Thanks to my trusty 8tracks that I was able to relive Pharell Williams’ Happy after I probably didn’t notice it the first time I watched Despicable Me 2. I just recently found out about the #HappyDay last March 20 which is the second International Day of Happiness and Pharell together with the UN Foundation challenged all the countries to make their own rendition of the song. Check this one out from Australia:
Being the copycat that I am, I convinced my roommates to make a #HappyDay video with me.
Unlike travelling to a place you’ve never been before, where you have to pack your bags and pay to ride by land or fly by plane for hours. Unlike eating food you’ve never tried before, where you can end up going for seconds or going to the sink to throw up. Unlike meeting a person you’ve never known before, where you have to transform into a showbiz talkshow host peering into their private lives just so you can get to know them more. However you want to experience something you haven’t experienced before, there’s something about listening to a playlist where you have no idea what comes next.
I don’t know what will happen seconds after I write this first sentence. I may lock my computer and go home since it’s already past one in the morning, or perhaps go to the nearest coffee shop for a frappe to keep me awake so I can work till my eyes forbid me to, I can also continue writing this which you know now is what happened since you’re still currently reading on.