TIME Music

Here’s the Vintage Jazz Version of ‘Lovefool’ You Had No Idea You Needed

It's actually quite great

The ’90s pop tune “Lovefool” is likely to get stuck in your head at really random times because it’s so damn catchy — but this vintage jazz cover might actually be better. It comes to us from Postmodern Jukebox, who recently gave us a Grease-style makeover of a Taylor Swift tune and a 1920s jazz rendition of a Coolio song.

This retro spin on “Lovefool” features vocalist Haley Reinhart accompanied by a full band, including a harp, trumpet, sax and trombone. The original version by the Cardigans is a 1990s staple — but this version really sounds like it could have been a 1940s classic.

Oh, and yeah: now “Lovefool” will be in your head for the rest of the week. Sorry.

TIME animals

Treat Yourself to This Video of a Piglet Playing With a Cat

You deserve this

#tbt to bitty Pearl and Elsa at play!! @pearlspigtales

A video posted by Lindsey Bonnice (@livesweetphotography) on

If you’re having a rough day — or if you’re having a good day and want to make it even better — we recommend taking 15 seconds to view this video of a tiny piglet named Pearl playing with a cat named Elsa.

This little gem of a video comes from Lindsey Bonnice of Live Sweet Photography. She also recently shared a video of some insanely cute baby goats headbutting one another, so enjoy that.

Oh, and if you want to see more Pearl, she’s got her own separate Instagram.

(h/t Buzzfeed)

TIME celebrity

Allow a Hilarious, Drunken Chris Pratt to Offer You Some Completely Useless Acting Tips

Warning: you'll be drunk off Chris Pratt's handsomeness after watching this video

Well, we totally called it: now that Chris Pratt is gearing up to promote his upcoming film Jurassic World, he’s doing bunch of weird and charming things. Like making this video for GQ, in which he gets drunk and then offers some top-notch acting advice.

Pratt explains how to act in just about every scenario: when you’re in a Jamba Juice and you see a T-Rex, when you’re in the desert and you see a snake, and when you get pulled over and you have weed in your glove compartment.

“This has been acting with Chris Pratt,” he concludes. “I hope it helps. I’m guessing it won’t. Just work out a lot and use sunscreen and roll the dice, man.”

Read next: The 10 Funniest Things Chris Pratt Said in His Reddit AMA

TIME viral

Enjoy This Glorious A Cappella Medley of the Various Boy Meets World Theme Songs

Sweet, sweet musical nostalgia

If you’ve already seen Pitch Perfect 2 and need some more aca-entertainment (meh) in your life, check out this glorious a cappella tribute to the beloved 1990s sitcom Boy Meets World.

Sketch comedy group The Warp Zone created this video, which features the various iterations of the Boy Meets World theme music, all done a cappella. Allow their sweet musical stylings to take you back to a simpler time, when interpersonal conflicts were always resolved in 22 minutes and everybody dumped water on each other’s heads, just for fun, long before the Ice Bucket Challenge was a thing.

If you’re thirsty for more, they’ve got a Fresh Prince version too.

Read next: The Pitch Perfect A Cappella Name Generator

TIME animals

Watch This Paddleboarder’s Extremely Close Encounter With an Orca

"He slowly crept up and grabbed the back of my board"

A New Zealand restaurant owner named Luke Reilly was doing some relaxing stand-up paddleboarding when an orca whale popped up out of nowhere. Naturally, things got a little less chill.

“He popped up about 10cm away from the back of my board,” Reilly told 3NEWS. “I was a bit nervous thinking, ‘what’s this guy going to do?'”

Reilly happened to have his GoPro with him, so he managed to film the encounter. He admits he was a “bit freaked out” while it was happening, but ultimately figured the animal was just curious.

TIME Education

This Woman Missed Graduation to Give Birth, So the College Brought Graduation to Her

Baby Milo arrived two weeks early

Juliet Smith was set to graduate from Guilford College this past Saturday when she got a bit of a surprise the night before: she went into labor.

Smith was out to dinner with her family Friday night, all set to arrive at her commencement at 7:30 the following morning when her water broke, ABC News reports. A few minutes before midnight, she gave birth to her son, Milo, two weeks before her June 9 due date.

Smith was obviously overjoyed about her new son, but was also quite disappointed about missing graduation after working so hard to earn her degree.

“I was so mad at him,” Smith said in a release. “And then I was upset with myself, because I didn’t want my first feeling toward my first son to be anger, but I’d been so excited to be a part of commencement for so long.”

Shortly after the official commencement, a group of teachers, deans and other faculty members arrived at the hospital to conduct a special ceremony for Smith. One professor even brought a tuba and played “Pomp and Circumstance.” He also played “Happy Birthday” to the newborn, because let’s not forget that there was a baby involved in all of this.

