To the delight of fangirls and most of Tumblr, someone by the YouTube name of John Smith created this impressively done crossover of two huge fandoms, Sherlock and Doctor Who.
I’m surprised the internet didn’t explode from all that cheekbone action.
Though there are some noticeable costume discrepancies, we can forgive Mr. Smith, because holy shit, this is really, really well done and obviously took a painstaking amount of time to get just right.
If this were an actual thing, I think I would die just a little bit. Or a lot. I would have to internet from the afterlife, because I would be dead. WHOLOCK4LYFE.
You haven’t had your daily dose of heart-meltage yet, so I figured I’d slap you with this little gem.
5-year-old Claire Koch is the daughter of two deaf parents, so life is just a little bit different for her. And while at her school’s Christmas pageant, she wanted to make sure that her parents didn’t miss out on any of the show, so she did the best and cutest thing she could: she signed and clearly pronounced all the words to the song directly at them.
Also, her facial expressions are fantastic. It’s like she knows how ridiculous the song is, but is just singing away to entertain everyone else there. Love her.
A new clip from Bo Burnham’s new special airing on YouTube and Netflix on December 17th shows the comedic singer singing a song from the perspective of God.
Funny and poignant, it’s an interesting take on what the big guy upstairs might be thinking when he looks down at us messing things up here on Earth.
I get about 20 of these every holiday. And you know that people send these holiday texts en masse, so it doesn’t make you really feel special.
But then if you don’t answer them back, you feel like a bit of an asshole. Sometimes, I’m thankful for social media like Facebook so we can cut all of that bullshit out.