These Vocalists Stepped Into A Room And Sang A Disney Love Medley That’ll Melt Your Heart

Disney is a cornerstone of our culture.

In fact, Disney movies have created many iconic moments in cinema. Most people have a favorite Disney movie that has shaped or affected their life in some way, shape, or form. These motion pictures are groundbreaking and monumental for the film industry, and no one can deny their relevance…

So when talented a cappella singers come together to sing a love medley from the movies? You’ll have Disney chills.

Who has love in their eyes? Oh, everyone who saw this video? (That’s what I thought.)

This Disney medley is enough to make even the most sour person sweet for a few minutes.

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He Didn’t Just Build His Kids A Normal Playground, He Went Above And Beyond!

Today, there are more campaigns than ever designed to get kids outside and playing instead of staying indoors in front of screens. The NFL has the “Play 60” movement that encourages kids to go outdoors for at least 60 minutes per day, the Wilderness Society has an aptly named campaign, “Go Outside and Play,” and there are a litany of studies suggesting that the reason children are so obese nowadays is the lack of physical stimulation and the prevalence of video games.

Tyson Leavitt looks to combat all of that. He is the creator of Charmed Playhouses, a company that builds elaborate little houses for children.

Leavitt takes his inspiration from the families he builds the houses for — each design caters to the kids’ interests.

The playhouses are extraordinary, and sometimes the cost can reflect that. Charmed has playhouses that go for anywhere between $7,000 and $100,000.

With the customized nature of the product and the handcrafted designs, Leavitt’s company is really taking off considering it’s only been around for a year. He has clients all over the country and the rest of North America.

Their team has grown from three employees to 15 in a relatively short amount of time.

They also now have an impressive warehouse complete with all the necessary tools and machinery.

The company even has a TLC TV deal set up for later this year. It’s sure to solidify Leavitt’s team and their awesome designs in the industry.

He already has tons of orders in the pipeline. Some are for celebrities (Steph Curry is a client), while others are just for normal families.

It just goes to show that a “stupid idea” — Leavitt’s words — can become great if it’s well executed with a passionate team helping out.

(via BuzzFeed)

Leavitt says that the best part of the job is seeing people’s faces when the job is finished. I can believe that! These playhouses are amazing.

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What Bruce Springsteen Did In The Middle Of A Concert Will Put A Smile On Your Face

For 91-year-old Jeanne Heintz, this particular Bruce Springsteen concert will go down as one of her fondest memories.

During “Dancing in the Dark,” it is customary for the singer to pull an audience member on stage with him. In St. Paul, Minnesota, Bruce recently decided to pull up Jeanne Heintz, much to the delight of everyone in the audience.

What’s insane about the interaction is that it’s the second time Heintz has been pulled on stage during a Springsteen concert. She also got to share the stage with her favorite singer back in 2009!

This adorable woman and her daughter have been to over 100 Springsteen concerts, so it only makes sense that the singer would give one of his biggest fans another special moment. It’s always nice to see celebrities give back to the fans who love them!

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Here Are The Strangest Laws From Every State In The Country

With the amount of laws that get thrown around on both state and federal levels every year, a few ridiculous ones are bound to slip through the cracks.

And by a few, I mean an uncomfortably large amount. What’s crazier is that outdated laws from the past tend to hang around for decades.

While law enforcement officers typically focus on laws that actually matter and affect the lives of civilians every day, it’s a little unsettling that this level of weirdness is allowed to gum up the works. Take a look at some of the most ridiculous laws that America has to offer. We should at least get a laugh out of them, right?

1. Iowa

One-armed piano players must perform for free.

2. North Carolina

It’s illegal for bingo games to last more than five hours.

3. Alabama

You can’t wear a fake mustache that causes laughter in church.

4. New York

It’s illegal to sell cat fur.

5. Massachusetts

You can’t use explosive golf balls.

6. Wyoming

It’s illegal to remove more than half of a sheep’s ear.

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7. Florida

For a short while, the use of computers was illegal due to a poorly written law about internet cafés.

8. Connecticut

A pickle isn’t legally a pickle until it bounces.

9. Missouri

It’s illegal to drive with an uncaged bear. A caged bear is totally cool, though.

10. Illinois

It’s legal to drink if you are under 21 if you are enrolled in a culinary program.

11. New Hampshire

It’s illegal for theaters to show movies before 2 p.m.

12. Utah

It’s illegal to cause a catastrophe. Nice and vague!

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13. Indiana

Forget 3.14159 if you’re in Indiana, because the law says that the value of Pi is three.

14. South Carolina

It’s illegal to play pinball unless you are over 18.

15. New Mexico

It’s illegal for idiots and insane people to vote. Let’s just see what happens during the New Mexico primary in June.

16. Hawaii

You cannot use non-dairy milk in milkshakes without warning customers.

17. Arkansas

It’s illegal to purposely mispronounce the state’s name.

18. Georgia

You could be arrested for keeping an ice cream cone in your back pocket on a Sunday.

19. Delaware

It’s illegal to sell dog hair.

20. Colorado

You can disobey mattresses and rip those tags off with reckless abandon.

21. California

Dogs cannot legally chase down bobcats.

22. Maryland

Vending machines can’t dispense non-latex condoms.

23. Idaho

It’s illegal to give someone a box of chocolates that weighs more than 50 pounds. That’s just not right.

24. Alaska

It’s illegal to wake up a sleeping bear for a photo.

25. Arizona

Donkeys cannot sleep in tubs.

26. Kansas

It’s illegal to dye ducklings, bunnies, or baby chicks.

27. Louisiana

You can be fined $500 for sending a pizza to a friend’s house without them knowing.

