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ASMR Typing on 3 Different Keyboards [Black Widow, Ornata Chroma, Apple]

HEAR ME OUT ----- I partnered with GFuel so use code GIBI for 30% off your order on anything at https://gfuel.com/ !

I figured it was appropriate to match this with a keyboard typing sounds vid LOL my personal favorite is the Razer Ornata Chroma. I'm going to put amazon affiliate links next to the timestamps here in case anyone wants to order one, you can support the channel at the same time.

Timestaaaamps!
1:33 - Intro/GFuel
4:55 - Razer Black Widow Keyboard Sounds (https://amzn.to/2yp4E2K)
12:54 - Razer Ornata Chroma Keyboard Sounds
(https://amzn.to/2S2aj6K)
21:53 - Apple Bluetooth Keyboard
(https://amzn.to/2ypPJ8x)


More info about GFUEL.... I like to be very open about my sponsors so when GFuel contacted me I was like "hmmm I've never tried the product". Cue them sending me SO MUCH GFUEL and me ~consuming~ so much GFuel over the past month to test it out and see what I thought.... results = great! If you saw me drinking it on my Twitch stream the other week you see it makes me quite energized LMAOOO
I get very tired during the day and usually drink a lot of coffee. I really like GFuel because it tastes a lot more...fun?!?! and has extra ingredients in it that made me feel an extra kick that I personally like, like Taurine for example. I did do some research on the contents, like the sweeteners used etc., and I was pleased with the result. Please do your own research and understand that this is an energy drink and you do need to consume responsibly.
My personal favorite flavors were the more dessert-centered ones like cotton candy, strawberry shortcake, and omg rainbow sherbet SO GOOD. But there are so many to choose from and trying different kinds is half the fun!
Anyway, just wanted to write this little blurb expanding my thoughts since it's a new product for me to be sponsored by! Let me know if any of you try it out c:

ENJOY, SLEEP WELL, and see you in the next video!

I’m now on Spotify! Listen while your phone is off :) https://open.spotify.com/artist/56r9ccCkwBCSDHIYviwhcv
Apple Music & Other Social links down below!

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My upload schedule:
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I donate regularly to The Brain and Behavior Research Foundation. I highly recommend it! They give grants to scientists who do studies to better understand and treat mental illnesses.
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The last ASMR video to help me sleep:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhVeIgRoud8&t=43s

xxGibi
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Find me on the internet!
►SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/artist/56r9ccCkwBCSDHIYviwhcv
►APPLE MUSIC: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/gibi-asmr/1...

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