Trying to compare which Disney villainous character had truly the most epic and unique laugh is an arduous task. Imagine watching every Disney movie looking for that one moment. Who has time for that? Luckily, there's a collection already here just waiting to be examined. Cut out all of the unnecessary cinema and focus on those epic timeless evil laughs that are still well-known today.
So what's the deal? Is milk necessary for us, or does it actually do more harm than good? While this video doesn't give a definite answer it might still teach you something new about a drink a good chunk of us keep in our fridges.
Check out this video of a Twitch streamer being interrupted by his young son - telling him to stop playing and go out for fresh air.
Cookie Monster, from the iconic PBS show, Sesame Street, probably holds a soft spot in the hearts of kids and former kids everywhere. And whoever runs Cookie Monster's Twitter account is a social media genius. They have crafted such a perfect voice for this blue, cuddly cookie-loving monster that they deserve an award.
Get ready to enjoy the amazing and creative work from talented illustrator Liza! Liza is an illustrator and animator all the way from Siberia. She now works and lives in London, England. Liza has a passion for storytelling and we love it! She often includes her love for animals within her comics, and her catsnakes (aka ferrets!)
Artist Howard Lee is good at what he does, and what he does is make incredibly lifelike pictures of everything from little cute penguins to mouthwatering butterfingers. Sweet, delicious butterfingers. Then he goes one step farther.
Howard animates his still-life paintings and creates the illusion that they are the real thing. These amazing side-by-side pictures and animations will have you questioning reality, and in some cases, make you really hungry for a hot dogs.
Popular Belgian musician Stromae (aka Paul Van Haver) has a released a new video for his song “Carmen” which turns Twitter into a terrifying monster.
“Those fake smiles cut like a #. Watch yourself out there,” he says in the song. “Network friends and followers? No, no you’re just popular.”
It’s a reworking of “Habanera” from the opera Carmen, in which love is compared to a bird. He took that idea and made a version about Twitter.
The song is a commentary on how social media dominates our lives, and ironically he is promoting the new video on an Instagram account which he started a few weeks ago. It was directed by Sylvain Chomet, who worked on both “Triplets of Belleville” and “The Illusionist.”
“I’m not so radical about Twitter, but I think it’s sometimes dangerous if you think that Twitter is real life,” he told Time Out in an interview last year.
Stromae has a huge following in Europe and he is also popular with some world leaders, as both Nicolas Sarkozy and Barack Obama apparently own copies of one of his albums.
Here’s another of his hits called “Formidable,” which you may be familiar with. In the video, he walks around the streets of Brussels pretending to be drunk.