The lady makes drumming in formal wear look more effortless than a hundred burly long-haired guys in wife-beaters and jeans. "Oh this? Yeah, I play the drums once in a while, no big deal."
Mali says: "At the end of our lovely, but long, ceremony in the College Chapel, Trinity College Dublin, my new husband and I were very ready to go get a drink, all we had to do was wait for Kevin the organist to play the last song. We had already been standing at the top of the steps for a fair few minutes when the video begins, and everyone was aware that something had gone wrong."
Oops! Good thing Kevin got the message in the end!
Hey, it's a proposal at a Foster The People concert! Who are Foster the People? They sing that one song. You know, the one that's about school shootings but nobody knows it because nobody listens to lyrics?
Sometimes the internet is used for evil. Spamming, arguing, unnecessary crossover fanfiction writing... the list goes on. Ok, I'm just gonna come out and say that really, most of the internet is evil. However, every once in a while it wipes the Cheetoh crumbs off its chest, pulls itself together, and makes something wonderful. This cute proposal is one of those rare moments. Skip to 4:26 to see the interwebs for once mobilized in the name of good, not evil.