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Other notable sketches include Mixed Nuts — a video depicting what she would call "a typical family discussion" which was later awarded with the second place in the 2006 You Tube Video Awards for Best Comedy — and Mac Beautiful, her first musical video, an ironic cover of the song You're Beautiful by James Blunt praising the beauty and efficiency of her 12" Apple Power Book computer.Gambito later broadcast two videos containing original songs.In May of the same year, she became one of the first You Tube users accepted into You Tube's revenue sharing program.Gambito's performances typically include comedy sketches in which she impersonates members of her family. As Gambito has stated repeatedly in her videos, she is notably one of the very few top users acting, filming, editing and producing her shorts completely on her own.What a FABULOUSLY FUN time we are going to have LAUGHING at @Cobbs Comedy Club tomorrow!! 😲🙌🏼🇵🇭 pic.twitter.com/chh Bo H3bc A ⚠️ LIMITED TICKETS LEFT! Can't wait to see you all at my stand up this Sunday, May 5!!🤗💕 Kid friendly, clean comedy and the minimum age is 8 yrs! bit.ly/2V5K0RN **For other tour dates, go to: happyslip.com/tour pic.twitter.com/0y Zcm Mcw Yj Familiar scenario with @Rina Parrilla G.Christine Gambito - known to her hundreds of thousands of online fans by her You Tube handle, Happy Slip - describes her inauspicious foray into stardom like this: "All my life, my family has asked me to do these imitations of them.Whenever we all get together, after we pig out, and everyone's fat and bored, they'd say, 'Christine, get up there, do your imitation of Auntie!
In March 2007, Gambito's video Mixed Nuts was nominated for the 2006 You Tube Video Awards for Best Comedy,resulting in the second place.
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Gambito attributes her nickname "Happy Slip" to her Filipino mother's mispronunciation of "half slip": "As a child, my Filipino mom would always remind me to wear a half-slip with skirts.
However, the way she would pronounce the phrase was misleading: "Your hap e-slip! " So I naturally went around calling the thing a 'happy slip,' until friends at school corrected me by asking if I had a 'sad slip' as well.