Buckingham Palace showed how deep their love is for Barry Gibb, the only living member of the Bee Gees, by knighting him in honor of his work in music and charity. Prince Charles performed the ceremony on Tuesday. The 71-year-old pop singer and songwriter dedicated his knighthood to his late siblings in a moving speech.
Try not to die of cuteness from watching these four fluffy puppos strutting to “Stayin’ Alive” on an airport autowalk. I don’t know the full story here but this is quality content that needs to be shared far and wide.
Been wondering what is happening on Filipino television? Wonder no more. They’re dressing up pre-pubescent boys to look like The Bee Gees and then having them cover the band’s 1979 hit, “Too Much Heaven.” I kid you not. Just look: This clip is from Your Face Sounds Familiar, a show that features celebrities impersonating singers. […]
Behold the video genius of In Misery Seek Root Beer. It’s the best example of the “x over North Koreans marching” YouTube microgenre, mostly because the creator bothered to synchronic step and beat. But here’s the original master:
Whether you own or rent your place, insurance on that home is a necessary hassle – but a new tech-driven company called Lemonade is starting to show that while it might indeed be a necessity, it doesn’t have to be a hassle. Here’s the way insurance typically works: You pay premiums and hope an accident never happens. […]
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Admit it…even having a pocket knife within reach at a moment’s notice makes you feel a little like James Bond, right? Like, if you run up against a locked vault or a sinister superweapon, all you’d need are a couple of hand-held tools to diffuse the whole situation and save the world. Look, we don’t […]