Influencers Getting Called Out On Social Media - REACTION

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    Hey guys, today on my channel we are reacting to some influencers who were called out on social media! I think a lot of people lie on social media...myself included. Whether its photoshop, lying about having a girlfriend, or just pretending your life is far more interesting than it actually is -- if you're going to lie on social media, be prepared to get CALLED OUT.
    Here's a link to part 1:
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    Hi, I'm Charlotte Dobre. I'm an actor, reactor, singer and sometimes (not really) comedian. On this channel I do reactions, commentary and occasionally I crack a joke or two. I upload daily, usually 7 days a week, unless life gets crazy or I get lazy. Come hang out, it's a good time.
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  • David Frischknecht
    David Frischknecht Il y a an +3817

    As a software developer, that "how hard can it be to code" felt like a punch to the gut.

    • Raph K
      Raph K Il y a 23 jours

      Alot hard.

    • AverageAtBestGuitarist
      AverageAtBestGuitarist Il y a mois

      Dude, I took one look at software development and went 'fuck this is WAY above my pay grade', and got into electrical engineering instead.

    • Izzy
      Izzy Il y a 2 mois

      I have no ideia how to code, but for me it sounds hard. Like, A LOT.

    • Mage
      Mage Il y a 2 mois

      Just show them what code looks like. I've tried learning coding to work on making small games, but even as somebody that's really into math there are things that my mind just will not learn.

  • Heather Conner
    Heather Conner Il y a an +998

    My hubby works 12 hours a day, 6 days a week in an un-airconditioned factory, while wearing a damn face mask. But no, influencers, tell me more about how hard you work taking pictures of yourself eating cold food.

    • Tech Overkill
      Tech Overkill Il y a mois

      next step for dumb/egotistic influencers is usually some sexual act or another..

    • Hannabeth
      Hannabeth Il y a 5 mois

      This.

    • lisa martin
      lisa martin Il y a 5 mois +2

      I really don't think it's easy to be an influencer. The photography and management work is working. Then comes being paid for it (you have to already have a huge following, so unless you are already a celebrity, you have to put the work to put your name out here). Then you have to play a persona (acting) sometimes. Finally you have to deal with all things celebrity entails (you can't say what you want, can't do what you want because people could recognise you, a lot of hate on social media. If you are a girl, you are practically garanteed multiple creepy stalkers.
      Like yes, some of them are rich motherfuckers becoming richer and richer for doing nearly nothing. But a lot of them are only doing publicity work.
      Like capitalism is your problem, not influencers haha

  • Lysiasolo
    Lysiasolo Il y a an +789

    Omg, the “influencer”-photographer conversation and her “trade” demanding nonsense!...
    THE AUDACITY 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️

    • Harmia
      Harmia Il y a 3 mois +1

      I think the photographer tried to (too subtly) to make her see that her demands were ridiculous 😂 you tried to make me work for free so what about YOU work for me, for free!

    • Turtleduck
      Turtleduck Il y a 3 mois +1

      Not to mention the hypocrisy.

    • Stacie Henderson
      Stacie Henderson Il y a an +23

      I couldn't believe the photographer even offered her that first deal! It's just gross to see some arrogant jackass get an amazing opportunity, that they likely didn't deserve in the first place, and not even acknowledge the act of kindness...much less express the slightest bit of appreciation for it.

    • Dick Fitzwell
      Dick Fitzwell Il y a an +24

      I film commercials, weddings, birthdays, special events and so on. If I had someone like that trying to demand I do things for them I would give them a hard dose of reality. I'm known around my town for being a fair person, but I am an asshole by nature so I will colorfully and aggressively tell someone off while simultaneously making them cry. Business is business, time is money, and if you dont have the money, you dont have my time. Simple really.

    • Lysiasolo
      Lysiasolo Il y a an +5

      Aww thanks a lot☺️☺️

  • Winston Horn
    Winston Horn Il y a 6 mois +110

    If you are an “influencer” you are literally among the most privileged of people. You get to make a living obsessing over yourself.

    • kathy Mee
      kathy Mee Il y a 3 mois +2

      @Jeanny Love this idea

    • Jeanny
      Jeanny Il y a 4 mois +6

      LOL... .. if there is Zomato for reviewing restaurants, there should probably a website ONLY for businesses reviewing these influencer doing their exposure thing.... how about that??? 🤔🤔

  • Jaffa Sholva
    Jaffa Sholva Il y a an +214

    I pretty much hate most of humanity, but these influencers have a special place in my cold, dead heart.

    • john mullens
      john mullens Il y a 2 mois

      @Jaffa Sholva dats waysiiiiss lol

    • Jemma Jemma
      Jemma Jemma Il y a 4 mois

      Perfectly said!

    • Jaffa Sholva
      Jaffa Sholva Il y a 4 mois +4

      @Casual Causality I think i actually felt something. Could very well be the mexican food. Either way, Happy new year!

    • Casual Causality
      Casual Causality Il y a 4 mois +3

      Hate has a heat like fire, I don't think your heart is as cold as you think. Happy new year!

    • JessieJoystick
      JessieJoystick Il y a 10 mois +1

      Kel sha, jaffa

  • Jukudu B
    Jukudu B Il y a an +2124

    The amount of entitled Narcissists on social media is frightening!

