Everything is better with Cats! Even commercials. A couple of them I have seen before, but I never get tired of them because, cats! Hope you enjoy this video as much as I did. Thank you to Sunshine bright for bringing it to my attention!
Source: Ten Enjoyable Cat Commercials
This ad from John Lewis Insurance Co. really hits home. A young girl plays ballerina to the Elton John song “Tiny Dancer”. Sit back, hit play and enjoy.
I will admit that I am not up on most of what goes on in “Viral World”. This morning, while responding to a question submitted by a fellow ME/CFS sufferer, I decided to visit her facebook page. The first thing I looked at was:
Well, anything with cats gets my interest, but I was curious about where the music came from. After some research, I found out about Eduard Khil, known as the Trololo Man. Here is the original video:
What I also found was a plethora of other takes on his unique styling. All I found vastly amusing. Some I have included below.
This next one is a tribute to the singer, as he passed away in 2012. I am sure he is smiling still at the happiness his music has inspired. I guess you can say this little blog is my tribute to Mr. Khil, who certainly made me smile, and even laugh! 😀
Trololo even gave “Lord of the Rings” a chuckle factor:
And if you do not watch this “Harry Potter” Trololo tribute, you are doing yourself a disservice (go for it and pay close attention to the facial expressions in this cut, as Voldemort sings.)
There is a video going viral highlighting a father and his 4-yr-old daughter dancing to “Shake It Off”. It is cute beyond words.
Less known is the video of the same duo dancing to “All About That Bass”. I think it is funnier, although there is less cuteness factor. The father, rather than the daughter, is the main performer. (It also is much shorter, so maybe my attention span has something to do with my critique.}
In the interest of fairness, I offer you both. You decide which video you prefer. Enjoy! 🙂
Found this on Facebook, while visiting my brother’s timeline. A wonderful, down to earth, musical tribute to all our veterans and solders, from a pair of soldiers. Their country music band is called Patten and Goff and they are from Fort Eustis, Virginia.
If you enjoy it, please spread it around.
This was just brilliant! Twenty different styles of the same song, spanning from raucous to pop to oldies. True talent!
Enjoy! (Warning: Not for the fans of Abba-lol)