Out of context, this video would be really, really weird. It all makes a little more sense when you realize it’s a conversation that creator Matthew Clarke had with his two-year-old daughter Coco which he then re-enacted with a grown man (David Milchard) playing Coco.
I don’t know what’s funnier: watching Michard say everything with a straight face or knowing that Coco probably said all of that with a straight face and without a trace of irony. Kids, man. They say the darndest things.
This little girl has wheelies on lock as she spins around in her battery-powered car. And round, and round, and round, and round she goes…
Avertisers Saatchi and Saatchi Sydney teamed up with post-production company Heckler to create this short video of kids eating foods for the first time for TEDx Sydney. While kids doing anything is adorable, this video is as cute as can be as their reactions to eating gross things like Vegemite and anchovies are played back in slow motion. You can see how the children react with their whole bodies. While I did feel a little bad that they had to endure some pretty gross stuff, just wait until the very end when all you want to do is yell “SUCCESS!” with one happy baby.
Move over Sophia Grace, Ellen Degeneres has a new adorable young act and his name is Kai. When Kai visited Ellen for the second time he managed to acheive a lot between his visits: he met Bruno Mars on a plane, got Ellen to agree to be his girlfriend, and belted out a tune. You will not be able to handle all this cuteness. He serenades Ellen with “When I Was Your Man,” and got her a bracelet. Who can say no to that? The best part is when Ellen says “Well this is going to make news,” when he asks her to go steady. Poor Kai didn’t get the memo.
While being a parent looks like a hard job, there are a few perks that come along with it. Besides the unconditional love and personal growth, parents are also allowed to become the ultimate troll when it comes to raising kids. For example, I totally plan on dressing my future kids up in horribly embarrassing (but cute!) animal costumes every day. I mean, why do they only get to be mini-penguins on Halloween? They should be mini-penguins ALL THE TIME.
Or you can watch how this current dad trolls his four-year-old kid while he takes advantage of another perk of parenthood: playing in the ball pit. I can’t wait to see this kid grow up and totally owning his dad with pranks. It’ll be their form of father and son bonding. Just remember to hit record and upload to YouTube please.
You know when you get all excited about getting mail because maybe, just maybe you’ll get a nice letter or postcard from a friend or family member? But when you actually go through it all, you find out that they’re all bills? Well, this video of a kid getting knocked down by a pile of incoming mail pretty much personifies that feeling of disappointment. It’s both funny and sad because you know how it feels.
A magician never reveals his secrets. But sometimes, their secrets are revealed for them.
That’s exactly what happened when this TV host tried to perform a card trick for little Murray. He may be young, but he has a keen eye, and when he notices something is off, hilarity ensues.
This video is proof that kids are a lot smarter than we give them credit for. If this man learned anything from this experience, I hope it was to never underestimate the intelligence of a child, no matter what their age.
A lot of little boys picture themselves scoring a touchdown in a huge stadium with the roar of a cheering crowd in the background. And with the help of the Nebraska Huskers, 7-year-old Jack Hoffman got to live that dream.
Hoffman is a cancer patient who has been close to the team’s running back, Rex Burkhead, since last season, and he scored a 69-yard touchdown for his heroes in their annual Red-White spring game yesterday.
This is such a touching gesture by the team and an amazing opportunity for Jack and his family. Watch the video of his big moment and try to hold back the flood of tears that will inevitably build up behind your eyes:
When I was growing up, there were 9 planets in our solar system: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. I can thank the many hours of devouring episodes of Sailor Moon and the many science books for kids my parents bought me.
Then Pluto got demoted to a “dwarf planet” in 2006 because it’s not the only large body in the Kuiper belt, bring the official planet count to 8. Despite the official change in status, to me, Pluto will always be a planet.
There is also one little girl who feels the same way but took it one step further and wrote a letter to noted astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. Read her passionate letter below:
I hope he wrote back to her, not in cursive of course.
Oh Rihanna…please try harder.
Scheduled to make an appearance in Chicago’s Barrington High School, the singer made 2000 kids wait for more than three hours for her to appear.
And when she did arrive, she only stayed for 12 minutes. Blaming the traffic for her tardiness, Rih tweeted, “This Chicago traffic is not working,” along with a picture of cars in front of her.
The singer was to congratulate the winners of the Shine Like a Diamond contest, in which schools and students submitted videos and were recognized for giving back to their communities, their creativity and school spirit.
But despite Rihanna’s short stay, she DID send a series of tweets honouring the school.
