Graduation is one of the happiest times of a young adult's life. That's four years of work and stress in making for a piece of paper—a meaningful piece of paper. A graduate and his/her family should be happy and emotional during this time. 

That said, a lot of people can agree you don't need four boring hours in a commencement ceremony. So kudos to Peyton Manning for adding more life at the University of Virginia's (his wife's alma mater) commencement ceremony. Although it was a good speech, the most memorable parts are when he references his famously hilarious Saturday Night Live skit and decided to throw passes to eager graduating seniors (one catch is at the 3:30 mark). If only the real world was as fun.

[via Bleacher Report]