    • Rhonda Sisco-Cleveland
      Rhonda Sisco-Cleveland Il y a 29 jours

      The Bible tells us, in 2 Timothy
      “This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. 2For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, 3Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, 4Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God; 5Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away. 6For of this sort are they which creep into houses, and lead captive silly women laden with sins, led away with divers lusts…”
      Welcome to the end.

    • Rach
      Rach Il y a mois

      No shit! And the amount of drama loving bullies

    • Annie Hasting
      Annie Hasting Il y a 2 mois +1

      Correction: in the world.
      I have had some very entitled clients as a private practice speech pathologist, including one who said I should only charge for one of her two children. They had separate appointments. No. 🙄

  • Nicole Lavigne
    Nicole Lavigne Il y a an +159

    WOW. That photoshoot one was just balls. That "influencer" already got way more than she deserved just by the photographer responding to her. That was such a generous offer.

  • AghaseArmyShawolBlinkOnce

    influencers: *flexes all their money, cars, homes, and designer clothes*
    also influencers: can I have this for free?
    I swear these influencers must not be as rich as they show off if they're asking for free things

    • Rogue Universities
      Rogue Universities Il y a 2 mois

      It's pretty easy to look rich - find a posh house, take a photo in the garden when the tenants are out, find an expensive car parked somewhere, take a photo next to it with random car keys in your hand (if you don't have any car, just use house / apartment keys and hide the labels / tags), go to the house of an Orthodox Jew on their Sabbath day (if it looks like an expensive house) and offer to do any work for them for free (actually you won't have to offer; if they see you and you don't look like them, they'll ask for your help), since they strictly don't work on their Sabbath day, then take a photo of yourself in the living room, fill a suitcase with random wads of banknote-sized paper then put banknotes on the top (bills as Americans confusingly call them) and take a photo with it, etc etc

    • Anders
      Anders Il y a 4 mois +1

      They rent the house and lease the car lmao.

    • Megan Goodhart
      Megan Goodhart Il y a 10 mois +8

      @Xavier Brown There's even fake airplane seat sets in LA where people take fake flight photos to pretend they're on some luxurious vacay.

    • Lady Marmalade
      Lady Marmalade Il y a 11 mois +10

      @Xavier Brown I've seen Instagram influencers start FRclip channels, only to reveal that the lavish mansion they constantly take selfies outside of is BARELY furnished inside. These people have a pool, but can then only afford a dorm room fridge and a mattress on the floor.

    • Scipio Africanus
      Scipio Africanus Il y a 11 mois +1

      @Xavier Brown Willy Loman is the OG

  • Charlie Apples
    Charlie Apples Il y a an +59

    If these influencers were actual professionals, they’d do the professional thing, which is to pay for all services rendered and tip appropriately, like any other customer. That is the industry standard for professional reviewers.

    • Rogue Universities
      Rogue Universities Il y a 2 mois

      Nah, expecting tips is an American thing

    • antihelical
      antihelical Il y a 11 mois +5

      Exactly! In the business world, you start with your reputation. The more professional you are, the more people want to work with you. That's just how it works.

  • David Roddick
    David Roddick Il y a an +315

    So I guess this means that we shouldn't pay attention to what "influencers" recommend, since they all seem to plug products for money, like any other advertiser.

    • tomkellycartoons
      tomkellycartoons Il y a 6 mois

      Normal advertisers simply present their wares in a way they think will be attractive to customers. They don’t offer phony rewards for your involvement with their product. That is a very big difference.

    • zabrinapenguin
      zabrinapenguin Il y a 6 mois +1

      Pretty sure that's why they call themselves "Influencer" it's in the name.
      They are trying to Influence you to; try,do,buy,or form a specific opinion.

    • JayLeeBeanz
      JayLeeBeanz Il y a 9 mois +5

      Well, it's good you figured it out this late than not at all. They are paid for posting. The influence they are supposed to have is getting their sponsors new customers. That's their job description.

    • Megan Goodhart
      Megan Goodhart Il y a 10 mois +10

      Obviously. Their entire job is based on trying to sell you something the company can't market without going through people viewers want to trust. Some of them are actually trustworthy and won't advertise products and services they don't love and use, but most just advertise anything for money regardless of whether it's good or works. I've even seen beauty videos/posts where the influencer uses a different makeup product than the one they're advertising, then pretends it's the one the ad is for in the post. I forget who it was but there was a big fuss over a FRclipr getting caught doing this because she used her favorite mascara in her makeup look and forgot to cut out that footage, then pretended it was a Benefit brand mascara because they were paying her.

    • zin82e98
      zin82e98 Il y a 10 mois

      Thank you

  • NuxVom
    NuxVom Il y a an +3598

    'Influencer' is a fancy name for freelance marketer.

    • Hoi-Polloi
      Hoi-Polloi Il y a 8 jours +1

      Which is the spiritual descendant of the profession of "stand-up philosopher"!

    • 80sGamerLady
      80sGamerLady Il y a 15 jours

      Dont insult marketing professionals... 😄

    • Rach
      Rach Il y a mois

      That’s soooo true omg

    • Bryan Mulder
      Bryan Mulder Il y a mois +1

      It's a fancy name for parasite

  • heviutza
    heviutza Il y a an +50

    I hate how influencers get so annoyed when somebody says they do nothing, but at the same time they ask for free stuff from people that work hard and have working skills.

    • Sanquinity
      Sanquinity Il y a 6 mois +3

      Well they don't do nothing. But what they do amounts to what normal people see as just a hobby.

  • alyzu
    alyzu Il y a an +18

    That photographer's offer was amazing! And the influencer is beyond entitled. I'm amazed at how generous and polite the photographer was.

