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This Couple Just Made the Wedding Entrance to End All Wedding Entrances

How? By riding in on unicorn jet skis, obviously

Most couples want to arrive at their wedding reception in style, but few make as big a splash as newlyweds Michael Buchanan and Jason Gilbert did at their recent wedding along Michigan’s Lake Allegan.

Buchanan, a Broadway actor, and his partner, Gilbert, greeted their 8o guests by arriving on a set of unicorn jet skis, Logo TV reports. Behold, their grand entrance:

“The entrance was actually the brainchild of my friend,” Buchanan told BuzzFeed. “He thought, ‘big gay wedding?’ We should decorate the jet skis as unicorns. We found inflatable unicorn busts online and voilà.”

Here’s a closer look at the end result:

“Once we all realized that they were riding in on unicorn jet skis, I am pretty sure there was a collective jaw drop,” executive director of Marriage Equality USA Brian Silva, who was in attendance, told LOGO TV. “Followed by laughter, applause and a chorus of folks screaming, ‘YAAAAAS!'”

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Treat Yourself to This Video of Kittens Fighting in a Tiny Boxing Ring

Happy Caturday!

The only thing cuter than a kitten is two kittens, and the only thing cuter than two kittens is two kittens duking it out in a tiny boxing ring. Thus, we recommend taking one minute to view the above video, which features just that. Trust us.

The video was uploaded to the America’s Funniest Home Videos YouTube channel Saturday, but it’s already been on Facebook for a few days, where it has racked up nearly 3 million views.

Now, we just have to wait until cat wrestling becomes an officially recognized sport.

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Watch This Toddler’s Rousing Performance of a Classic Les Miserables Song

He knows (almost) every word to "Do You Hear the People Sing?"

It’s never too early to start getting into Broadway musicals, as we’ve learned from this toddler named Koen.

Watch this three-year-old musical aficionado deliver a passionate rendition of “Do You Hear the People Sing?” from Les Miserables. He does this while standing atop a piano bench and appears to have a broken arm, but that doesn’t stop him from giving it his all. In fact, it’s quite possible the pain is exactly what fueled such an intense performance.

Koen may not know every word, but he comes quite close. Plus, it’s really his commitment to the craft that matters most here.

Read next: 10 Pieces of Classical Music Your Toddler Will Love

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New York Jets Quarterback Apologizes for Liking Domino’s Pizza

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He was shamed by the New York pizza community

Did you know you can order a Domino’s pizza simply by tweeting the pizza emoji? Well, the New York Jets’ rookie quarterback Bryce Petty recently found out about this and shared his excitement on Twitter.

What Petty didn’t realize is that he’d really, really upset Jets fans, most of whom live in the New York and New Jersey areas and take pizza very seriously.

Naturally, fans began to publicly shame him:

Once Petty realized how much damage he’d done, he crafted an apology:

In the end, though, Petty realized that the controversy could have been worse:

Read next: Watch American Kids Try School Lunches From Around the World

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This Nike Korea Ad Will Inspire You to Silence the Haters, Pursue Athletic Glory

Warning: This ad might inspire you to get off your couch

Nike Korea’s latest advertisement encourages you to follow the company’s slogan and “just do it” — no matter what the haters say.

The spot features retired Korean soccer star Lee Young-pyo, who plays multiple characters, all of whom essentially tell young athletes to give up on their dreams. He’s the umpire who says, “This is a waste of time,” the onlooker who says, “This won’t help you” and the coach who says, “Learn your limits.”

But this is a Nike commercial, so do the young athletes give up? Obviously not. They roll up their sleeves, lace up their shoes and work harder so they can silence the naysayers.

Warning: if you’re watching this from your couch, it might inspire you to get up and go for a run or something. Maybe.

Read next: Here’s Why Nike’s Shares Just Leapt To an All-time High

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Ronda Rousey Somehow Makes This Gluttonous Breakfast Sandwich Look Healthy

The UFC Champion appears in a new Carl's Jr. ad

Ronda Rousey is an undefeated mixed martial artist, actress, model and now, apparently, a Carl’s Jr. spokesperson. The burger chain just released an ad which features Rousey chowing down on its latest menu item: the Cinnamon Swirl French Toast Breakfast Sandwich. (Carl’s Jr., it should be noted, has long been criticized for sexist advertisements.)

