If we had to make a list of the most remarkably unsexy activities one can engage in, yodeling is probably one of them. Traditionally characterized with green overall shorts and a lack of intelligible lyrics, yodeling hasn't exactly made strides in its hipness quotient. But when Brad Pitt and Jimmy Fallon take on the age-old practice, it becomes something magical.
Without channeling a single 19th-century outfit, Pitt and Fallon took to the rooftops of NYC to demonstrate the tacit understanding that can exist between two yodelers, reminding us that the pair can make pretty much anything cool. So, because Fallon has a new habit of doing hilarious things with beautiful celebrities, and because the Internet is a gift that keeps on giving, we give you the #yodel.
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New Yorkers are total pros when it comes to Halloween. Apparently, even back in the '70s, the city's kids knew how to pull together a costume that would photograph well.
Between 1974 and 1978, New York-based photographer Larry Racioppo documented children dressed in their Halloween finest across Bay Ridge, Queens, and read