  • Saad Iftikhar
    Saad Iftikhar Il y a 6 mois +20

    Me a normal person went to this restaurant for lunch after uni. It was run by a senior citizen and mostly computer illiterate people. Me and my friend being in an fb foodie group (a popular one too) offered them to post a good review. They were all so excited like little kids opening christmas presents. Next thing I know, our lunch was on the house even though me and my friend insisted paying for our meal but they just told us to post a good review in ESR group and don't worry about the bill.

  • Ash Ley
    Ash Ley Il y a an +19

    That photographer was being so reasonable. The “influencer” was being a tool.

  • Nick Ferry
    Nick Ferry Il y a an +202

    some of these are just too good

    • Sphinx Rising
      Sphinx Rising Il y a 10 mois +1

      "Good"? I would say some of these are just so fake. The 2nd. influencer story had the same spelling & punctuation errors as the entitled person did, so, both sides was clearly wrote by the same person.

  • Tazhie Nunurbusinezz
    Tazhie Nunurbusinezz Il y a 11 mois +10

    Can we leave "influencer" reviews somewhere being they threaten businesses with negative reviews all the time for not giving these people free junk? I think some of them kind of deserve it at this point.

  • L CC
    L CC Il y a an +9

    13:31 is some great advice. Small businesses are disappearing while Amazon and Google are raking in ever higher profits. Thank you, Charlotte.

    • Phạm Dung
      Phạm Dung Il y a 27 jours

      @Tracy Fultz hey now, no one said we weren’t gonna do so.

    • Tracy Fultz
      Tracy Fultz Il y a 3 mois

      Instead of just talking tho… put your money where your mouth is and PURCHASE from that small business. Shout outs don’t pay the bills.

  • Liya Archer
    Liya Archer Il y a an +116

    The term "influencer" makes me want to vomit. It's so narcissistic to call oneself that. Like your so amazing, your influencing everyone to be better. Um, yeah your no better than anyone else.

    • Jessica Scoullar
      Jessica Scoullar Il y a 6 mois +1

      They all should be asked who has deemed them an influencer in their industry or just decided to call themselves that.

    • JayLeeBeanz
      JayLeeBeanz Il y a 9 mois +1

      They are called influencers because they are supposed to influence their followers into becoming their sponsors' new customers. They are essentially walking billboards; and those have influence. So it's not about how they see themselves but about what they do for a living. Still a stupid term though because if they aren't even able to provide the exposure they are promising, they aren't influencing anyone.

    • sherikrupp
      sherikrupp Il y a 10 mois +3

      Your = ownership, something that belongs to you
      You're= you are. If you could say you are then use you're.

    • Steel String
      Steel String Il y a 11 mois +6

      It pretty much means the same thing as "manipulator." Do people really aspire to that?

  • braidygal
    braidygal Il y a an +1797

    That photo offer was amazing. That influencer was an idiot for not taking it. Same with the last story. Choosing Beggars.

    • JayLeeBeanz
      JayLeeBeanz Il y a 6 mois +3

      @Double Diablo Your clients trust you and feel comfortable enough around you, so no one can say you'd be doing your job badly. Win-win for everyone involved.

    • Double Diablo
      Double Diablo Il y a 6 mois +2

      @JayLeeBeanz most of my clients, at least 90% of them want these photos for themselves or their partner. They have reached a weight or fitness goal and want a documentation of it or want to surprise some one. The others are aspiring models who want to expand their portfolios or only fan girls who want nice professional photos for headers or homepages for their accounts.
      I have never come on to or even tried to explore anything other than a professional relationship with any of my clients. I do enjoy the work though. I'm a guy. A meat eating, horse riding, gun packing, lifted Jeep 4x4 driving, sports loving guy. Why wouldn't I enjoy this work?

    • JayLeeBeanz
      JayLeeBeanz Il y a 6 mois +2

      @Double Diablo Some people really just have no feeling of shame, for the better or for the worse. I'm sure the industry has a lot of strange stories to offer.

    • Double Diablo
      Double Diablo Il y a 6 mois +1

      @JayLeeBeanz how far they go is completely up to them. Some work their way up to topless slowly, most stay as covered as their outfit allows. The reason I found the client I mentioned so odd was because she jumped into topless so readily. I never tell a client to remove anything. It's their shoot. Their the ones paying so I give them what they want. You would be surprised at some of the requests I get.

  • sonofsarek
    sonofsarek Il y a an +639

    Social influencer = “I have no life skills, need attention for validation, am super insecure and mask it with a veil of faux confidence, and need money to fund my terrible life choices”.

    • D
      D Il y a 10 mois +1

      @toki nope, your actions define you not your personality traits, you’re only a bad person if you do bad deeds

    • Lee Goddard
      Lee Goddard Il y a 10 mois +1

      They are ONLY internet personalities. Cheap t.v. "Stars" 🤩

    • wxnterr
      wxnterr Il y a 11 mois +2

      stop being so jealous lmfao

    • EH
      EH Il y a 11 mois +3

      Never seen a better definition! 🙌🏻

    • RollerCoasterFan1234
      RollerCoasterFan1234 Il y a an +10

      @Y/N OMG SAME!!!!!! Not 100% on the validation thing but like 98%. Your not a bad person for being insecure, I am too and just mask it most of the time. The thing that so called “influencers” do is post a beautiful picture with a caption that say “OMG, I’m so ugly!!” So that people will give them compliments.