28. Maine

It’s illegal to have Christmas decorations up past January 14.

29. Wisconsin

It’s illegal to serve butter substitutes in prison.

30. Virginia

Tickling women can lead to arrest.

31. West Virginia

It’s illegal to take roadkill home for dinner.

32. Minnesota

Using goldfish as bait is punishable by law.

33. Washington

There’s a legal ban on lollipops.

34. Nebraska

It’s illegal to fish for whales. Interesting.

35. Tennessee

You can be fined for sharing your Netflix password.

36. Pennsylvania

It’s illegal to tell a mystic where to dig for buried treasure.

37. Texas

Pointing lasers at airplanes is grounds for arrest.

38. Oklahoma

You can’t wrestle with bears.

39. Rhode Island

Any marriage in which either party is an idiot or a lunatic is null and void.

40. Ohio

Getting fish drunk is illegal.

41. Nevada

A man cannot buy drinks for more than three people at one time.

42. Vermont

It’s illegal to intentionally kill a bird with a plane.

43. New Jersey

If you’ve been arrested for drunk driving, you can’t get novelty plates.

44. Oregon

It’s illegal to hunt in cemeteries.

45. South Dakota

Sleeping in cheese factories is not allowed.

46. North Dakota

It’s illegal to sell beer and pretzels at the same time. That is tragic.

47. Kansas

Rabbits cannot be shot from motorboats.

48. Michigan

A robber can legally make a case against you if they get hurt in your home while trying to steal from you.

49. Mississippi

It’s illegal to teach someone about polygamy.

50. Montana

You can’t leave a sheep in the cab of your truck without a chaperone.

(via Independent Journal Review)

You better make sure you know these laws, otherwise you might end up in the slammer on your next vacation! What’s the craziest law in your home state?

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Here Are All Of The Things You Can Get From Hotels (If You Know How To Ask)

If you’re planning a vacation, it’s important to pack everything you’ll need. It is paramount that you do not forget certain things, because without your essentials, the entire trip could be ruined.

As it turns out, however, hotels can help out on that front. Next time you forget something when you go on vacation, pay the front desk a visit. They may very well have what you need.

1. Nightlights

If you’re scared of the dark, or if you just want to be able to find your way around at night, most hotels can provide you with a nightlight.

2. Kindles

If you like reading, some fancier hotels offer complimentary Kindle readers for you to use during your stay.

3. Extension cords

Some hotels have extension cords on hand if you need a little bit more power.

4. GoPro rentals

Guests at some Marriott hotels are able to rent GoPro cameras so that they can share their travel experiences with the world.

5. Sewing kits

You can sew that button back on at your hotel, because most places have more than a few sewing kits on hand.

6. Yoga mats

Need to get your sun salutations on? Some hotel chains will even hook you up with a yoga mat.

7. Pillows

Think the pillows in your room aren’t up to snuff? You can ask the hotel for different ones and find the pillow that’s comfiest for you.

8. Hair tools

Several hotels have curling and straightening irons on hand if you forget to bring yours, so don’t fret. Your hair will be looking fabulous in no time!

9. Rental cars

Some hotels offer FREE car rentals. That’s right, FREE. This is usually only offered at upper-echelon hotels, but it can’t hurt to ask if your hotel does it, too.

10. Kid’s entertainment

If you didn’t bring toys for your kids to play with, fear not! Most hotels have crayons or spare toys on the premises.

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11. Nail polish remover

If you start to hate your nail color while you’re on vacation, just ask the hotel for some complimentary nail polish remover.

12. Plastic travel bags

These little baggies are perfect for organizing your toiletries, especially if you’re flying.

13. Phone chargers

If you forgot your all-important phone charger, hotels often have extras on hand.

14. Toothpaste and mouthwash

You wouldn’t want to have smelly breath on vacation, right? Well, most hotels can provide you with toothpaste and mouthwash.

(via Business Insider)

Next time you’re at a hotel, take advantage of these sweet deals! You could be rolling around in a Porsche with curly hair and awesome breath in no time.

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When His Daughter Was Watching TV, He Set Up A Camera To Record This Awesomeness

People love to emulate what they see on TV, hear on the radio, or watch on the big screen. How many times have you acted out or quoted a scene from a television show or movie? We all do it — it’s something that brings us all together.

Don’t believe me? Well, when you see what this dad and daughter did while they were watching a routine on Dancing with the Stars, you’ll definitely change your mind.

Man, those two can sure cut a rug! I’d love to see them on Dancing with the Stars — then again, they might end up stealing the show. Kudos to these two twinkle toes!

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What These People Spotted In The Sky Over The Weekend Has Everyone Freaking Out

More often than not, seeing strange lights in the sky fills people with terror. Sure, it might not be a UFO, but seeing bizarre lights isn’t usually a good sign. From what movies tell us, it usually means that something bad is about to happen.

Well, residents in Los Angeles saw a bright light moving through the sky over the weekend. Panic immediately ensued. People started speculating about what it could mean just as quickly as it appeared.

Is this a UFO, a meteor, or something a little more nefarious?

Source: Missile test explosion sparks scare in California by ianhouser on Rumble

Military officials say that it was just an unarmed missile test, and that the whole thing went according to plan. This explanation hasn’t convinced conspiracy theorists, though.

Even celebrities have their reservations! Judging by the look of these tweets, they’re sufficiently freaked out, too.

(via Elite Daily / CNN)

Apparently, the light was from a missile test off of the USS Kentucky, but some people still believe that it was something more malevolent. I can’t say that I blame them. This is exactly how the government would react if they were trying to cover up an alien invasion!

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