Here are two things I hate: Flash mob public proposals and that “Happy” song. Here is one thing I love: Middle-aged people in love. Meet Mark Keller, Tammy Snapp, and the cutest proposal of this year.
The talents of Us the Duo are pretty impressive, as seen in this video of the couple performing a condensed 2014 greatest hits list. But what's more impressive than that to me are the people who are actually so musically savvy and on top of current hits they recognize and can name every song and artist.
Seven Pharrell Williams fans are going to jail and receiving lashes for singing “Happy” in a viral video — this is not a joke. Three unveiled girls sang and danced with three boys — and one guy filmed it — and this is what it got them.
Residents of a retirement community in New Zealand made their own version of Pharrell's "Happy" video and it is wonderful.
The three women and three men arrested for making a video of them dancing to Pharrell's song "Happy" have reportedly been released from custody.
A video posted on YouTube by six Iranians who proclaim themselves "Tehran Pharell Williams fans" has gotten said individuals arrested.
Just so everyone is clear—yes this is definitely the work of a mad comedic genius on Twitter and no we didn't unearth some secret, hidden "journal" belonging to Pharrell. But still, it's pretty damn funny!
Tonight, if you need to chill out, have some wine and a good cry, let this "Woodkid Sad Remix" of "Happy" — seen on Stereogum — be your soundtrack.
This kitchen music wizard performs Pharrell's "Happy" using nothing but wine glasses and some pots and pans and the results are pretty wonderful.
At midnight, Pharrell launched "the world's first 24 hour music video" for "Happy," his insanely catchy song for Despicable Me 2. The song itself is roughly four minutes, which means that this song will play somewhere around 360 times with a different person dancing around each time! Of course, Pharrell is back at…
It's no shock that showing empathy for your partner leads to a better relationship. What's a little more interesting, though, is that men and women seem to value different kinds of empathy: in a new study, women cared more about their partner understanding their negative emotions, whereas guys were more concerned with…
[Jayca writes: "It's a happy cherry! Found it this morning while chomping through a bag of juicy red goodness. Unfortunate picture highlights my nicotine-stained, also-chomped-on fingers, but happy cherry is still awesome!" Image via the Jezebel mailbox.]
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