  • Kei Enn
    Kei Enn Il y a 4 mois +1

    I realize something. Back in college, I was part of organizing committees that did events in the school.
    So part of our job is to find sponsorships. Basically, funding for the event prior to ticket sales. A lot of times, our pitch is the same as these influencers where we ask for money (not necessarily merch) in exchange for having their brand logo on our posters, etc.
    We never really saw it as entitled since we did need the money for an event. It became quite a norm where some businesses even expected us to reach out or reached out first to sponsor some events. (ex. A local clothing line sponsored clothes for the school pageant).
    But I do wonder how different was it to the influencer lifestyle now.

  • Freya
    Freya Il y a an +5

    Yes! Charlotte, we love a queen who stands up for small businesses, artists, photographers, etc.! 🖤❤️🖤

  • Brian Adams
    Brian Adams Il y a mois

    Charlotte, I love your influencer reaction vids. Your ethical thinking makes their entitlement look so much worse by comparison. I like that.

  • Raps Chick
    Raps Chick Il y a an +2

    OMG the photographer was offering that influencer absolute gold! That is out of control. I can’t believe she acted like that.

  • Audrey Loveland
    Audrey Loveland Il y a an +1

    Charlotte, your videos help so many of us. Even on a bad day your videos make me smile. Thank you for being wonderfully you and bringing a smile to my melancholic face.

  • FOAM Beachwear
    FOAM Beachwear Il y a an +1

    Big thumbs up from us! Truthful & simultaneously hilarious. Love your aura Charlotte!

  • Another Southern Cover Up

    I love these types of videos. I can’t believe how much misplaced entitlement is out there among the younger population m.

  • Samara Messer
    Samara Messer Il y a an +586

    I know an "influencer" . She plays it off like she wants to help the business, promote the event etc. but she is really just in it for free stuff and clout. My favorite was the time she had a client charge her for the concert tickets they had originally given her for free because she didn't write and post the article on time. I think she truly thought she would just get a concert tickets for doing nothing. It amazes me what she tries to get away with.

    • Sanquinity
      Sanquinity Il y a 6 mois +2

      God this is unbelievable. xD Managing to get FREE TICKETS TO A CONCERT and feeling entitled enough to still not do their "job" on time. Like, you managed to score big time. The least you can do is provide what you promised in a timely manner.

    • tomkellycartoons
      tomkellycartoons Il y a 6 mois +1

      @Anne Morgan
      Just as bad,
      Zero self-respect.

    • tomkellycartoons
      tomkellycartoons Il y a 6 mois

      @SillyRamen
      😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    • tomkellycartoons
      tomkellycartoons Il y a 6 mois

      @zbdot73
      Hahahaha
      I am 71 and I’m here to tell you… It’s gonna happen honey. It’s gonna happen.
      Hahahahaha👍

    • Anne Morgan
      Anne Morgan Il y a 6 mois +4

      @David Booher And the male influencers are what?

  • Jane Jones
    Jane Jones Il y a an +12

    Charlotte's idea at the end sounds great. Because if an influencer helped out a local business (for free), I would be impressed.

  • Olinn Nauyoma
    Olinn Nauyoma Il y a 6 mois +3

    I just found this channel last week, it's so addictive 'nd i appreciate how she makes us feel beautiful again. Love from🇳🇦

  • Julie G
    Julie G Il y a an

    I just love you, You make me laugh everyday! Thank you for bringing your amazing humor to the masses.

  • cindy whelihan
    cindy whelihan Il y a 10 mois +4

    I swear, Charlotte. I just found you on FRclip and let me tell you something, young lady. You are the most entertaining person on FRclip. You crack my grumpy old ass up. Love your stuff. Thanks, Kiddo:)

  • BigMark2.0
    BigMark2.0 Il y a 6 mois

    Thank you for your honest, and common sense views. Common sense and honesty are slowly but surely making a comeback. Here's to you doing your best to stop the insanity of today's media outlets.

  • Val Lynam
    Val Lynam Il y a an +16

    Fab nails - check
    Flawless hair - check
    Beautiful background - check
    Unbelievable laughing - check
    Hissing - check
    😂😂😂 love you Charlotte!!

  • Crystal Rickett
    Crystal Rickett Il y a an

    Your videos always make me smile Charlotte. Thanks for all you and your editors do! Also I saw your post about your grandfather and I’m berry sorry for your families loss. Stay safe potato queen.

  • Cian Mc Manus
    Cian Mc Manus Il y a an

    Thank you for keeping it really 24-7 and for making me lol 😂 in lockdown. Greetings and love from Dublin 🤗 keep doing you 🌹

  • OneWhoDreamsAwake
    OneWhoDreamsAwake Il y a an +5

    Makes me SO angry. Ugh. People and their determination to prove me wrong that no one could be THAT entitled. *sigh*
    The one photographer was SO nice tho. Like wow.

  • Sarah Cole
    Sarah Cole Il y a an

    I just happened to run across this video and I think you are hilarious and down to earth. I subscribed and will be binge watching you girl! Keep being you all my love from Michigan ❤️

  • George Gordon
    George Gordon Il y a 4 mois

    I love how you're so honest hard to find nowadays, ❤

  • Spuds
    Spuds Il y a an

    I appreciate the shout out to your editing team I'm sure they deserve it. No one can do everything alone we all need assistance through life

  • Alex
    Alex Il y a 3 mois

    the patience and kindness of the photographer makes me hopeful about humanity, highly appreciate him, well done

  • bevamaphoo
    bevamaphoo Il y a an +2

    You've done it again, Dobre! I love your idea about free publicity for small businesses! I work with many small businesses across North America who have been hurt by the pandemic and any good publicity would go a long way! Hey, influencers looking for free stuff, help a small business today! It's good publicity for you too and it will help the economy!

