Love this song! But I think whoever made this music video made two vital mistakes:
1. No hairspray. Watching the lead singer’s hair flop around in slow motion is very distracting from the actual music going on in the background.
2. Played too much Fruit Ninja. Seriously, the amount of stuff chucked around and tossed in the air in this video is ridiculous. I mean come on, potted bamboo flying across the stage? Please.
This is absolutely amazing. Some parts of the commentary are a bit on the corny side though, like “Eat! Or be eaten” but it’s still fascinating. If I ever go to Hamburg this is definitely at the top of my list of places to visit (it also happens to be the only thing on that list so far… no offence to any Hamburgians… or whatever the term is for people from Hamburg…is there one? And can anyone recommend good places to visit in Hamburg? OK, I’m kind of regretting getting myself into this…Whatever). Anyway, be amazed, as the corny commentator says.
Yay! Justin finally sounds like an 18 year old! This is one small step for Justin, but a giant leap for mankind (well, really just Beliebers) 😉
Next time you need a break, whether it’s from studying for exams or cleaning the house, head to http://www.donothingfor2minutes.com . It challenges you to take just two minutes to relax and listen to the waves. Easier said than done but you’ll defo feel more zen (and smug) if you can manage it.
This is a story I read in my brother’s book on Banksy (an English street artist). Enjoy!
Once upon a time there was a king who ruled over a great and glorious nation. His favourite subject was the court painter, of whom he was very proud. The king thought him to be the greatest painter in the land. One day, a dishevelled stranger arrived at the court and claimed that in fact he was the greatest painter in the land.
The king decided to hold a competition between the two, thinking it would teach the stranger an embarrassing lesson. The two artists worked feverishly day and night until the deadline.
On the day of the competition, each artist placed his work under a cloth, to be unveiled by the king. When the king removed the cloth on the work of the court painter there was a picture of a delicious banquet laid out on a table. In the middle of the painting, there was a bowl of grapes which were so realistic that a sparrow flew in the open window and tried to snatch a grape, only to bounce off the canvas and fall to the floor.
“Aha!” exclaimed the king. “My court painter’s work is so good, it has fooled Mother Nature herself!” But the stranger said nothing. Soon the time came for the king to unveil the stranger’s work. He walked up to grab the cloth from the painting only to stop short.
“You see,” said the stranger. “There is no cloth covering my painting. It is merely a painting of a cloth covering a painting. And whereas your famous artist is content to fool Nature, I’ve made the king of the whole country look like a bit of a twat.”