When I first got started with Roku I had hoped to use it for YouTube, but later found out that YouTube didn't really work with Roku; however, they've recently added a YouTube channel that I have been getting a lot of enjoyment out of. I don't check for "new" channels often and don't really keep up on Roku news, so maybe this has been available longer than I realize, but it's a recent addition for me.
The YouTube channel isn't dreamy, but it's tolerable. It works better if you go ahead and register/sync your device to your YouTube account. It works even better (most of the time) if you browse YouTube on your smartphone, then link to your Roku to play the video on your TV. (It's easier to search using smartphone than the Roku/YouTube search where you hunt & peck the alphabet.)
So, somehow in between my recent rekindled love of Morten Harket (formerly of a-ha) and the obsessive video watching that ensued, I happened upon Grav3yardgirl. You see, if you watch a video on the YouTube channel on Roku, when one video ends, it will start another after a few seconds and somehow it decided to play one of her "Does this thing really work?" videos.
I'm ever-so-skeptical of As Seen on TV products, so I let the video play. My first reaction to Bunny was that she was a little crazy. Then, before judgement set in, I realized that I TOO am a little crazy so maybe that isn't such a bad thing.
Long story still reasonably long, it's been a couple of weeks now and I'm thoroughly and completely 100% addicted to her YouTube channel. This weekend, I taught my mom (& attempted to teach the cat) the art of "Sippy Sippy". I must warn you, this art needs some practice as, even for Bunny, I've noticed that sometimes Sippy Sippy turns into Chokey Coughy.
Being a rather portly dinosaur, I'm not that much into fashion. My arms are too short to apply makeup, so I'm not into that either (a-la T-Rex trying); however, I even really like watching her videos about makeup and clothes and the death-machine shoes she likes to wear.
It might not be your "thang" but I'd recommend you take a look at her channel and see if you like it. It's hard to pick a video to share, so I'll just post the last one I watched.