Wednesday Wanderings: Lessons from British Folk Songs, Civil War Gag Reel, Ancient Cave, and Bad Lip Reading NFL

If you are a fan of British Isle folk songs, you will enjoy these. (It’s also pretty good advice.):

Making Light

Here’s a short gag reel from “Captain America: Civil War,” full of giggles and cursing. (Hey, you try to say “Ms. Maximoff manipulates molecular…”!):

Gag Reel

This cave in Romania has been isolated for 5 million years and has some incredible inhabitants:

Ancient Cave

And, as always, the Bad Lip Reading NFL version is hilarious:

Part One

Part Two

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