YouTube production "Ordinary Things"

Well extraordinary things do happen, a real-life YouTuber wandered into the studio the other day and asked if he could do a green screen shoot.

I have to say I didn’t know what to expect, a proffesional Youtuber!!

What a delight to meet a first class YouTuber with a first class YouTube channel "Ordanry Things". Ordanry Things, takes down the every day, Hell,  Bitcoin, GameStop, AirPods, Exams GAYA and the list goes on . The every day researched and torn to pieces. Our mans journalism is well researched and delivered with no holes barred.

Go you Youtuber ! We love you !


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