This Soviet animated version of Winnie-the-Pooh from 1969-1972. Oh my goodness, these make my kids laugh so hard, even when no one is around to read them the English translation subtitles. They're much closer to A. A. Milne's original books than the Disney movies (even the classic version, made about the same time, which I love dearly). Do yourself a favor and try one -- they're great fun.
And here's a video that is completely different. It's Luke Evans and James Nesbitt singing a Dean Martin song together, live. I don't exactly love Luke's voice, but I love that he can sing, and the way he sings.
Moving right along, here are some blog posts I ran across in the last month that I found particularly thought-provoking or amusing or just generally share-worthy:
"From Atheist to a Lutheran Pulpit" on The First Premise.
"The Steamed-Up Screen" on Sister Daughter Mother Wife.
"Why You Should Learn to Stop Worrying and Start Loving the Title Cards" on Silent-ology.
And here is the one thing I found on Pinterest all month that has continually amused me. (From my Take Me to Middle Earth board.)
I kind of have been saying, "They're clearly trash" all month as a result. I can totally hear that line in Richard Armitage's voice, which is why it cracks me up so much.