's also all in the name of comedy, rr as she puts it, in the name of science.

After I was done with all her "Does this thing really work" videos, I felt obsessed and wanted to know more, so I saw she has about 600 videos! Haha, I have not even put a dent in her videos, much less watched them all. But I do have favorites. I will name two others I watch all the time but you can go and pick your favs, and trust me, set some time aside. It's like with potato chips, you can't eat/watch just one.

Lets start with how I found her, doing her reviews on "As seen on TV" items, DOES THIS THING REALLY WORK?


CURLFORMERS- DOES THIS THING ACTUALLY WORK?



Now no judging but Bunny fails big time on making these things work. I bought them and used them before I watched this video and they work really well for me and I have long hair, but not everyone can make them work, and Bunny is like I stated before, your average silly Jane, trying to make it work. It took me a few tries myself to get them to work, and it does not tell you how long to keep them in really so Haha, Bunny has an epic and hilarious fail on this one.

This happens on some of her "Does this thing really work", like for HOT BUNS- DOES THIS THING REALLY WORK? ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YD2Bp03Fus&list=PLKjMTiyvJhnZN7c4DQS2qD8LMgkUwZUag&feature=c4-overview-vl ) Another epic fail but so fun to watch; not everyone can make everything work. I again LOVE the Hot Buns and use them all the time, but it took me about 5 tries to learn and make it work...

Me in my hot bun:  photo 0220131508aa.jpg

As she is just opening the items and reading the directions and doing the video, she shows you how simple or hard a "As seen on TV" item can be to get to work. That is why it's so fun, some work right away and are easy, others take time and practice, but if you are doing a review on how it works the first time, a lot of times its not going to work out well, and that is something I just find so fun to watch!

Just because you watch a review that does not seem to work well for the reviewer, don't let that stop you from getting something you're interested in. Everyone is different and you never want to miss out on something you may love just on someone else's opinion! Case in point, I love both product she could not seem to get to work, but boy did I have fun watching her try!


Next is a video I love because it can be a "let's do this together" video journey. Have you heard of the Wreck This Journal? Fun for almost all ages. You can get your own Wreck This Journal at most local Walmart's or Walmart online OR all you Amazon lovers you can find it there as well.

SO get your own WRECK THIS JOURNAL and start a project with Bunny. She is on week 5 but you can start with video One here. Or just watch Bunny do 10 pages every Wednesday.


WRECK THIS JOURNAL- WRECK IT WEDNESDAYS- WEEK 1



For anyone who's ever wished to, but had trouble starting, keeping, or finishing a journal or sketchbook comes Wreck This Journal, an illustrated book that features a subversive collection of prompts, asking readers to muster up their best mistake, and mess-making abilities to fill the pages of the book (and destroy them). Acclaimed illustrator Keri Smith encourages journalers to engage in "destructive" acts -- poking holes through pages, adding photos and defacing them, painting with coffee, and more -- in order to experience the true creative process. Readers discover a new way of art and journal making, and new ways to escape the fear of the blank page and fully engage in the creative process.

This book, based on 450 reviews, has a 5 star rating. So either wait and get your own journal before you watch and join in on the fun, or watch her wreck that journal ever Wednesday and see how much fun she is having while being her silly adorable self. Watch her or join in as she drops her journal off the stairs, draws and pokes holes in it, puts food on it, rubes it in dirt, steps on it, smacks it on walls, and my fav -- takes it for a walk with her on a leash!!! If joining in or just watching you're sure to have a blast!


Our last video is kind of a series as well; its called THRIFT HAULS. Who besides me and of course Bunny loves to go to THRIFT STORES??? OH I love used things, from clothing to jewelry, to well ALMOST anything. I love the fact not only am I getting something at a great price, I love to think about the story behind the item as well. So let's start with her first video that she made way back in early 2011.


HOW TO: shop at a thrift store and a trifling haul



This was a video made 3 years ago and the Bunny you get used to seeing nowadays was somewhat different back then. Just starting out you can see she is more serious and maybe a little more nervous. I love watching her blossom with each video she makes.

In this video, Bunny states her opinion on Goodwill, and one that I will have to agree with. While they do a lot of charities that are awesome, I too feel they try to overcharge for their items they had just been handed. So I too have stopped shopping there. If you're a Goodwill junkie, that is awesome, don't let anyone tell you where you can or can't go; what you like is what you like and you should be proud of that.

I love to thrift and was hugely into it in high school. Not having much money and coming from a poor family meant back to school shopping was a chore. I started to go to all the thrift stores around town and had a blast finding the then popular clothing for like 1 or 2 dollars. No one knows where you got it, but I was not ashamed to say, yeah I got it here used for 50 cents because, hey you paid 20 dollars for yours and I got mine for 50 cents, Haha. :P No shame there. You can find amazing items at your local thrift stores and not follow anyone's demand of cool but your own. Make your own look and your own fashion at a fraction of the cost! Nothing to lose and so much to BUY!!!

Thank you guys for reading another review by me, Diana, and I would love to hear what you think about Bunny and your thrift store finds that made you jump for joy. Are you getting a Wreck This Journal? Do you already have one? And last, what "As seen on TV" products do you love or just can't seem to make work?

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