  • Bobo Sims
    Bobo Sims Il y a 10 mois +2

    Influencer wannabe: I'm a very respected influencer!
    Me: says who??
    Really, if they don't know what 'showing some respect' looks like, how do they know that they are respected themselves?
    Respect isn't something you assign to yourself; respect is something that you must work very hard to earn!

  • ModernMowgli
    ModernMowgli Il y a an

    Shout out to the editing team for being spot on with the zoom ins, animations, and goofy sounds. Fits so perfectly with your personality, look forward to these videos everyday!

  • TheTardyOwl VG
    TheTardyOwl VG Il y a 11 mois +1

    "How hard can it be to code?"
    Uh... as someone who lived through a sibling earning a computer science degree, the amount of entitled hubris in that question nearly made my brain bluescreen.

    • Jay
      Jay Il y a 6 mois

      I'm doing a CS degree right now, and I'd love to see these 'influencers' do what I do. Most of my classmates (and I) graduated top of their class to qualify for the course, and judging by the intelligence level of these influencers as portrayed in this video, it's pretty clear that they're incapable.

  • Barroon Lal
    Barroon Lal Il y a an

    I really liked your suggestion at the end of this video and I wish the message gets out and these influencers start helping. They could make it their new "challenge"

  • Jakk Frost
    Jakk Frost Il y a mois

    As I've said for a few years now, calling an attention wh ore a "social influencer" is like calling Buzzfeed staff "journalists".

  • Elysian Glenn
    Elysian Glenn Il y a an +1

    Charlotte as someone new to the whole social media game, I learn so much from you. Mainly what NOT to post and what to ignore.
    This video is gorgeous. Dear Ewa what filter or LUT are you using, please? Pretty please 🍰

  • Rachel Hatchet
    Rachel Hatchet Il y a an +376

    As a professional model for 10+ years that exchange between the photog and the model literally made me scream! TF shoots with photogs are some of the most amazing shoots you can get bc at that point it's purely about the art. This girl makes me embarrassed to even say I'm a model! 😥

    • kurt tis
      kurt tis Il y a 4 mois

      The guy in the rice field will think that girl is crazy wairing just bra and underwear on this environment ...rich people huh always wairing less clothes not a shame at all to show their private thing...

    • Anders
      Anders Il y a 4 mois

      Lmao professional model here too, it was painful to watch.

    • Wendy Sexton
      Wendy Sexton Il y a 6 mois

      It’s

    • Fyodor Dostoevsky
      Fyodor Dostoevsky Il y a 6 mois

      I mean....you said it twice. Not too embarrassed

    • aeoli garlic
      aeoli garlic Il y a 6 mois +1

      Ikr! The photographer is also very generous about this collab!

  • Limp Noodl3
    Limp Noodl3 Il y a 7 mois +1

    Okay, I just came here to say how much I love you and your videos. This is how I end my work day, every day. Keep being you❤ We love you❤

  • Mike Osinski
    Mike Osinski Il y a an

    Thanks for making me laugh today, I am a photographer and get emails all the time for these great deals from influencer 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Jill Rose
    Jill Rose Il y a an

    I’ve been following you for months and your following is growing exponentially! Good for you! You work hard and are super funny, I can’t believe you’re single- but most guys suck, so... anyway, congrats on your successes!

  • Flyfox C
    Flyfox C Il y a an +1

    One of the few times I’ve heard somebody shout out the editors and give them the credit they deserve on camera, plus they do a dang good job

  • Jon Soderlund
    Jon Soderlund Il y a an +851

    Does she realize she is making everyone’s day better by uploading

    • Verhoeven1980
      Verhoeven1980 Il y a an

      Stop telling me how I should feel.

    • Stephanie Zartuche
      Stephanie Zartuche Il y a an +1

      @Jacqueline Parker hmmmmm. This reply is making me 🤨. Why you say that?

    • Lauryse
      Lauryse Il y a an +6

      @Stephanie Zartuche have her post a P.O. Box to send her gifts

    • Stephanie Zartuche
      Stephanie Zartuche Il y a an +2

      @Lorena M 🤔🤔🤔🤔 wheels a churnin

    • Lorena M
      Lorena M Il y a an +1

      I agree! Any ideas?

  • TheSilverphoenix88
    TheSilverphoenix88 Il y a 6 mois +1

    I fell off my couch laughing with stomach pain reading that post that claims influencers have an arduous “job” 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂

  • Junior Moore
    Junior Moore Il y a 6 mois

    I bet when the restaurant owner said, "You have as much right to review my restaurant as I do your menstrual cycle," the young woman was "offended." I am laughing as I am picturing the owner reviewing her period in my head!

  • Stephanie Hamilton
    Stephanie Hamilton Il y a an

    Charlotte wouldn't it be absolutely amazing if influencers actually used their time to benefit someone else, a small business!, as you suggested?
    Unfortunately this pandemic has taught us that inconveniencing ourselves for the benefit of others is just not going to happen, no matter the cost.

