Oh, and the little girl that is singing is actually a boy, called Angelo.
And this is what he looks like now:
Alright, he may look a bit like a sex offender, and you definitely wouldn't leave your kids with him, but his lyrical genius has had me giggling like a loon, mainly when alone and on public transport, all week.
He's set to be the latest internet sensation with his fairly amusing rendition of Bruno Mars' Grenade, reworked into the style of a Mario Bro.
The best bit: he didn't have to buy any of the props he used in the video. this was just shit he had laying around. This man is a god, and must be worshipped as such.Almost as good is his justification for the video: "If you're creative, you can re-arrange the letters in "Bruno Mars" to spell "Mario Bros". Kinda."
Watch the video below and be prepared to be blown away…
Andrew Short, an amateur beekeeper, returned home from the Melbourne Comedy Festival Monday evening in high spirits and thought he'd move a hive from his backyard to the roof of his house.
He figured that as it was past midnight, the bees would be asleep.
Instead, as bees angry are prone to do, they attacked him, stinging him more than 60 times.
On a scale of one-to Anne Boleyn, how off your head would you have to be (bee) to ever think that this was a good idea? Alcohol + Australian + ladder + roof + angry bees is literally a recipe for disaster.
In other news, glove found on fence and bear thought to have pooped in woods.
An anyone who bee-keeps in a tweed jacket is pretty much asking for it anyway.
*edit* have just noticed that he is still wearing his hospital ID band in the photo.
How's this for Easter chicks; cunning farmers in Tanzania are outwitting hawks by dying their chickens pink and purple
Farmers in Tanzania sick of losing their chickens to hungry hawks, have taken drastic, if creative action, thanks to an innovative programme funded by UK aid and a little bit of pink dye.
Dying and vaccinating a chicken costs about 10p, and the money saved can be used for food or school fees.
Sorry for the lack of funnies, but this story warmed the cockles of my stone-cold heart.