Videos That I Like (AKA Cheater Post)

First up:

I love this video. I love so many things about it. I laughed. I want to break down the fourth wall and rather than let the reader into my story, release the story to the world. It’s such a beautiful concept. We all need to believe some “lies” every now and then. They make life better.

But while we’re on the topic anyways… is it okay to lie to children like this? Does it count as lying? I tend to believe that even if the story is ridiculous and unrealistic, if it is still based on a true concept, if there is a reality hidden under all that creativity, it can be very valuable. But is it risky? I think it’s worth the risk. My thoughts are still so very undeveloped about this subject. I shouldn’t even be trying to talk about it yet.

I love this video. You should watch all of it.

I like these sisters. I think they’re pretty, and I think that they are fun to sing along with, and I think that this sad, hopeful song is lovely.

This next one is part of a song from Mary Poppins. Ever since watching “Saving Mr. Banks” in the somewhat recent past, I have had a renewed fondness of the story. This led to reading the book for the first time, re-watching the movie, and purchasing bits and pieces of the soundtrack on iTunes. I really like this song. It’s fun to sing. Sing it once a day, and you’ll know it in no time. This actually isn’t the whole song. There’s more of it, with lines about the chimney sweep’s world being between “pavement and stars”.

And… it’s everyone’s favourite song. Sung by cute little girls who sing boldly and freely. The first time I watched it, I sat and laughed. I still enjoy watching it every now and then. I don’t know if I’ve ever listened all the way to the end, because, well- let’s just say that you can only handle so much of a good thing. šŸ˜€ Okay, I admit it. It’s not necessarily the most beautiful sound to listen to, but I think it’s funny.

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