Smile Squad - Review
I have been watching Smile Squad for over a year now and am going to review this.
Smile Squad Skits
These skits are amazing. They are run by Markian, Kurt, and Sam. The skits can be on anything from "what's it like to have a Japenese Boyfriend" or "What's it like to have a friend from Florida". When Covid-19 hit they also did some skits on lockdown as well. The skits are very light-hearted and very funny. Even when they do a skit around a serious issue it is done tastefully. It really helps to lighten the mood.
Smile Squad Interviews
I have seen some videos from Smile Squad where they have interacted with people from different backgrounds to see what life is like for them. These interviews have included with a Drag Queen, someone with a disability, someone with a stammer. These videos are very informative and done in an amazing way to bring important messages out. I, in fact was encouraged to have a conversation with my line manager when I watched the interview with someone who stammers.
Random Acts of Kindness
The new project that Smile Squad has started is doing something nice for people who have been nominated to have a random act of kindness from the Smile Squad.
These videos are absolutely amazing. When you look at what people are being nominated for you can see why they are being nominated. It is so nice and special in a world where COVID is running wild, showing some random acts of kindness is brilliant. I love watching these and they are taking very good steps to protect themselves and the people they are doing something nice people.
In summary, I find it amazing to see influencers who are not being self-centered and doing things to make the world smile. Their extended work is now also sharing good vibes with the world. Honestly completely amazing and recommend anyone and everyone to watch.
Everyone check it out, you can find the videos here:
5 stars (Max I will be giving out for in reviews)
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