  • Edis Martinez-Coto
    Edis Martinez-Coto Il y a 11 mois

    As a video editor, thank you for shouting them out! Good job, editors!

  • ArtsyIslandGirl Jamaican Vlogs

    That photographer was hella nice and patient!!!

    • Katie K
      Katie K Il y a 6 mois +1

      I know! It’s crazy that influencer is basically asking for a free service and for the photographer to pay her for hair and makeup. Absolutely mental.

    • Casandra Barata
      Casandra Barata Il y a 10 mois +3

      Agreed. I'm a photographer and would have been opting out of that convo as soon as they laid out their expectations of getting a shoot for free.

    • W b.
      W b. Il y a 10 mois +4

      I love people like that

  • H Mefford
    H Mefford Il y a an

    *I’m beyond impressed by the photographer’s impressive patience. I’m sincerely in awe!* 😳

  • Someone Somewhere
    Someone Somewhere Il y a an +1

    I love when you react to people getting shit on for being shitty 🤣

  • Vikkilatterman
    Vikkilatterman Il y a an

    Great advice at the end! You’re killing it over here girl

  • Book Warm Tee
    Book Warm Tee Il y a an

    I just found your channel today.. Boy am I happy you do what you do 👏👏👏
    I'm so sick of all the fake glam. People need to get educated 🤦 I'm not talking about school education only, there is all kinds of education. Reading books, conversing with different types of people are a form of education just to name a few. But trying to benefit off of others hard work, that's just not it. I feel like everyone sees these self proclaimed "millionaires" on social media and loose the site of their own passion just to get cash. Money is not the only form of wealth either. So, I am glad the BS is being exposed. This is the type of crap that influences our kids the wrong way. Thank you so much for your hard work!

  • Susan Mather Barone
    Susan Mather Barone Il y a 3 mois

    Oh my goodness! That photographer had so much patience and gave her so much grace. How is the photographer unprofessional? So crazy. And how can that person not know that most make up artists are paid for their services? They must be living under a rock.

  • C C
    C C Il y a 7 jours

    She said “slave labor” and I literally rolled my eyes and said out loud “I can’t… I can’t.” to my cat and even he gave me side eye.

  • coolwater55
    coolwater55 Il y a 3 mois

    AS someone who has worked menial jobs from young age, to some decent professional jobs, they are all pretty hard. And that means that one is applying themselves to their best ability to learn and do the job well! Once one does know the job well that person can make it "look" easy, but lots of background of experience and education usually goes into that "effortless work"!

  • Cyanide_Lollipop
    Cyanide_Lollipop Il y a an

    Omg! Charlotte, you have your own channel! Since I binged a few io vids, I've decided that you're the best at making me laugh.
    ALSO!
    Whenever the topic is like photoshop fails, and you compliment the original photo, it always strikes me that YOU, m'dear are ultra super mega the prettiest.
    I might have a tiny crush. 😊
    Love, from Seattle 💚💙xo

  • Madykken Luna
    Madykken Luna Il y a 6 mois +1

    Man, that photographer offered a fucking SWEET DEAL to that influencer to do a test shoot! I'd love to collab in that way! TFP is such a brilliant way of working together to make art! 🥰

  • EditorOfSL
    EditorOfSL Il y a 6 mois

    I love how she says “quid” instead of “pound” - lots of non-Brits don’t even know what that means! 👏👏👏

  • alysebell1
    alysebell1 Il y a an

    5:42 as an Australian I had to laugh at this. Africola is a really great restaurant in Adelaide and I think their response was perfect.
    They don’t need a fake plug from Z grade ‘celebrities’ to get ppl through the door lol

  • Anne Brady
    Anne Brady Il y a an +2

    I’m a nurse and watch Charlottes daily vidoes on my lunch break! So thank you for the dose of happy!

    • A. K
      A. K Il y a an

      ....an author who grew up and worked in the same city I did and still live in*
      (Which is Brisbane, Australia. Although I’m PRETTY sure this author lives in NYC at the moment 😊)

    • A. K
      A. K Il y a an

      As my “duty to small businesses doing it rough” - there’s an author who grew up and spent years working as a nurse (in a variety of fields) despite her ‘real love’ being writing. In 2012 she released her first book - a memoir of her time as a nurse in a mishmash of fiction and truth. She is literally THE ONLY AUTHOR WHO HAS EVER MADE ME LAUGH OUT LOUD whilst reading her books (and just FYI, if you like Charlotte’s sense of humour, you’ll enjoy the book). Unfortunately I can’t remember the exact title off the top of my head (something like, “It’s not you nursing, it’s me”) and the author is Kristy Chambers. Do yourself a favour and buy her book about her nursing career (or at least download a sample of it to read). You can promise you will NOT be disappointed!
      (Just to be clear, this author of two books is NOT giving me ANYTHING for telling you how awesome she is lol - I honestly just want to spread the joy of her freaking hysterical nursing memoir!)

  • micajah zajic
    micajah zajic Il y a 11 mois

    Just started watching today, love your videos havrnt laughed this hard in awhile. Thanks 😊

  • Chelsee Kahrovic
    Chelsee Kahrovic Il y a 2 mois

    I just wanted to say thankyou for your videos, they never fail to lift me up emotionally. I just want you to know i really appreciate you and thankyou

  • Shannon Nichols
    Shannon Nichols Il y a an

    That’s a very thoughtful & considerate idea! Literally “pay it forward”! You should start something like this to boost the beginning of a year that ISNT 2020!