This is a nice gesture, but being late is never cute. At least she made an appearance instead of bailing on the kids.
All I ever wanted to be in elementary school was cool. I had my fancy yo-yos, all the right pokémon cards and wore a lot of pink. Needless to say, I wasn’t cool at all. It must’ve been all the Blues Clues I was watching or the Harry Potter books to come later on (this was before being a nerd was cool).
So yeah, I wish I had this second grader’s advice on how to be cool:
According to Rusty Blazenhoff‘s daughter, you’re cool if you:
- don’t wear cloths (by this, I assume she means napkins) at the dinner, breakfast or lunch table
- give your favourite stuffed animal a hat, and
- don’t do your homework on the weekends (that includes Friday)
No homework on the weekends? Okay, I see where I went wrong then.
Youtuber melodysheep gets his hands all over some vintage Lucky Charms commercials and remixes it to create this gem of an a song just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Who knew the Lucky the Leprechaun had a little pop star in him?
Before TV, computers, cell phones, iPods, iPhones, iPads, iPad minis or any other technology we have today, kids were required to play with simple things, like Barbies and balloons.
It’s easy to forget how fun these things were, and this totally adorable baby is here to remind us that the most entertaining things in life don’t necessarily come from the Apple Store. I dare you not to let an “awwww” escape your lips as you watch his giggle fit play out.
Yes, you read that correctly. A two-year-old Chicago boy was rushed to the hospital after coughing up a piece of rubber which it turned out was part of a used condom. Apparently, the little boy consumed the condom while playing in a McDonald’s play area with his brother.
The boys’ mother, Anishi Spencer, is now suing the fast-food chain for $50,000 dollars worth of damages. She says the restaurant failed to properly clean hazardous debris from an area used by kids, and they did not use surveillance to uncover any “deviant activites” on its grounds. The money from the lawsuit will be used to pay her son’s medical bills.
This is absolutely DISGUSTING, and a new low for McDonald’s. Hopefully they are able to get to the bottom of this and figure out who took the meaning of “play area” to a very adult level.
I always love it when parents introduce their kids to music they enjoy. Because instead of listening to the “Itsy Bitsy Spider” a couple hundred times, having them appreciate the musical tunes of ABBA or The Beatles can make car rides a fun, family affair!
While I’m not entirely sure if Korn is appropriate, it sure seems like these parents are doing just fine in raising their kids. Considering that kids never really seem to listen to what the lyrics mean, it’s awfully cute to see them trying.
That little boy on the right is insanely adorable. He would make a great lead singer and I imagine him to have an AWESOME HEADBANG!
As a ranger in Yosemite National Park, Reddit user bestmattever says he gets a lot of mail from visitors but this letter is his favourite (and with good reason):
Just in case you can’t read it, here’s what the letter says:
Dear Park Rangers,
I am a Yosemite Junior Ranger. I went to Yosemite recently and accidently brought home two sticks. I know I’m not supposed to take things from the park, so I am sending them back. Please put them in nature.
Kids, man. They’re the best.
In another edition of “Parenting, You’re Doing It Right,” one parent penned a letter to her daughter explaining why the Tooth Fairy wasn’t able to deliver her reward. Unfortunately for Emily, her room was just too messy for the Tooth Fairy to find and exchange Emily’s tooth for a cash prize.
The parents are awesome for not only:
1) keeping the Tooth Fairy alive and well in their daughter’s eyes and
2) throwing in some parenting along the way
Here’s the letter in full:
Redditor denmoff‘s daughter really loves the moon. Watch as she tries her hardest to jump and get the moon.
We really hope that her love of the moon inspires her to be an astronaut one day, and not just in the sense of how Richard Branson wants to commercialize space travel. We want to see her get hired by NASA and on the first moon landing since December 11th, 1972 when Apollo 17 last touched down.
If that’s too far off to satiate this adorable little girl, she could also pass for Agnes in Despicable Me if Dreamworks decides to do a live-action version of the film.
Didn’t have time to to watch this year’s Best Picture nominees? Now you don’t have to thanks to Official Comedy!
In just under three minutes, Official Comedy’s adorable cast of kids recap Zero Dark Thirty, Argo, Lincoln, Beasts of the Southern Wild and Django Unchained. Yes, that’s right, folks, Django Unchained! But how do they get kids to re-enact all those violent scenes? Lots of censorship, of course!
Despite the short run-time, you’ll be able to understand the plots of each movie more than some movie viewers ever did! Just sit back, relax and try not to die of cuteness.