Pharrell Williams Got Married, Wore A Tartan Suit

1. Pharrell Williams got married on a boat over the weekend. (You can see him there in the red tartan suit.)

The boat was called Never Say Never.

2. Here is a bonus “Never Say Never” moment.

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The Biebs was, in fact, booked to sing at the reception, but then Pharrell realized his hair doesn’t look like this anymore and that kinda ruins the magic of it all.

3. Before getting on the boat, Pharrell had a nice lady carry his umbrella around.

Celebrities do this kind of thing.

4. The lady behind is making a funny (read: impressed) face because Pharrell’s tartan tuxedo is just that sharp.

5. Pharrell’s bride Helen looks sad because she doesn’t have an umbrella.

But otherwise this voluminous, Westwood-style tartan gown is amazing. Amazing. You could smuggle most of the wedding cake home afterwards in those sleeves alone.

6. So voluminous! Once on their wedding boat, Helen added a tiara just like the one Liv Tyler wears in Lord of the Rings.

There’s a hot tub on the boat, but Helen would drown in fabric if she tried to get in it right now.

7. There were hipster guests! Like the guy in floral pants above, and this blue-gray-haired lady in a fetching pink gown.

If it wasn’t bought from a thrift store directly, it’s most certainly inspired by a dress bought from a thrift store.

8. Again, Pharrell’s suit looks great.

And famed/lecherous fashion photographer Terry Richardson took lots of photos. What a nice, unusual wedding.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/alexrees/pharrell-williams-got-married-wore-a-tartan-suit

Life Among The Urban Explorers: The Adventures Of Researcher Bradley Garrett

THIS incredible footage is the work of ethnographer Bradley Garrett, who spent four years as an urban explorer to understand their world. Garrett was part of team who made headlines back in 2012 when he posted a series of photographs from the top of The Shard skyscraper while it was still under construction. During his time on the urban exploration scene he helped explore everywhere from abandoned amusement parks and disused churches to Parisian sewer systems, half-built Las Vegas hotels and London’s mythical lost rivers. Now a researcher at the University of Oxford, Garrett studied the subculture while he was a PhD student at the University of London and has released a book, Explore Everything: Place-Hacking the City, of his writings and photographs. His footage offers an amazing insight into the lives of the practitioners of this access-all-areas subculture Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=rsUfnqTmLtM. youtube.com

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/barcrofttv/life-among-the-urban-explorers-the-adventures-of-af4a

25 of the Coolest Office Spaces You Could Possibly Work In

With the age of cubicles, suits, and briefcases on it’s way out the door a new breed of company has taken over. Primarily in the world of tech these companies are smaller, more efficient, and they value individuality and creativity. In order to foster these things their work environments reflect their values. With bright colors, slides, and even water falls companies like Google and Skype have redefined the corporate world. These are the 25 of the coolest office spaces you could possibly work in.

25. Quirky (New York City, New York)

24. Foursquare (New York City, New York)

23. Tumblr (New York City, New York)

22. Fab (New York City, New York)

21. Livingsocial (Washington, D.C.)

20. Github (San Francisco, California)

19. Gawker (New York City, New York)

18. ZocDoc (New York City, New York)

17. BuzzFeed (New York City, New York)

16. Squarespace (New York City, New York)

15. AOL Ventures (New York City, New York)

14. OMGPOP (New York City, New York)

13. Buddy Media (New York City, New York)

12. Airbnb (San Francisco, California)

11. Bloomberg (New York City, New York)

10. Facebook (Menlo Park, California)

9. Google (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)

8. Groupon (Chicago, Illinois)

7. Seamless (New York City, New York)

6. Skype (Palo Alto, California)

5. Zynga (Los Angeles, California)

4. Selgas Cano Architecture (Madrid, Spain)

3. Twitter (San Francisco, California)

2. Buscape (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

1. Edelman (Chicago, Illinois)

Read more: http://list25.com/25-of-the-coolest-office-spaces-you-could-possibly-work-in/

43 Of Your Favorite Cartoon Theme Songs Mashed-Up Into 5 Incredible Minutes

Dare you to not smile like a goof while this is playing.

1. Ensemble ACJW , a group comprised of musicians from Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and the Weill Music Institute, got together and created a theme song mash-up of some of the most beloved cartoon.

Ensemble ACJW , a group comprised of musicians from Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and the Weill Music Institute, got together and created a theme song mash-up of some of the most beloved cartoon.

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2. They grabbed their friends and went to very distant lands with Adventure Time.

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3. The made it time for Animaniacs and they were zany to the max.

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4. They did the Care Bears countdown, 4, 3, 2, 1.

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5. They went “do do do do do do do” with Doug.

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6. They didn’t stop, didn’t stop with Dragon Ball Z.

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7. Everyday they’re out there making DuckTales! Woo-ooh!

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8. They went and became Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (Heroes in a half shell! Turtle power!)

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9. They wanted to be the very best with Pokémon.

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10. They smurfed along with Papa Smurf.

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11. They went to Springfield with the The Simpsons, of course.

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12. The went down to South Park and had themselves a time.

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13. They did whatever a Spiderman can.

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14. And they went to live in a pineapple under the sea with Spongebob.

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Are those mini-kazoos?

15. And so many more:

1. Avatar: The Last Airbender 00:002. Transformers 00:143. Pokemon 00:174. Captain Planet 00:235. X-Men Evolution 00:276. Sailor Moon 00:357. Neon Genesis Evangelion 00:398. Powerpuff Girls 00:439. South Park 00:5210. CatDog 00:5611. G.I. Joe 01:0312. Family Guy 01:0813. Pinky and the Brain 01:1514. Pink Panther 01:1915. Dexter’s Laboratory & Rescue Rangers 01:2416. Spiderman 01:3717. Inspector Gadget 01:4418. Adventure Time 01:5419. Babar & Gummi Bears 02:0320. Madeline 02:0721. Smurfs 02:1322. Doug & Rugrats 02:1823. Care Bears 02:3024. Dora the Explorer 02:3425. Rocko’s Modern Life 02:3926. Spongebob Squarepants 02:4227. Futurama & Magic School Bus 02:4728. Muppet Babies 02:5329. The Simpsons 02:5730. Hey Arnold! & Peanuts 03:0231. He-Man (Masters of the Universe) 03:1032. Dragon Ball Z Kai 03:1233. Thundercats 03:1834. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 03:2335. Johnny Bravo 03:3236. Anamaniacs 03:3937. Tiny Toon Adventures 03:5138. Goof Troop 03:5639. Duck Tales 04:0140. Bobby’s World 04:0741. The Jetsons 04:1242. The Flintstones 04:1743. Looney Tunes 04:24

16. And th-th-th-that’s all folks!

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17. Check out the whole five minutes of magical goodness here:

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Magnets = Magic

Source: Youtube

No, it’s not sorcery. It’s just magnets and Magination makes them even more awesome. You can create your own games (for example table golf, air hockey, and others) or play the ones designed by Magination – curling, tension or throw. You can also build structures, and experiment any way you like. The game has only three sets of magnetic pieces but with the use of imagination the possibilities are endless.

Magnets = Magic

Source: Youtube

No, it’s not sorcery. It’s just magnets and Magination makes them even more awesome. You can create your own games (for example table golf, air hockey, and others) or play the ones designed by Magination – curling, tension or throw. You can also build structures, and experiment any way you like. The game has only three sets of magnetic pieces but with the use of imagination the possibilities are endless.

Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/magical-magnets-magination/