This three-year-old was caught on camera fibbing to his mom about eating red sprinkles. How do we know he’s lying? The poor kid forgot to clean up his mess and the sprinkles were smothered all over his face and in his gums.
“He has an amazing imagination and loves to tell us stories,” his mom wrote on YouTube. “I saw this as a sweet moment, something that every child goes through…where they try to push the boundaries to see how far they can go.”
Lesson learned. This kid has got to learn panic moonwalking like Nick on New Girl. Instead of lying and making up a story, he could have just escaped the situation altogether Michael Jackson style:
I’m pretty sure this toddler is going to rule the golf world with his wicked swing one day. He barely fails to make contact with each of the golf balls on the ground of his empty basement. In fact, this 17-month-old hits the balls so hard I wonder if he might be better suited for a career in baseball?
Remember when you were a kid and got a present you REALLY wanted? For me, it was my Furby. My dad said he waited in line for an hour with other disgruntled parents, just like that movie Jingle All The Way. For Reese, it was a new game. It was too much for him to take and he got overwhelmed with tears of joy. What was your favourite Christmas present as a kid?
These kids were trying their darndest to perform their choreographed routine to the Christmas classic “The Twelve Days of Christmas” at their school recital, but they just couldn’t get it right. Each of the kids were showing off their impressive numerical skills by holding up signs counting down the numbers in the song.
Unfortunately, one adorable kids wants to hold his sign up when it’s not his turn, much to the chagrin of the person standing next to him, who is clearly dealing with amateurs. His friends try to help him — to make him see — but he just can’t hold his sign up at the right time or perform the proper arm extension. Although he tried, I think his teacher is going to save him for number one next year, which requires less countingskills.
For a lot of people (ahem, me) team sports as a child were super nerve-racking because of the all-consuming fear of being chosen last. Luckily, these two kids have loving family members to prepare them for the big day that they’ll have their first go at organized sports.
Unfortunately, neither child is necessarily adept in their chosen arenas. Let’s assess:
This kid has so much passion for wiffle ball… until he doesn’t. In fact, he has a two-second attention span. That’s a record low!! This was the three-year-old’s second time playing the sport but it looks like he’ll need a lot more practice.
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A) … memorized the choreography to Flashdance‘s “Maniac” and is showing how much better he can perform it than his younger brother.
B) … boxing in the ring with powerful albeit poorly positioned punches. His strategy is to throw his competitor off base with his fancy footwork.
Answer: The so-called Maniac Max is boxing on the Wii. His parents are already planning to play this clip at his future wedding [evil laugh].
“Look at this cat. Look how adorable he is. He is so cute. He’s going to be on YouTube.” Some wise words from Chris, described as the youngest commentator on YouTube. He’s basically going to be a future cat video aficionado. But please, someone please help this cat! He’s adorable but looks so SAD.
Zack’s dad foreshadows this video’s finale from the very beginning when he cautions: “Careful Zack, there could be dinosaurs.”
But the two-year-old is brave so he doesn’t listen. He keeps running along the path with youthful innocence, until he sees the gigantic robotic dino. He pauses in his tracks, like a deer in the headlights, when his mom asks: “Are you scared?”
After pondering the question for just a second, he turns around and starts running away from the dinosaur screaming. Zack loves dinosaurs, but he’s never seen one bigger than himself.
This dude knows how to eat a pizza in style. It’s a very precise procedure that involves wearing sunglasses, slowly dancing toward it and then caressing the slice with your face. Then you take one bite and start the process ALL OVER AGAIN.
Okay, we’ve found the boundary. Purple dinosaurs are okay but purple bears go too far.
Some teachers at a Pennsylvania school thought they were treating a class of kids when they invited in Mr. McFeely and Purple Panda from the TV show Mister Rogers. Unfortunately, it backfired and the distressed children ran away in fear.
Comforting the children didn’t really work either. The character, from Planet Purple, has a robotic monotone voice and travels by teleportation. I don’t blame them for rejecting him.
Watch it here: