Never go on adventures without your trusty sidekick. xoxo Zoey and Jasper
Anger is a perfectly normal emotion, and you’re not wrong for feeling it.
As one last final push for donations (and hopefully a good bit of promotion), I am creating another video!
But this time, I need your help- and I need a LOT of participation for this one, so please signal boost this as much you can.
What I need, from as many people as humanly possible, is 5-10 seconds of video with you dancing to “Happy” by Pharrell.
Don’t like to dance? That’s fine- you can clap, you can wiggle, you can jump and down, you can pretty much do WHATEVER you want, just no signs, please! And there must be movement! I don’t want anyone standing still and looking at the camera.
Feeling a little shy? That’s okay, too- I’ll take footage of pretty much ANYBODY (as long as they’ve given their permission)- your spouse, your kids, your family, your friends, your dog, whoever!
I need this ASAP, but I will not take any submissions past Friday, April 18th, at midnight eastern time. But PLEASE don’t leave it until then and send it in as soon as you can!
SEND ALL VIDEOS TO SHANNONHUGSTHEWORLD@GMAIL.COM.
Thanks for your help with this!
AND KEEP DONATING!!
WE ARE (NOT) SOLDIERS
THIS IS THE MOST PERFECT THING.
FOX! HI FOX! YOU SLEEPIN FOX? FOX OOH STEPPED ON YOUR HEAD THERE SORRY HEY FOX YOU STILL SLEEPIN? WANNA SNUGGLE? WANNA PLAY? OM NOM NOM NOM FOX YOU WANNA PLAY?
i can only handle so much socializing until i get tired and start getting irritated towards everyone and want to go home and sleep or lock myself in my room and go on the computer
- When: 14th April, 2014
- Time: 10 PM GMT [Countdown]
- Channel: BT Sport 1
- Live Stream links : One | Two | Three | Four
BT Sport Film, ‘Walk On’. The film focuses on the iconic song ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, an anthem that can be heard ringing out from stands throughout the footballing world, and in particular at Anfield, the home of Liverpool FC.
This documentary film explores the song’s rise, from its origins on Broadway via Anfield to eventually become arguably the most famous football song in the world.
First-hand accounts of the song’s importance are gathered in interviews with current Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard; ex-Anfield defender Jamie Carragher; Liverpool legends Kenny Dalglish, Ian St John and Phil Thompson; and from the likes of ex-Celtic men Jimmy McGovern, Tom Boyd and Joe McBride.