This zoetrope on display at the Phillip Island Chocolate Factory in Melbourne, Australia features a round wheel of chocolate bird characters that appear to come to life as the device spins.
During last night's 2013 Billboard Music Awards, R&B singer Miguel attempted to soar over a crowd of fans to the other side of the stage while performing the song "Adorn," but unfortunately ended up kicking a fan right in the head on his way down. The 27-year-old singer, who finished his act before reuniting with her in the backstage after the show, later told reporters that the fan managed to avoid any serious injury (thankfully), but the incident has already inspired quite a few image macros and clever photoshopped images.
The Huffington Post brings this painfully awkward supercut of politicians talking about "rap music" and a few even reciting the lyrics. Some of the highlights include Utah Senator Orrin Hatch reading the lyrics from "Hits From the Bong" by Cypress Hill, Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman breaking down the semantics of "slapping a h*" and Florida Representative Dean Cannon quoting the song "99 Problems" by Jay-Z.
Today, New Zealand became the thirteenth country to legalize gay marriage after the Parliament voted 77 to 44 on an amendment to their 1955 marriage laws. Upon the formal announcement, many people in the crowd as well as a few lawmakers spontaneously burst into singing the traditional Māori love song "Pokarekare Ana."
... so this is what happens if you jump over police officers. According to Redditor sgr215's comment, the stunt was performed and recorded by an 18-year-old Florida resident named Charles Ross, who had been arrested earlier this year in January after recording a video of himself giving wedgies to moviegoers outside of a theater.