How much do you love your bride-to-be? Let this groom lip-synch all the ways.
Getting married to someone you love can be the pinnacle of your existence, especially if you have a groom like this guy, who feels words aren’t enough to express his love and devotion, he has to render his promises in song. Well, in a lip synch mini-concert, anyway.
Meet Jared Basham, an outgoing and unconventional guy who’s head over heels in love with his bride, Kyndra. Despite his friendly nature, Basham has admitted he isn’t the sort of fellow who’s wholly in touch with his emotions, which sometimes causes him to struggle to express his feelings. Particularly the way he feels about his lovely bride.
Jared Basham, man in love
But Jared loves music, and recalling how he used to serenade Kyndra with his out-of-tune voice over Skype while she was deployed in the Air Force, he decided to make his wedding vows as memorable and as off the wall as possible.
When the big day came along, and the officiator handed him the mic, he whipped out his sunglasses and proceeded to express his feelings in the best way he knew possible…
Jared says he wanted to show all the deep feels he felt in the most creative and absurd way he could think of, and so making like a blonde John Travolta, he launched into “You’re The One That I Want” from Grease.
Danny Zuko never had it this good
He also did the classic All-4-One wedding song, “I Swear,” and capped it with Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You.”
He swears he does
Kyndra was blown away, and so was the crowd at their wedding.
Honestly, with all the passion he gave his performance, Jared could have been in a boy band. A lip synching one, that is. Even his groomsmen, with their identical haircuts and glasses, shuffled and lip synched along, making their show all the more worth watching.
And his bride? Kyndra was smiling so hard during Jared’s unique presentation, she said the perfect vows reflected his personality to a T.
How far would you go to show how much you love somebody?
Creative Dad Finds a Wonderful Use for Leftover Crayons From Schools and Restaurants
Share your colors!
Do you ever wonder what happens to leftover crayons?
While out celebrating his birthday with his family in a restaurant in 2011, Bryan Ware from San Francisco discovered that every leftover crayons gets thrown away.
“I wondered, ‘What happens to these crayons after we leave if we don’t take them with us?’” he told The Mighty.
Strangers Respond to Facebook Post Seeking Help to Fix a 75-Year-Old Man’s Roof
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For three months, Richard Dubiel, a man in his mid-70’s, worked on replacing the roof of his house all by himself. Certainly, that is something you wouldn’t expect from an old folk.
Despite his calloused hands and weak knees, the elderly man crouched on his roof to put each shingle down. His kind neighbour David Perez took notice of the old man’s perseverance and posted a photo of the man working on Facebook.
David wanted to find a roofer who could help Richard so he decided to share the old man’s story on Facebook. The power of social media worked its way as kindhearted strangers volunteered to complete Richard’s unfinished roof, free of charge.
His Wage At Walmart is Quite Small But I Admire What He Does Every Payday
He obviously needs the money as much as the kids do, yet he sacrifices his own necessities for the children he doesn’t even know. Truly a kind and exemplary young man indeed.
There's an old adage that says it's better to give than to receive, which, in my opinion is true. The feeling of contentment and that sense of accomplishment when you see the joy and gratitude in the eyes of the person who you just shared your blessings with is enough to justify the sacrifices you just made. Be it for a loved one or a complete stranger, what matters most is the thought of sharing your blessings, no matter how big or small.
Perhaps this is what's running through the mind of 18-year-old Kristopher Hudson, who works in a Walmart outlet in Arkansas for the summer. He plans to use the money he earns for his college fund and personal expenses, yet for each paycheck he receives, he sets aside a few dollars to buy school supplies for less fortunate kids.
Kristopher Hudson, 18, buys and donates school supplies for less fortunate students every paycheck.
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