  • Robert Cohen
    Robert Cohen Il y a an +2

    I love your help a small business idea! It’s really what people should be doing unfortunately the wonderful influencers tend to think of what can I get out of it for me.

  • Romina Witschnig
    Romina Witschnig Il y a an +429

    Gosh I could tell dozens of stories "influencers" reaching out to me on Instagram to make me draw them for a shout-out as "payment"🤣 40 hours of work for a shout-out??? Sure!🤣🤣🤣

    • NyanDoesThings
      NyanDoesThings Il y a 11 mois +1

      @I rr real friends pay. Or pay extra if they can afford to. I showed a picture of a painting I did to an acquaintance (he's pretty cool, he's my mom's friend and we could probably be better friends without the age gap, I think he's 40 years older) and he asked how much it would cost. I gave him my price ($30; it was one of those paintings where you put paint on it then throw it as hard as you can. It took about an hour and the canvas and paints were both gifts from christmas) and he goes "I'll tell you what, I'll give you $40 for it." My mom did the same once, it was with an oil landscape though that I totally undersold in the first place.

    • kevincarter2020
      kevincarter2020 Il y a an

      Money be green. Money be real

    • Jennifer Ramirez
      Jennifer Ramirez Il y a an +1

      I drew a youtuber once for a shirt contest they were having. Whoever was picked, would be on their merch. My drawing got picked and they said they would send me a free shirt. Never got the shirt..and well I did get some exposure but I felt used after that.

    • Dick Fitzwell
      Dick Fitzwell Il y a an

      My favorite response to people that that is "why dont you go get a spoon so you can eat my ass" I cant stand those people, wanting shit for free because they have 500 followers, some big time influencers. I could get more followers if I lined up next to my dogs when I let them out in the morning and bent a fresh biscuit on the lawn.

    • David Booher
      David Booher Il y a an

      I willingly draw photos I find interesting on Instagram. So far nobody has asked me to draw them. Guess I must not be a very good artist. I’ve painted pictures for friends and coworkers back in the day free of charge, being I thought it was cool for everyone at work to call me “ that awesome artist guy.”
      Very little monetary gain.

  • Wander with Vickers

    I could definitely see you presenting on big TV shows one day! So watchable, relatable and likeable 🙏all the ables!

  • Daniel
    Daniel Il y a 10 mois +1

    Businesses should put notices on they're websites stating "No influencer collaboration solicitations. Any solicitations will be shame posted on entitled influencer pages WITH YOUR NAMES FULLY VISABLE. By contacting us with solicitations, you agree to this in full. If we want to work if you, WE will contact YOU" 😂

  • Robert Thompson
    Robert Thompson Il y a an

    I hadn't seen you in a while, i didn't even know what i enjoyed about watching this channel. Then 3 seconds in and the "Hey everyone!" kicks in. Yup, lol. Full of energy and joy somehow, i don't know, you make sad stuff put a smile to people and i love that. Keep it going, please. :D

  • U.S.A
    U.S.A Il y a an

    Thank you to the editors you all do very good work love it. Peace love and happiness

  • J H
    J H Il y a an +62

    You are a really kind person, Charlotte. Giving great ideas on how to help small businesses. These influencers should take inspiration from you.

  • Emily Fogerty
    Emily Fogerty Il y a 9 mois

    Fun fact: I once had my photo reposted by a local business on Instagram! It was a ceramic painting place and I had posted a picture of the un-fired piece while at the studio. One day, I went on Instagram and saw they had said something in regards to it. I thought it was just a reply (I geotagged them)... but nope! They actually shared my piece! They posted my work on their page!!! I am not worthyyyy! Like some of the stuff they'd reposted was INCREDIBLE and like WAYYY better than anything I could ever make. Glazes are not my forte, so this was a HUGE compliment. It actually took several notifications for me to realize it was from THEIR account, I thought it was just someone replying to my post. Ohhh, when I realized I was SO excited!! To this day, still extremely proud.

  • Maya Karampalasi
    Maya Karampalasi Il y a 10 mois

    Charlotte, you are THE BEST FRclip channel I've ever discovered and now I'm watching your videos non stop! Honestly, we could be friends😂😂

  • SkyDaddio
    SkyDaddio Il y a an

    That's exactly what I get for being a creep. I clicked on the video mostly for the thumbnail and then find out that it was blurred/emoji covering the part I wanted to see. Either way great job as always Charlotte.

  • Me
    Me Il y a 25 jours

    I appreciate how some of the locally owned restaurants where I live offer discounts after you spend a certain amount of money there. But even if they didn't, I'd still go there. Because I enjoy their food/drinks. I cannot imagine messaging them and demanding that they supply me with free stuff. I mean, I love free stuff, but to DEMAND free stuff is just a dick move.

  • Angel Brumfield
    Angel Brumfield Il y a an +654

    When Charlotte says "hey everybody" I feel happier 😆

    • That80sGuy1972
      That80sGuy1972 Il y a an

      @isaiah parry Everyone is if they become popular, just like a fart or perfume smelled in a room. The reaction to it fades just as fast as it is gained unless it becomes constant. It's a pseudo-celebrity status. That was to be expected since the 90s once the internet went from being adults to being teenagers as who control the tone and dim-down.

    • isaiah parry
      isaiah parry Il y a an

      You a social influencer?

