I play a lot of roles at Smile TV, and one of the most important is to play a very good talent scout for smiles. I know what it takes to be a very good talented human-person for smiles, so I search in many different places to find the best. Today, I have brought the Twin brothers to the Smile Set so they can Twog.
I did meet the Twog brothers from the internet, and they gave me treats, which I love. They look very much like each other. Most people look very much like each other, but these two were way much more the same. Because they gave me treats, I told them about my very good twin vlogging idea for watchers. It is called twogging because they are twin vlogging brothers who Twog.
Their Twog tasted as fresh as a piece of beef, so I took them into our green screen studio for smiles. Sandy will be so pleased to see what good talent I have found for Smile TV. The Twog brothers smiled bigly for the camera and talked about all sorts of fun things, like Bigfoot and living at home, and the Superbowl, which is named after a ball! My favorite! Next to treats, of course.
Everything sounds good to my very sensitive dog ears. It is kibble in my ear. That is very good because both Twog brothers play the musical sounds that make people smile. I told them they should come play their musical sounds for their Twog. That will make everybody smile. And then they will give me treats.
Twogging is a very new thing for Smile TV. This will be our very first green screen series for watchers, so I am very excited for it. I am always excited for new Smile TV shows because they put everyone in a better mood, and when everyone is more smiling, they give me more treats!
After a long, long, long shoot without time for treats, the Twog video is ready to be edited. I put my very good editing dog for videos skills to the test. What a great time I am having. I can’t wait to see how these videos turn out.
Make sure you watch the first Sophie-edited Twog this Friday at 4:00 PM! Let me know what you think, because I will be treated for my work! Leave a comment or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.