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Monty Python Song is the Brits’ Funeral Favorite

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Monty Python Song is the Brits’ Funeral Favorite

Who gets the last laugh? The British it seems, after a study out Friday revealed that Monty Pythons “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” is the most-played song at funerals in the United Kingdom.

The relentlessly optimistic song was written by comedian Eric Idle and first appeared in Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life in 1983. The song tickled the funny bone of a generation with the juxtaposition of its lyrics—“If life seems jolly rotten, there’s something you’ve forgotten, and that’s to laugh and smile and dance and sing”—and the characters singing it in the comedy classic, a chorus of people being crucified on a hillside.

The findings come from a survey of more than 30,000 funerals in the UK by The Co-operative Funeralcare.

The irreverent track pushed out more traditional songs for the No. 1 spot, including “The Lord is My Shepherd” and “Abide with Me.”

The song lyrics do strike a particularly comforting note for a funeral.

For life is quite absurd
And death #8217;s the final word
You must always face the curtain
with a bow
Forget about your sin – give the
audience a grin
Enjoy it – it’s your last chance
anyhow.

So always look on the bright side… of death

Other hit classics to make the Top 10 Most-Played list in the humor category include “Another One Bites the Dust” by Queen, “Ring of Fire,” by Johnny Cash, “Bat Out of Hell ” by Meat Loaf, and The Trammps’ “Disco Inferno”—“Buuuurn baby burn!”

Well played, Britain Well played.

Here’s a video of the folks from Monty Python singing this very song for one of their own.

 

 

 

This Homer Simpson Statue Made Out of Junk Food Is the Perfect Tribute to Homer Simpson

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This Homer Simpson Statue Made Out of Junk Food Is the Perfect Tribute to Homer Simpson


Some people get a statue, others an honorary plaque. For Homer Simpson, who has for nearly three decades shared with us his low-brow gastronomical obsessions, it doesn’t get any more fitting than a replica fashioned from junk food.

Mandatory.com constructed “The Essence of Homer,” complete with Duff Beer, from gummy bears, powdered doughnuts, licorice, marshmallows, saltwater taffy and pancakes. The video is part of a series called “Fast Food Formations” (they also constructed a football stadium out of Slim Jims and balogna sandwiches), the gluttonous messages of which the site counters with a donation to a charity that aims to end childhood hunger.

There’s no one who deserves his likeness made from doughnuts more than the man who sold his soul to the devil in exchange for a single frosted doughnut.

Watch Chris Pratt, Lena Dunham and Other Celebrities Read Mean Tweets About Themselves

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Watch Chris Pratt, Lena Dunham and Other Celebrities Read Mean Tweets About Themselves

One of Jimmy Kimmel’s favorite things to do on his show is to recruit a bunch of celebrities to read mean tweets about themselves. They usually read the messages then stare, despondent, into the camera. Or they just laugh. Or they shoot back with an equally mean quip. Either way, the recurring segment is always highly entertaining.

On Thursday’s show, Kimmel rounded up a new batch of A-listers, including Chris Pratt, Lena Dunham, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ty Burrell and more. Even though this is the eighth installment of the recurring gag, it somehow has yet to get old. Of course, that could be because some of these tweets may have been dreamt up by Kimmel’s writers rather than by real-life mean tweeters.

Oh, special shoutout to Chloë Grace Moretz, one of TIME’s most influential teens of 2014, for the solid quip she fires back to a very mean tweet.

Watch This 100-Year-Old-Woman See the Ocean for the First Time

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Watch This 100-Year-Old-Woman See the Ocean for the First Time

Ruby Holt had one wish for her 101st birthday: to see the ocean for the very first time.

She had spent most of her life working on a farm and raising four children in rural Tennessee and could never afford to take a 400-mile trip to the coast, the Associated Press reports.

But when Holt’s assisted-living center got in contact with the Wish of a Lifetime organization she was whisked away on an all-expenses-paid trip to the Gulf of Mexico.

“I’ve heard people talk about it and how wonderful it was and wanted to see it, but I never had the opportunity to do so,” she said.

Holt had been provided with a motorized wheelchair with thicker tires to roll on the sand. She was also able to take a walk along the beach and feel the sea on her toes.

Her reaction? “It’s cold,” she said.

Read more at the Associated Press.

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Watch This TV Reporter Get Hit in the Head by a Flying Skateboard

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Watch This TV Reporter Get Hit in the Head by a Flying Skateboard

Mike Amor, the U.S. bureau chief for Australia’s Seven Network, was reporting from a skate park in Los Angeles when a rogue skateboard walloped him in the head. From the looks of the people around it was pretty painful, but displaying true antipodean pluck, Amor walked away with just a bump.

4 Possible Explanations for That Mysterious Flash of Light Over Russia

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4 Possible Explanations for That Mysterious Flash of Light Over Russia

The sky above Russia’s remote Sverdlovsk region erupted in light last Friday, and despite it having been captured on numerous video recordings—particularly dashboard cameras, it seems—no one seems to know what the flash of light was.

Theories abound, ranging from the reasonable to the completely nonsensical. We’ve collected the most interesting, but first, some of the video footage:

1. Meteor

An explosion that took as long as the one captured on Friday (about 10 seconds) could have been a meteor burning up in the atmosphere, as one astronomer told 66.Ru, according to the Christian Science Monitor. “Looks like a falling bolide,” or meteorite, which evaded detection by the usual array of watchers before hitting our atmosphere, said astronomer Viktor Grokhovsky. Russia, of course, is no stranger to explosive meteors being caught on film. But meteorites usually explode white after streaking across the sky, and whatever this one was didn’t. Marco Langbroek of the Dutch Meteor Society told a meteor blog, “I doubt this one is a meteor.”

