- A baby named Anabelle has many laughing hard on Twitter after her parent posted a video of her online
- In the short clip, the kid tells her mum numerous times that she is brushing as her mum watches her wasting toothpaste in the bathroom
- Many people on the platform spoke about how smart and confident the little girl seems
A baby, Annabelle, has taken her dental health seriously... or something that looks like that as a video captured her wasting toothpaste in the bathroom.
As Annabelle's mum walks in on her in the bathroom and shouts, "Jesus Christ!", asking the girl what she is doing, the kid says:
"Mummy, I'm brushing, I'm brushing!"
What is perhaps most funny about the whole clip was that the kid's cheek had toothpaste plastered on it as she tried to take more from the tube.
To have access to the washing basin, she used a rubbish bin as a footstool. The whole 11-second video was really hilarious. As at the time of writing this report, her video has been watched over 250,000 times, gathering various comments online.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Kids can't cease to be amazing. Girls are always like this... so lovely."
"Mummy, I'm brushing, I'm brushing, I'm brushing. I've watched it like 20 times and can't stop laughing."
"The purity of their soul is something we adults need to emulate. Unfortunately, life doesn’t stop at childhood."
"I don't understand, someone is brushing and you are asking jamb questions."
"Chaiiii these kids are ahead of the parents that gave birth to them. So adorable, SPECIAL STARS."
"I like how she kept saying what she is doing. At least mummy you can see that I am busy doing my hygiene routine. Good girl."
A baby girl has united South Africans after an adorable clip of her attempting the viral John Vuli Gate challenge. The incredibly adorable clip was uploaded by @ChristoThurston onto his popular Twitter page recently.
In the short video, which Christo captioned, "Wa zama shem," which means "She's trying, shame," the little one can be seen doing her best to get the dance right.
While we can safely say her efforts may have been in vain, she has managed to melt thousands of South Africans' hearts. The 17-second long clip got nearly 40 000 views and over 3 000 likes. Many touched tweeps also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the child's 'killer' moves. Read some of their comments below.
@Raymond69529995 said: "Small things like this are the ones that make me believe a rainbow nation is possible."
@Simply_Natt joked: "This one will even fail a simple church choir step."
@LondieToya said: "Best Vuligate ever!"
@RantsoLesego said: "This is South Africa I am looking for, South Africa without history, without past, only the future. South Africa that knows no race."
@Nyikowachali wrote: "She's trying, we've got people who are 60-something who are claiming to be African but then not speaking one of the African languages."
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