One of the biggest sensations in music today – even bigger than Miley Cyrus’ tongue or whatever Justin Bieber is up to these days, is the song “The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?)” by Norwegian duo Ylvis, whose video for the tune went viral last month and landed the group on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, which saw the host even jump on the performance (watch both videos here below).
I must admit, I not only laughed my ass off at this song and its video, but I really started to seriously wonder, what does the fox say? The fox isn’t one of the animals on those See N Say toys, and I I’ve yet to encountered a fox out here on the streets of Brooklyn, so…
Of course, I’m not the only one who’s wondering what the fox says. Among the hordes of us scratching our heads about this is Cookie Monster, star of the long-running children series Sesame Street. In a Vine video posted this week, the big blue puppet decided to take a break from nom-nomming on some cookies to ask The Fox (also a puppet) what it says. Check out the Vine video here below to see what the Fox had to say about what the fox says.
With Season 2 of Game Of Thrones premiering tonight, we decided that our charity spotlight for today’s holiday, April Fool’s Day, would be TFAW’s Direwolf Cub Adoption. For only $2499.99 you can adopt your very own direwolf cub, which comes with all its necessary vaccinations, as well as a complimentary one-year supply of Purina Direwolf Chow. According to the adoption form, the direwolf cubs have been “rescued from the terrors that threaten their lives north of The Wall,” so just think about how much good you’d be doing!
If you love direwolves, but perhaps you don’t have enough room to keep one or sufficient funds to adopt one, here’s a practical alternative that’s great for any day of the year: you can symbolically adopt a Wolf from Defenders Of Wildlife organization for as low as $15. Your donation comes with Personalized Certificate, Photo & Fact Sheet; for only $10 more you’ll also get a small wolf plush. You can also “adopt” a Gray Wolf at the World Wildlife Fund – a $25 donation to them gets you an Adoption Certificate, Species Info Card, and Photo; for $50, you get all that, plus a 12-inch Wolf Plush, a Gift Box, and a Gift Bag.