The week's honorable mentions
Every Friday we round up some stories you might have missed this week and publish them in one neat little post. Think of it as our gift to you, only it’s not really free because you’re repaying us in likes and shares. No…thank YOU.
An Africanized tribal cover of the hit song from Frozen “Let It Go” has gone viral and features an adorable children’s choir. (Fox 13 Now)
puppy love is real to puppies. http://t.co/krauCUPjOg—
Gus Kenworthy (@guskenworthy) February 11, 2014
The cold is no match for this Sochi skier, who was spotted on the slopes in a sleeveless shirt this week. (AP)
Some guy was craving a burrito, so he launched a Kickstarter, as one does. (Slate)
The hysterical blooper reel for The Lego Movie. (Gawker)
You can now control a snow plow with an iPad. (The Daily Mail)
The weather in Atlanta has been so perilous that a local sheriff urged residents not to celebrate Valentine’s Day. (WAOK)
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright tweeted an adorable photo of herself sporting festive pins for Valentine’s Day.
Madeleine Albright (@madeleine) February 14, 2014
Lastly, a father told Facebook that he wanted to see his deceased son’s “Look Back” video, and the social network reportedly sent him this amazing clip. (CNN)