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Tags: Cats, Featured Video, Vacuum Kitty
Tags: Awesome, Disney, Featured Video, Heather Traska, Medley, Music, One Women A Capella Disney Medley, Part 2, Video
You might recall that one of my all-time favorite videos on YouTube is Heather Traska’s “One Woman A Capella Disney Medley.” It’s quite possibly the most intricate and well put together video I’ve ever seen.
And guess what? She just released her second one! It features a lot more villains, including a quick cameo of her as Hades. If you know anything about me, you’ll know my love for Disney’s Hercules has no bounds.
Check out part two right here!
Which was your favorite part?
Tags: Adorable, Animals, Baby Animals, Bear, Cute, Featured Video, Funny, Never Ending Sneezing Bear
Wednesday’s post was a bit heavy, and in the wake of everything, I think we all need a dose of cuteness, don’t you?
I literally can’t stop watching this video. And I can’t stop laughing. HE’S SO ADORABLE.
Tags: After Ever After, Ariel, Belle, Disney, Featured, Jasmine, Jon Cozart, Music, Paint, Pocahontas, Video
I just couldn’t help myself as soon as I saw this video. I had to share it with you guys.
Hilarious and obviously talented, this guy is spot on with the lyrics to these songs. I love the way he executed it too!
Which one was your favorite? I’m pretty particular to Pocahontas’. I hope he does a second one!
(P.S. This guy is really clever. Check out his YouTube channel.)
Tags: Awesome, best violin solo ever, Featured Video, Girl plays three instruments at once, Music, piano, Video, Violin
What I wouldn’t give to play ONE of these instruments HALF as well as she does.
Do you ever feel like some people are just too talented for their own good?
Tags: Botlahle, Poetry, South Africa. South Africa's Got Talent
“Every day we read stories about our troubled youth, and if you are our future, then what a glorious future South Africa has.”
It doesn’t matter if you are South African or not, this video is one of the most beautiful and touching things I’ve ever seen. If she is our future, then what a glorious future this world has.
Thanks to Michal for posting this to her Facebook page.
Tags: Art, Featured Video, Space, Space Painter, Spray Paint, Street Art, Super Sprayer
I’m just going to let the video speak for itself:
As someone who struggles to make a decent stick figure, this blows my mind. HOW DOES HE DO THAT? A better question would be: how does he do that with a couple of cans of spray paint, an old lid, and some magazine pages?
I’ve seen a few of these in action, and they’re captivating to watch. Have you seen any done live?
Tags: Alice's Restaurant, Arlo Guthrie, Featured Video, Original, Song, Thanksgiving
It’s a little late (when am I ever on time with anything??), but I just had to share this song.
It’s a Thanksgiving tradition between me and my dad, and we can’t go a Thanksgiving without listening to it. I’m not sure how widely known the song is (I showed it to my boss who I felt SURE would have heard it before and hadn’t), so I figured I’d pass it along.
Also, my week is swamped, and I need an easy post to go up.
“Alice’s Restaurant” by Arlo Guthrie
(Warning: Yes, the song is nearly 20 minutes long.)
So, what do you think? Have you heard it before? If not, did you find it funny or just really, really long?
Tags: Art, Art History, Art Snob, Featured Video, Modern Art, Pre-Raphaelites, Surrealists, The Grumpy Guide to Art
A friend of mine from college (a fellow art history major) passed this video along to me and I just had to share it with you guys.
You know I’m an advocate for taking subjects that are normally very boring and turning them around so that they’re interesting. Art history can definitely be one of those stuffy topics that people usually steer clear from.
What’s great about the video below is that it teaches you how to sound like you know a lot about art. You can put in a minimal amount of effort and still sound like an art snob! How cool is that?
The video is about 30 minutes long, but it’s pretty funny. It’ll also give you some basics about Pre-Raphaelites and Surrealists, not to mention some modern works as well.
Did you make it through the whole thing? What did you think? Do you have a favorite line? (Mine is the one about the three nymphs, LOL.)