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:
Jimmy Kimmel sat down to talk with kids about some very serious topics: Driving and money. Turns out, kids have absolutely no perspective of age, guessing that most people get their licences in their 40s, 50s and 60s. One kid even guessed tenty-eight (108).
When the late night host asked them what they would do with a million dollars, most of the kids opted to buy selfish big ticket items like big screen TVs and funhouses (with bouncy houses inside). Cutest moment goes to the kid at the end who wants to invest his money in his children and future wife, as well as charity.
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?
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.
Jimmy Kimmel is clearly infatuated with Christmas. Recently, he conducted his annual Naughty or Nice segment in which he asks kids how they behaved all year. Kimmel is pretty much Santa Claus in my eyes. But not according to the kids in his street interviews.
In the video, Kimmel asks kids to explain the story of Christmas. Their retellings are a bit jumbled up, but what can you expect? They probably have one thing on their minds — the gift of giving and receiving.
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I thought babies loved food. Nope, apparently sleep conquers everything. In this cute video called “Babies Trying to Stay Awake Compilation,” a group of little ones fail to keep their eyes open. Even with the enticing amounts of food in front of them (and sometimes in their mouths), they just can’t seem to stay in the game.
What I want to know is — why are they randomly falling asleep during their daily deeds? Perhaps these babies are having raging parties in their cribs at night. Probably not, but it does make you wonder. And now I shall ponder my own childhood and whether or not I too ignored my food for the temptress of slumber.
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Xanthofficial have created a really beautiful cover of MGMT’s “Kids,” which is a really electronic-driven song. In the cover, the guitarist named Sam uses a technique called “slap guitar” to cover the song. Basically, it consists of a lot of percussion-esque moves on the guitar that end up creating a beautiful beat. Sam also has a pretty angelic voice, which only adds to the swoons I am having from the cover.
Look at that face. How can you get angry at a face like that? You can’t. Sometimes children, no matter how naughty they are, are just so adorable that we can’t help but laugh at their cute ways. This is usually done by parents from behind a video camera, which will later end up a family video for all of the interwebz to see.
BuzzFeedVideo proves that parenting cute kids is literally impossible. In “Why Parenting Children is Impossible,” kids defeat parents with their adorable chubby cheeks, unreasonable demands, and cute sayings that come from the depths of their imaginations. Basically, it’s impossible to get mad at a human being when all they want to do is innocently devour donuts. Without getting caught, of course.
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Although sometimes cruel, we can’t deny that Jimmy Kimmel is an expert prankster. Asking parents once again to trick their kids into thinking they ate all their Halloween candy (here’s last year’s video), Kimmel has compiled another set of hilariously adorable reactions.
But while it’s a bit funny and sad to see crying kids at the beginning of the video, I must say, the reactions at the end are just so heartwarmingly precious.
Kids these days!! These two preschoolers were caught on camera fighting over presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Barack Obama. The petty fight starts with them claiming sides and ends with the Mitt Romney supporter proclaiming his victory and throwing a hard toy in the face of his nemesis. The Obama supporter then starts crying.
The mom posted the video on YouTube with the description: “I had no idea they had ever heard of Romney or Obama! Didn’t know they were learning about politics in preschool!” ADORBZ.
Think your parents are bad? This guy takes soccer WAY to seriously. He takes his best shot while his toddler stands in net. Am I a terrible person for watching this over and over again? lol! Yep, I’m going to hell…
Gabriel is in for a lifelong treat of sisterly advice. The two-year-old takes an earful from his older sister, who tells him that he needs to toughen up. The best part is that, apart from an apathetic appearance of his tongue, Gabriel just sits there and stares miserably into the abyss of his future.
From what I can gather, the older sister is lecturing Gabriel (in an ADORABLE British accent) that he shouldn’t be fighting with boys who are stronger than him. She even pulls the mum and dad card on young Gabriel. I’m not sure if I should admire this little one for being the best sister ever, or fear for Gabriel’s future. Ideally both.
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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From what I remember, it’s pretty tough being a self-conscious kid trying to get through the rigorous social structure of summer camp. So one
helpful 10-year-old kid wrote a list of instructions for campers, advising them on how to be cool.
While some of his tips are recommended (always shower) “How To Be Cool in Camp” reminds me how tough being young could be. The list regulates which words are cool, how to pick up girls and how to respond to certain questions.
Unfortunately the list is a little late considering summer’s almost over. So if you’ve been saying the cafeteria food is is “so-so” or “not bad” this whole time, we give you our deepest condolences.
When I was gifted my first lockable diary in elementary school, I remember writing on the inside cover: “TO MOM AND DAD: Do not touch this! It is an invasion of privacy and I will be mad.” Of course, the threatening message was probably riddled with spelling errors and sloppy cursive but the point is my
truly insightful entries about sticker books and mud pies were blocked from the adult world, as I’m guessing yours were too.
Thankfully, Buzzfeed highlighted some journal entries that have been kept hidden UNTIL NOW. Check out some of the diary entries, assignments and apology letters below!
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You just can’t win when you’re a parent, can you? For this dad trying to support his daughter while she’s on the monkey bars, whatever he does seems to be wrong. As his baby girl keeps cycling between, “I need you, I don’t need,” you just can’t help but feel sorry for this poor man.
*Sigh* Kids are so hard to please.
Sage Jimmy Kimmel and Truth Fairy Guillermo hooked a makeshift lie-detector test up to an innocent seven-year-old and prodded him about the very serious things kids think about: hating school, peeing a little bit in the swimming pool and hating dogs.
It was all in the name of teaching the next generation how necessary the virtue honesty is. The questions were simple and non-confrontational at first: “what’s your name?” “how old are you?” But eventually they became more serious. Ultimately, we learn that the next generation despises school, hates dogs and treasures a lexicon of saucy profanities.
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If you’re looking for a video but have limited time to devote to any given YouTube video, fear not. Here are five kinda amazing videos that are all under 25 seconds. [Source]
1) Pretty much everywhere, it’s gonna be hot.
2) It’s small but impressive, you would know about that.
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Do you ever miss watching all the inspirational advice Mister Rogers used to give? He was always so positive and had an answer for everything. Here’s the nicest video mashup you’ll see all day, courtesy of melodysheep.
Prepare to want to pick up a lost dream like Etch A Sketch, marble painting or paper mache.
When this couple left London to travel the world, they spent three weeks in rural Cambodia teaching English. While they were there, they decided to set the kids up for a challenge.
Teaching them how to say the hardest word in the English language, here is an adorable video of the kids learning how to say Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.