Somehow, Rousey makes this sandwich — which features sausage, egg, cheese and syrup wedged between two slices of French toast — look kind of healthy. The ad alternates between footage of Rousey chowing down on the sandwich and footage of her pummeling opponents in the ring.

Clearly, this is a ploy to make us think the sandwich is packed with nutrients that could give us Ronda Rousey levels of energy, strength and power. And clearly, this ploy totally works.

Read next: What to Say When Your Daughter Wants To Grow Up To Be Ronda Rousey

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People Are Still Writing Fake Donald Trump Bible Quotes on Twitter

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The #TrumpBible hashtag is still going strong

Earlier this week, Donald Trump awkwardly dodged a series of questions about the bible during an interview on Bloomberg’s “With All Due Respect.” Most notably, he refused to name his favorite bible verse — not even one — because that was “too personal.” (Also, when asked if he was “an Old Testament guy or a New Testament guy,” he responded, “Uh, probably equal.”)

Trump’s elusive answers prompted people to begin writing fake bible verses in “Trump Speak,” and thus, the #TrumpBible hashtag was born. Now, a few days later, it’s still going strong.

Here are some of the earlier contributions:

And here are some of the latest:

Read next: Ricky Martin Says Donald Trump ‘Makes My Blood Boil’

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Here’s a Raccoon Swimming in a Pool Because You Deserve to See a Cute Thing

His brother looks on anxiously

You probably don’t hear the word “raccoon” and immediately think “awwwww,” but trust us, these two raccoon brothers are really cute.

The raccoon named Willie decides to get into a swimming pool and enjoy a nice, refreshing dip. His brother Waylon, however, appears to be extremely nervous about this and tries several times to rescue Willie. He’s clearly too scared to get into the pool himself, so he just hangs out by the edge and tries to reach Willie whenever he gets close enough. Eventually, Willie decides he doesn’t want Waylon to be so worried anymore, because he is a deeply compassionate creature, so he decides to get out.

The main question raised by this video: who has raccoons as pets?

(h/t Mashable)

Read next: What’s This? Oh Nothing, Just a Raccoon Hitching a Ride on an Alligator

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This Man’s Enthusiasm About Sea Lions Is Truly Infectious

"They're sleek ... like a torpedo through the water!"

If you’re feeling kinda meh about everything today, we highly recommend taking a few minutes to watch the BBC’s Steve Backshall as he encounters a group of sea lions in California’s Monterey Bay. Backshall is just so, so, so excited about the creatures he has encountered, and his enthusiasm is infectious. Pretty soon, you’ll be feeling totally invigorated and excited about life.

“This is a truly unbelievable spectacle,” Backshall shouts gleefully. “Surrounded by California sea lions!”

He then gets a little defensive—but still totally joyful—about how incredible sea lions are. “These creatures are completely transformed here in their underwater world. They can appear to be clumsy when they’re on land but here, they are agile, graceful and zip through the water using those extraordinary wing-like front flippers.”

Seriously, Backshall just can’t stop telling us how incredible sea lions are. “They’re sleek … like a torpedo through the water!”

The video is a preview of the next episode of PBS’ Big Blue Live, a program showcasing the marine life of Monterey Bay. We recommend watching the episode, which airs Sunday at 8pm EST, to see Backshall declare sea lions the “absolute masters of the big blue.”

(h/t Jezebel)

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Grumpy Cat’s Getting a Wax Figure and Of Course She’s Mad About It

It will debut at Madame Tussauds San Francisco later this year

Poor Grumpy Cat had to tolerate all the measuring and fitting it takes to become a wax figure at Madame Tussauds. The museum just announced that the famous feline will be immortalized in wax at its San Francisco location, Business Wire reports.

In the clip below, you’ll see Grumpy Cat begrudgingly sit for the Madame Tussauds sculptors, who clearly want to make sure they get the wax figure just right.

Grumpy Cat’s figure will be “an animatronic with five different movements” and will be unveiled at the San Francisco museum later this year. After a short stay there, the figure will then tour the remaining five locations around the country. Until then, keep an eye on the Madame Tussauds Instagram for updates:

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