- A little boy has become famous for just being himself and eating a banana
- Many tweeps found the boy's eating manner funny as they said kids are adorable
- The kid breathed as if he was exerting so much energy by munching the fruit
Children arguably have the most adorable collection of expressions. The way they go about things with their innocence always gets adults talking.
A video of an unnamed kid eating a banana has become a viral sensation online. Despite the fact that the little boy was not talking, many just could not help admiring him. In the short clip, the kid focused his attention on his fruit and at short intervals looked at the camera.
After almost every bite, he made faces at whoever was behind the camera with meaning-packed expressions that may mean that he was enjoying his meal and not ready to share.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered more than 700,000 views with thousands of comments.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Just brings an automatic smile to your face, babies are amazing."
"Lol sometimes I wish babies would stay babies forever."
"Happiness is free! Chomp life before life chomps you."
"Its the way he breathes after taking a bite that makes me wanna cry."
"The most beautiful thing you'll see this month."
In other news about adorable kids, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the little boy who rapped the ABCs. Little Sam showed his intelligence by rapping the alphabet and rhyming the letters with beautiful concepts.
The interesting thing about it all is that, as the kid rapped about each alphabet around professions, he spoke about how the mentioned fields affect life. He did all that in a song!
He was invited onto The Ellen Degeneres Show after a video of him rapping went viral. Ellen loved the adorable little boy and captioned a post on Instagram with the following:
"The 'You Can Be ABCs' might be my favourite thing of 2020 and having Sam on my show to perform it live did not disappoint."
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