When Justin Fox gave his bride, Raven, her engagement ring, she noticed it had an odd feature. Sitting under a glittering array of diamonds, just under the head of the ring, was a tiny white rock—or what appeared to be a rock—where it looked like a diamond should be.
Raven asked Fox if it was a mistake, and he said, “No, that’s the way it’s supposed to be.” He told her that one day he would explain the significance of that little rock.
That “one day” turned out to be their wedding day, smack dab in the middle of their vows in front of all their friends and family. And the meaning of the “rock”? Well, that turned out to be one of the oddest but sweetest engagement ring stories ever.
We all have a friend who is the life of the party. They get the party started and are the first ones to go on the dance floor and the last ones to leave.
Similarly, in this middle school dance, the assistant principal took to the dance floor first to encourage his students to dance and enjoy the party to the fullest. In a video—uploaded by TikTok user @itstati_08—that’s winning hearts online, his students are seen cheering for him while the assistant principal shows off his epic moves and has a good time to the song “Chill Vibes” by Tollan Kim.
A new video by Our Eden traces the timeline of one of the most ambitious environmental projects in world history, the Great Green Wall in Africa. Eleven countries from the African Union have come together to build a 5,000-mile wall across the entire width of the continent made from trees and grass by 2030.
The project aims to prevent the entire Sahara Desert from moving southward into the Sahel region, which is home to over 100 million people and growing.
“The Goonies” is a classic ‘80s film about energetic, fast-talking kids searching for One-Eyed Willie’s treasure. It’s fun for two hours, but the day-in and day-out grind of working with the young cast was a bit much for director Richard Donner.
“Everyone we cast was high energy, and after a while, it kind of started working on Dick. It’d tear him apart a little bit, a piece [at a] time,” the film’s writer-producer Steven Spielberg later recalled in “Reunited Apart with Josh Gad.”
Donner’s exhaustion inspired Spielberg to pull an epic prank.
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