School Announces Snow Day With Emotional ‘Hello’ Parody

One year after his “Let It Go” snow day announcement went viral, a Rhode Island school administrator is canceling classes with another amazing parody.

Moses Brown School Head Matt Glendinning announced a snow day on Feb. 5 by channeling none other than Adele. His “Hello” parody gives the iconic sepia-toned video a snowy twist. 

The new version of the song includes lyrics like, ”Don’t forget to bundle because it’s winter time,” “I’m sorry, students, if it breaks your heart” and ”You know it snowed a lot last night. And now it’s just not safe to drive. So it’s too late, school is closed for today.”

This video is the latest in a seemingly unending series of “Hello” parodies. It seems the song is applicable to just about anything.

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Key & Peele Comment On The Most Outrageous End Zone Celebrations

While Jonathan Stewart’s “hand jive” was one of the more creative scoring dances of the Super Bowl, he’s got nothing on Key & Peele.

On “The Late Show” Sunday night, the comedy duo showed off their latest reel of excessive celebrations with Stephen Colbert. Who wouldn’t want to see huge grown men in shoulder pads jumping in a bouncy castle after a touchdown?

Still, there are limits to the reverie. Like the man said, “You just cannot eat the ball at this level of play.”

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Upgraded Beatles Lyrics 2.0

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Upgraded Beatles Lyrics 2.0

All You Need Is Like, Like Is All You Need

Yelp! I Need Somebody.

Yes2day

I.M The Walrus

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club’s Bandwidth

With A Little Help From My Facebook Friends

Baby, You Can Drive My Prius

Paperback Writer: Kindle Edition

Let It B2B

Do You Want To Know My Password? Do You Promise Not To Tell?

She Came In Through The Bathroom Windows 10

While My Guitar Hero Gently Weeps

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Man Plugs Neck Wound With Shwarma (And Other Crazy True Survival Tales)

Medical science is always coming up with new life-saving methods.

But sometimes, in a pinch, people have to rely on whatever they have handy — like a shwarma sandwich.

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Don’t Ask Exotic Animal Expert Will Ferrell About ‘Zoolander 2’

“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” managed to book the newest and hottest exotic “animal expert” on the rare mammal circuit Sunday night: Will Ferrell. 

Ferrell noticed that the show didn’t have an animal expert yet and decided to “step in and fill the gap” during the coveted post-Super Bowl segment because, hey, he’s Will Ferrell. Why not. 

He brought with him a bunch of “rare” animals including  a “short-spined Peruvian mongoose” that looked suspiciously like a kitten, a ”Mongolian bush tiger” that looked suspiciously like a Guinea pig, and many other rare animals that looked suspiciously like your third grade classroom pet. 

And in lieu of answering any of Colbert’s questions about the much-anticipated release of “Zoolander 2″ on Friday, Ferrell only wanted to show off his slew of furry friends. 

In reality, the comedian really is somewhat of an exotic animal expert: Ferrell has a precious collection of rare birds believed to be worth roughly $7.8 million. 

“He has giant cages on his property filled with different tropical birds, and these are the kind of birds that will bite you, that you have to be careful with, but when it’s him, they just fly right to his arm,” his pal Adam McKay told HuffPost Live last month. 

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7 Honest Comics That Sum Up Date Night For Parents

Parents know the meaning of “date night” changes a bit after having kids. Once romantic, relaxing evenings for two transform into chaotic family dinners, couples’ nap-time and anxiety-filled outings punctuated by phone calls to the babysitter.

In honor of Valentine’s Day, here are seven honest comics that show what romance looks like for parents:

 

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15 Legit Funny Moments From An Otherwise Boring Super Bowl

Looking back, the actual football played on Super Bowl Sunday this year was pretty underwhelming. There were no Hail Mary passes or last-minute comebacks, there were no Cam Newton heroics or vintage Peyton Manning sightings.

But while the game itself was subpar, the moments surrounding the on-field action made Super Bowl 50 worth watching. There were accidental endorsements, awkward kisses and, you know, Betty White embracing the dab culture. So, from 12-hour hindsight, here are funniest moments from Sunday night.

 


1. Tom Brady’s Patriots didn’t even earn a berth in the Super Bowl this year, yet he was still mercilessly booed by the fans in Levi’s Stadium.

 


2. BETTY WHITE DABBING. 

That’s all. No explanation needed.

 


3. Jonathan Stewart celebrated his high-flying, sky-skimming touchdown with this epic “Grease” hand jive. 

Chang chang changity chang shoo-bop. We’ll always be like one, wa wa wa ONE!

 


4. People were afraid of whatever this ad was supposed to be … 

 


5. And then there was #PuppyMonkeyBaby.

We’ll see you in our nightmares, strange hybrid being.

 


6. For perhaps the first time ever, we agreed with GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.

 


7. Someone thought it was a good idea to have Coldplay share the halftime stage with Beyoncé, so obviously the Internet went wild with it.

 


8. Taraji P. Henson had no idea who was playing the halftime show, but was lovin’ it anyways. 

THIS.

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9. Speaking of the halftime show, this guy wanted everyone to know that he, like Bruno Mars, has some serious uptown funk.

More “Formation,” less of Chris Martin’s shoes, please.

 


10. This Doritos ad somehow equated an unborn child with a big ol’ bag of quasi-spicy chips.

People were really questioning the creative license of this one.

 


11. Peyton Manning celebrated his big Super Bowl win with a kiss not from his wife, but from … the Papa John?

Welcome to corporate America, friends.

 


12. Speaking of shameless consumerism, Manning said “Budweiser” a ton in the moments after the final whistle blew.

Apparently even Budweiser didn’t know what in the world he was doing.

 


13. Stephen Curry spoke tweeted for all Carolina fans, when he co-opted the infamous MJ crying face following his team’s tough loss.

 


14. Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib was so giddy after the win that he finished off Super Bowl Sunday with some serious slippage on primetime TV. 

 


15. And of course, Eli Manning made this face.

 

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