Check out a few holiday-themed videos are making the rounds . . .
Someone took clips of Patrick Stewart on "Star Trek: The Next Generation", and edited them so he sings "Let It Snow" . . . except he says his catchphrase, "Make it so". (Search for "Captain Picard sings "Let it Snow.")
There's one from a group called The Piano Guys, where four guys play "Angels We Have Heard on High" on one piano. One guy plays while the others pick the actual STRINGS. (Search for "The Piano Guys - Angels We Have Heard on High.")
And there's a video that'll remind you how dangerous ICICLES can be. It's a guy in Russia knocking them off a building . . . and a huge chunk of ice destroys a TRAFFIC LIGHT. (Search for "Removing Icicles from Roof Fail." It happens at :22.)
There's a video making the rounds of some French guy destroying his apartment with a SLEDGEHAMMER after his landlord refused to refund his security deposit of $2,500. Obviously, he'll probably be on the hook for even MORE money now.
(Search for "Raging Tenant Armed with a Sledgehammer Destroys Apartment.")
For 35 years, a 53-year-old guy named Michael Goodman has been telling a story about how he tried to MUG a guy in New York in the late '70s. But he was arrested by plain-clothes cops, who happened to see it.
According to Michael, he was trying to impress a friend by walking up to a stranger and stealing his bus pass, and he's always felt terrible about it. He ended up getting three weeks of community service.
Well, his victim was a guy named Claude Soffel, and Michael never forgot his name. Then last month, Michael was reading a random post on Facebook . . . and saw a "Claude Soffel" in the comments section.
So he assumed it was the same guy, and posted a lengthy apology, explaining that he's always felt guilty about it and hoped Claude would forgive him. And it turned out it WAS the same guy.
A few hours later, Claude responded to Michael's message and ACCEPTED his apology, saying quote, "Clearly [you're] a bigger man today."