janellacus:

jellysnack:

Australian cast of The Lion King sings on a plane.  Because actors are nerds no matter where they are.

Are tears what you wanted because that was fucking beautiful.



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thismysfit:

pardonmewhileipanic:

c0rtn3y-carma:

hdawg1995:

ethannakashimava:

weirdgirlsseries:

All-girl barber shop quartet nails it!

Guys. Guys… Did I ever tell you how much I love barbershop quartets and women who can sing? Oh geez. This is too much.

HALEY LOOK WHAT SHOWED UP ON MY DASH!

Guys…. I don’t think you understand how unbelievable this is… There was not one intonation problem in this entire performance. That’s…. well it’s …

i’m here for this

Reblogging again just to emphasize: These ladies are singing an extreeeeemely complex arrangement, and their intonation and tempo is so clean it shines. I just. Can’t. Stop. Watching it.



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zandraart:

Disney and Pixar Sings Let it Go
Recorded and produced by Seth O’Neal


 


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hughvaljean:

if you’re ever feelin homesick for the big apple, here’s some nyc livestreams:

  • skyline (x)
  • times square (x)
  • 5th avenue (x)
  • midtown (x)
  • nyc skyline from the top of the statue of liberty (x)
  • wall street (charging bull statue) (x)
  • lower manhattan (x)
  • little italy (x)
  • statue of liberty (x)

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goatcorporation:

I’m still watching this



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heytinafey:

THIS IS THE FUNNIEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN



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svveden:

no drummer has shit on this dude



woahpippip


klartie:

dad NO



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prozacmorning:

punch-a-your-buns:

alskgirl:

shaydee604:

This is what happens when white guys listen to Indian music

holy shit

whenever I’m feeling sad I just watch this video.

I was not expecting that level of choreography or that they would actually know the words.  This is awesome.





badtvblog:

Don’t watch this if you’re soaked in gasoline because it will warm your heart and you will burn to death and die.



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shoulderkeyroyalty:

legolas-the-house-elf:

fuks:

holy f

IVE PROBABLY BEEN LAUGHING AT THIS FOR TEN MINUTES STRAIGHT

I STARTED LAUGHING UNCONTROLLABLY ANF MY PARENTS RAN UPSTAIRS THINKING I GOT HURT DNDBJSJDBT



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storiesbycandlelight:

dancing-mylife-away:

literally the best ice skating i have ever seen in my entire life

at the end i was literally applauding from my bed

OMFG ASDFKj the way he ldskajf and he is SO HAPPY YOU CAN TELL you can tell when he’s skating and he hears the crowd he just gETS BETTER



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riseofthedaleks:

This airline asked people what they wanted for Christmas and then gave them whatever it was at their arrival destination. how cool!

well this made me sob



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Find the Invisible Cow 

petetintenebris:

soloontherocks:

euclase:

there-were-giants:

This is possibly the stupidest game I’ve ever played and yet I played it for longer than I’m willing to admit

I LOVE THIS GAME

WHAT THE FUCK

LMFAO





errolwiththepost:

San Francisco Transforms Into Gotham City For Boy’s Batman Wish

A young leukemia patient realized his dream to become Batman for a day as an army of volunteers transformed part of San Francisco into ‘Gotham City’ Friday.

5-year-old Miles Scott from Siskiyou County traversed the city Friday, maneuvering through huge throngs of admirers as a superhero named “Batkid,” fighting crime with the help of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Volunteers, businesses, the San Francisco Giants and even the city’s mayor and police department all pitched in to make the adventure as realistic as possible.

Miles has become an internet sensation as the project which has taken on a life of its own through social media. The 5-year-old was diagnosed with leukemia when he was 20 months old and ended chemotherapy treatment in June, with the cancer now in remission, Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area executive director Patricia Wilson said.

“He already battled a villain in real life. He fought cancer and won,” Wilson said.

Just after 10 a.m. Friday, Miles emerged from a Union Square garage in the Batmobile, accompanied by a second Batmobile,  in front of a throng of onlookers, well-wishers and reporters held back by police barriers.

The vehicles — two black Lamborghinis with Batman decals –  were escorted by police, who also blocked off roads.

“There’s going to be mayhem and it’s going to be wonderful mayhem and love,” Wilson said. “I’ve been at Make-A-Wish for 15 years and never did I think something like this would be possible.”

Miles had some help…in the form of a full-sized Batman – played by inventor and acrobat Eric Johnston – encouraging him along the way as he confronted dastardly foes like the Riddler and the Penguin.

There was a damsel in distress saved on the Hyde Street cable car tracks, and the Riddler was foiled after trying to rob a bank vault on Montgomery Street.

The duo scrambled to Nob Hill to save the damsel, who was facing an oncoming cable car at Green and Hyde streets as the crowd yelled “Go Batkid!”

Miles untied the damsel, who had been tied to a green box filled with question marks by the “The Riddler,” one of Batman’s villains.

People also crowded around the Financial District as the duo entered a bank at 550 Montgomery St. to look for the Riddler.

Inside they found the famed villain, who tried to steal jewelry and money but Miles locked him in a barred room with nowhere to escape.

Then during a quick lunch near Union Square, the next crime involved the evil Penguin kidnapping Giants mascot Lou Seal before our hero’s eyes.

The pair made their way to AT&T Park. After a series of obstacle courses at the park’s promenade level, Miles slid down the Coca Cola bottle slide to find “The Penguin” at the end.

Lou Seal was found tied up to a batting cage nearby at a small baseball diamond for children and Miles came to the rescue and set the mascot free.

Batman and Batkid then arrived to City Hall, where Miles proudly waved a fist in the air as hundreds of people cheered him on with a hero’s welcome as he stood on stage at Civic Center Plaza.

A plane flew overhead with the message “Wishes do come true SF Batkid.”

Friday’s caped crusades ended with a special honor – a key to the city – from San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee at City Hall. President Barack Obama even acknowledged his efforts in a video posted on Twitter.

Organizers hoped Friday’s day-long celebration of Miles will give him new powers. “Some new skills, to face things that are changing too fast, that you’re not sure how it’s going to go and just charge into it doing backflips,” said Johnston.

The Make-A-Wish Foundation, which turns dreams into reality for sick children, used social media to describe Miles’ journey throughout the city on Friday. People can follow along using the hashtag #SFBatkid on Twitter.

“This wish has meant closure for our family and an end to over three years of putting toxic drugs in our son’s body,” Miles’ mother Natalie said in a statement. “This wish has become kind of a family reunion and is our celebration of his treatment completion.”

More information on how to donate to the foundation, can be found online at http://sf.wish.org/news-and-events/news/wish-news/batman. (x)


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