With Magic Mike XXL hitting theaters, all eyes are on Channing Tatum. And you have to admit, the guy can move. Even Madonna's Vogue is no competition. While doing promo for the follow-up of Magic Mike, actor Channing Tatum showed some classic dance moves at Vanity Fair. And with classic we don't mean ballroom, a cha-cha-cha or linedance. Hell no.
There's a new trend in the office: desk safari! We hope your boss has a sense of humor or likes animals as much as his beloved co-workers. Why? The new hype hitting the office takes you on a trip to the jungle. Who's the fancy poodle of the team? Who's the lazy hippo? For once the characters of your colleagues can openly come out while you all have a laugh about it. Choose an animal, put a picture of it without the head fullscreen on your desktop and the party can begin. Let your office buddy pose behind your screen with only his/her head popping up. Or be a little bit nasty and take your snap sneaky without your colleague having a clue. ;-) Curious how good the creativity of your team is while jumping on the desk safari hype. At JAF we already gave a good example. You liiiiike? JafJaf!
We'll have to confirm that the Warlblers from Glee do exist in real life. They study and sing a capella at Oxford University, calling themselves Out of the Blue. The boys recorded a Shakira medley and released the single with a sassy video for charity. All profits go to the Helen and Douglas House, hospice care for terminally ill children and young adults. Hips don't lie and these guys sure know how to shake them! JafJaf!