    • That80sGuy1972
      That80sGuy1972 Il y a an +1

      Same here... and I like how she knows online "influencer" is a mere popular online person, via a troll to a beloved icon. They are nobodies that actually have the modern spotlight shine upon them FOR NOW. In my day, two of the most popular online people were GOD and MOFO. That was the 80s, they were akin to Rusty and Eedie. They were not as hot a Pyromania and Isepic, the best game hacking crews (I knew of) ever at the time who had the best loading screens. Do any of you reading this nowadays online know any of them? I suspect the answer is "no". I suspect that most people who think of "influencer" don't even know about BBS's and consider "camwhores" or "social media divas" a joke anymore... thinking of those "jokes" as the norm.
      I was in the room when Twitter was being brainstormed for its social media name. The name "Twit User" was the project name. It bounced around a lot, "Twitter" was pretty much a joke name that was popular before I was fired. I was shocked when it became a real name of a real social media thing that actually succeeded. It was then that I decided that mouse jockeys were not the stupidest online people, stupid people online were as common and possibly more so where a voice is given as real life... people too timid to bellow out absurdities can do so via Twit User and not get beaten bloody if they did it in real social interactions if they did so. So, Twitter (Twit User) gave greater insulation against moronic trolls than Fight Book (Facebook) ever could.

    • max Max
      max Max Il y a an

      U should go to a doctor...

    • laurajeanvalentine
      laurajeanvalentine Il y a an

      So, I'm not on FRclip and I'm not being rude, do you have sponsors? Do you get paid by the commercials that run during "breaks" I have no idea how this works. I'm confused. I don't know how one would live off of products given for recommending a product? No disrespect

  • JT26blue
    JT26blue Il y a 10 mois

    I can't stand th fact that we live in a world where "influencer" is a thing. My life has been missing someone who is no better than me to judge what I say, do and wear. F that.

  • Glamour N' Nail
    Glamour N' Nail Il y a 11 mois

    As the wife of a web developer/programmer, the "How hard can it be to code?" made go into fight mode. Oh hell no!

  • Miss Rose Noir
    Miss Rose Noir Il y a mois

    That photographer was generous as hell to offer TFP like that! They spent too much time on a choosing beggar. As a model and photographer, I say hell nay to them.

  • Darwinsmom
    Darwinsmom Il y a an

    Your request that your subscribers support local small business so they can survive this pandemic is pretty much right on the money for what I have come to expect from you! I second what Charlotte says!

  • Myranda Henderson
    Myranda Henderson Il y a an

    That photographer went above and beyond for the person that contacted them. A lot more patience than me!!! Sounds like a person that people need more of in their life as in genuinely nice. 🙃

  • ErIka Russell
    ErIka Russell Il y a an

    I like every video she does before I even watch the intro. I just know if it’s Charlotte, imma love it. ALL THAT SASS!! ❤️❤️❤️

  • AFmedic6871
    AFmedic6871 Il y a an

    OMG! I keep thinking of that line. "A rose by any other name ....."
    Calling yourself an "Influencer" does not change the fact that you are nothing more than a Moocher, Panhandler, Grifter, etc....

  • Fletcher Malone
    Fletcher Malone Il y a an

    These influencers annoy me but they can be addictive! That “Follow Me, I’m Crazy” book does a good job of making fun of them. Funny stuff 🤣

  • Ms. Puddin
    Ms. Puddin Il y a an +224

    Why don't these "influencers" let companies and businesses reach out to them, instead of begging for things and using people 😑🤦🏽‍♀️

    • Red headed Sojourner
      Red headed Sojourner Il y a mois

      @JayLeeBeanz you're a "micro influencer", a niche market. Tell this to sponsors.

    • TheSnep
      TheSnep Il y a 3 mois

      @John Strickland The point is that these "influencers" are going to the companies wanting free stuff in exchange for some lousy like or whatever. It's not the company approaching the person wanting to be advertised. There's a difference.

    • Bridget Rodriguez
      Bridget Rodriguez Il y a 4 mois

      Because they have no other way to reach out

    • JayLeeBeanz
      JayLeeBeanz Il y a 9 mois +1

      Becsuse companies couldn't care less about their 500-8k subscribers with half of them inactive and half of them bots. The amount of likes their post get on average is a lot more important for a number, I'm close to 500 subscribers, I get maybe 10 likes, I'm not even sure if all those are from my subscribers, how many of those are even old enough to make online purchases and then if I were to market a product, how many of those were actually interested in it.
      So, the number of exposure I'd be able to give would be pretty close to zero.
      Sponsor me now!

    • Loz _GS
      Loz _GS Il y a 10 mois

      This!

  • Persephone Black
    Persephone Black Il y a 10 mois +2

    That photographer was a Saint and the person responding was some kind of hell spawn. Sweet Jesus.

  • Kim Lu
    Kim Lu Il y a an

    i worked for a high end restaurant in nyc for a few years. I use to get these stupid requests all the time. I wish I was able to respond the way I wanted but I had to be professional. You'll be amazed by which celebrities ask for free meals for post also. Word of advice, if the business don't reach out to you, don't approach them.

  • Jeff Lea
    Jeff Lea Il y a 11 mois

    I stumbled across your videos while aimlessly wandering around the FRclip. They are very funny and your reactions are entertaining. Thanks for a series of amusing interludes!

  • stevepd1
    stevepd1 Il y a an

    Glad YT recommended you. You are hilarious and there's nothing sexier than a woman with a great sense of humor. Keep calling out all those entitled narcissists. Oh, by the way, can I interest you in a collab.......