2. Military explosion

Was the military were behind the flash? A scheduled explosive ordnance disposal could have taken place,local city officials said, with ammunition lighting up the sky. It could have been a military launch too. Although there’s no launch vicinity in that immediate area, the region is reportedly in the flight path of a launch base. That means a rocket could have blown up en route; the brevity and brightness of the blast seem consistent with that. The Russian military has denied any involvement — but that’s hardly a surprise.

Chemical plant explosion

One local news/a> site suggested that there’s an old chemical plant outside the nearby town of Rezhevskoy that could have exploded, causing such a bright light. But we’d surely have heard about such a disaster by now.

Aliens

Okay, so no one has seriously claimed that extraterrestrial beings are responsible for the blast, but some say that a UFO crashed in the Sverdlovsk region in 1969. And there’s grainy, ambiguous video footage to prove it!

Google Doodle Celebrates Corita Kent, Feminist Nun Turned Artist

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Google Doodle Celebrates Corita Kent, Feminist Nun Turned Artist

Google celebrated what would have been the 96th birthday of artist Corita Kent on Thursday — also known as Sister Corita Kent.

In 1936, Kent started her career as a Catholic nun. She began taking art classes, and received a masters in art history — chairing the art history department at Immaculate Heart College. In 1968, she left the order and decided to pursue a full-time career as an artist.

Kent was known for her silk screens, and she often juxtaposed spiritual writing alongside symbols of consumerist culture. She was a well-known activist, fighting for civil rights, anti-war causes, and women’s rights.

She died in 1986.

Watch a Comedian’s Spot-On Impressions of Celebrities Stuck in Traffic

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Watch a Comedian’s Spot-On Impressions of Celebrities Stuck in Traffic

In this video, comedian Lauren O’Brien shows off her impressions of 14 female celebrities by imagining how they’d act while stuck in traffic.

What really sold us was her Sofia Vergara, about 25 seconds in, when she yells angrily at someone in the street. (Really, the way she yells “Ay” is flawless.) Some of her impressions are of course better than others, but overall, this is a very solid effort. (Her Taylor Swift, for instance, is not the best, but her Olsen twins impersonation is pretty great.)

In some cases, she makes herself not only sound like the celebrity, but also really look like them, like her Angelina Jolie impersonation at the end of the video. It’s kind of uncanny.

Watch Alabama Students Break the World Record for Largest Hip-Hop Dance Performance

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Watch Alabama Students Break the World Record for Largest Hip-Hop Dance Performance

When the elementary school students from Dothan, Ala., look back on their school year, they might recall learning their multiplication tables or reading their first chapter books. But their most memorable memory will surely be gathering in their local civic center to set a new Guinness World Record for the world’s largest hip hop dance routine.

Nearly 2,000 third, fourth and fifth grade students bested the standing record, set by 1,000 Japanese students. Performing simple choreography to jazz-infused, kid-friendly beats, the children were joined off-camera by their younger classmates, who danced in their classrooms. According to a local newspaper, the dancers spent eight weeks practicing for the big day. The initiative was part of Patti Rutland Jazz’s outreach program, an arts education curriculum that supplements classroom learning in a state whose school districts are historically underfunded.

No word on whether the kids plan to keep on dancing, but they would certainly make for an adorable flash mob if you find yourself in southeastern Alabama looking to stage an elaborate proposal.

This Unaired SNL Sketch Shows That Magical Things Happen When You Reach 10,000 Tweets

Much has been made of our tendency to use social media as a megaphone for the most banal, boring and bland events of our lives. A cut sketch from last week’s Saturday Night Live imagines what happens when we bless the world with a milestone number of such trifles.

A Twitter user, played by Aidy Bryant, realizes she’s reached her 10,000th tweet with a remark about how early it gets dark these days. Before she knows it, a troupe of sequined dancers is singing her praises, as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her seventh grade crush and a white-haired God played by Woody Harrelson extol the significance of her contribution to the world.

She even gets a kiss on the lips from a surprise guest star on set to promote Birdman (hint: it’s not Michael Keaton).

Watch Canadian Hockey Fans Help Finish the U.S. National Anthem After the Singer’s Mic Fails

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Watch Canadian Hockey Fans Help Finish the U.S. National Anthem After the Singer’s Mic Fails

At a Toronto Maple Leafs game Tuesday night, singer Michelle Madeira was partway through The Star-Spangled Banner when her mic cut out. She continued singing, but of course, the crowd couldn’t hear her. Without missing a beat, the entire crowd picked up where Madeira left off, completing the U.S. national anthem in unison.

Fans kept up the enthusiasm and sang O Canada right after.

See? Hockey fans aren’t just drunken and rowdy and prone to fighting. They’re also sometimes really awesome.

(h/t Daily Dot)

Watch the Totally Aca-Awesome Pitch Perfect 2 Trailer

Unfortunately, we have to wait until May 2015 to see Pitch Perfect 2, the sequel to the 2012 hit about a college women’s a cappella group. That feels like forever. Luckily, though, we now have a full-length trailer to tide us over.

The Barden Bellas are back, and this time they’re heading to an international a cappella competition. No U.S. team has ever won, because, as Elizabeth Banks’ character explains, the “whole word hates us.” But of course, that won’t stop the Bellas from trying.

Fun things in this trailer include: a new a cappella arrangement of Anna Kendrick’s hit song “Cups,” Anna Kendrick making fart noises, gleeful pillow fights, Rebel Wilson being Rebel Wilson and more. So much more.