TIME viral

Watch This Store Clerk’s Hilarious Play-by-Play of a Robbery

"Here you go, you forgot this one sir"

When this store clerk in Utah was held at gunpoint, she remained calm and cooperated with the robber. But after he left the store — and was arrested a few minutes later — she managed to have a little fun with what we imagine was a traumatic experience. She went back over the security footage of the whole ordeal and gave it an extremely sarcastic play-by-play.

“I tried to keep him around as long as possible while pressing the emergency button,” the clerk explains on YouTube. You’ll see that she manages to stall him for several minutes, but not in time for the police to arrive. After he left the store, she called the police who found him a few minutes later at a carwash.

Props to this woman for managing to squeeze some humor out of a scary situation.

TIME Food & Drink

These Are the Best Places in America to Eat Barbecue This Summer

Well, according to TripAdvisor

If you’re planning a road trip this summer, we recommend structuring it around food. Specifically, barbecue food. Because when it’s hot out, you deserve to eat a bunch of meats and complementary side dishes.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the delicious barbecue options across the country, allow TripAdvisor to help. The travel site rounded up millions of reviews to determine the absolute best spots for BBQ.

Here are the site’s top 10 BBQ joints, along with some comments from TripAdvisor reviewers and pictures of the best dishes.

1. Joe’s BBQ – Blue Ridge, Georgia

TripAdvisor

“The pork and ribs are the standouts. Both were tender and packed with flavor, and smoked perfectly.”

2. Joe’s Kansas City Bar-B-Que – Kansas City, Kansas

TripAdvisor

“Don’t mind the line; it’s so worth the wait. I can’t stop thinking about the simple unadulterated pulled pork.”

3. Bogart’s Smokehouse – Saint Louis, Missouri

TripAdvisor

“The food is tender, juicy and has just the right amount of smoke in each bite. My favorites are the ribs, brisket and burnt ends.”

4. Reuben’s Smokehouse – Fort Myers, Florida

TripAdvisor

“The ribs have smokiness in every bite and the bacon wrapped meatloaf was cooked to perfection, not to mention the price is so right and leaves you feeling satisfied.”

5. Andy Nelson’s Southern Pit BBQ – Cockeysville, Maryland

TripAdvisor

“The best barbecue to be found in the Baltimore area and beyond! Wonderful food served with authentic southern style hospitality.”

6. Captain’s BBQ – Palm Coast, Florida

TripAdvisor

“The meat was great, but they flat out know how to cook the sides as well. Fabulous baked beans, collards and coleslaw.”

7. HogsHead Café – Richmond, Virginia

Hogshead - Hog Dog
TripAdvisor

“The barbecue ribs melt in your mouth and the pulled chicken was just as good.”

8. Buck’s Smokehouse – Destin, Florida

TripAdvisor

“The pork ribs and brisket were some of the best I’ve ever had! Great flavor and the meat was extremely tender.”

9. Franklin Barbecue – Austin, Texas

TripAdvisor

“The wait is worth the best brisket and ribs you will ever have; they just melt in your mouth. It’s enough to make you go to the back of the line and start over.”

10. Pappy’s Smokehouse – Saint Louis, Missouri

TripAdvisor

“The best ribs I’ve ever had! Beef brisket that has such good flavor it doesn’t even need sauce, but don’t skip the sauce – it’s great too.”

TIME Music

This Banjo Cover of ‘The Final Countdown’ Is Surprisingly Beautiful

Thanks to legendary banjo player Béla Fleck and his wife Abigail Washburn

Okay, so, just hear us out. This banjo cover of “The Final Countdown” — that irritatingly catchy ’80s jam — is actually lovely. Really, really lovely. The A.V. Club invited banjo legend Béla Fleck and his equally talented wife, Abigail Washburn, to perform the tune — and they totally crushed it.

Oh, Fleck and Washburn perform in ridiculous ’80s-style wigs to really evoke the spirit of the song.

Now, just try and watch the video without picturing Gob Bluth making a dramatic entrance.

Read next: How a $600 Banjo Saved My Life

TIME celebrity

Watch Jennifer Lopez Reveal Her Past in a Game of ‘Never Have I Ever’

Oh, you'll learn some stuff about Ellen DeGeneres too

On a recent episode of Ellen, J.Lo was enlisted for a little soul-baring game known as “Never Have I Ever.” For those who’ve never been lucky enough to play this game, it simply requires participants to respond with “I have” or “I have never” to a statement that begins with “Never have I ever…” (Usually these statements involve weird sex stuff.)

Ellen gets right to it, starting off with, “Never have I ever hired a dancer because I wanted to hook up with them.” J.Lo first says “I have never,” and then gives it a little more thought and changes her answer.

Watch Ellen and J.Lo’s full segment above.

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