Who hasn't dreamt of standing on the top of a mountain, belting out your favorite tunes at the top of your lungs? There's something so liberating about singing, regardless of the talent you may or may not possess. If you're anything like me, you secretly wish you had the vocal cords of Carrie Underwood. The reality, however, is that your pipes don’t even come close. You save your solos, therefore, for long showers and car rides alone; that way no one has to endure your lack of singing ability and, at the same time, you avoid complete and utter embarrassment.
This scene begins with a gentleman singing opera while standing on a hillside in Antarctica. He sings his heart out to his audience that consists of the lady filming (presumably his wife) and several hundred penguins who just happen to be in the background. With this type of set-up, you would assume he's free to keep on singing with no interruptions. Plus, even if someone dislikes his music, the only being who could possibly say a word is the lady holding the camera, or so you’d think!
As the man continues to belt out his melody, surprisingly hitting the high and low notes, something happens that gives new meaning to the phrase, "The hills are alive with the sound of music." All the penguins start running the complete opposite direction of the singing-man. The hills become alive with scampering penguins who're determined to get out of there as quickly as their little unhappy feet will carry them. It could be they think his voice sounds like nails on a chalkboard, or maybe they're just plain startled by the unexpected racket. Either way, they aren't sticking around for an encore. Sheesh! Everyone’s a critic! It's a hilarious fifteen-second video, and if you want a good laugh then it's a must-see!!
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