- A clip of a toddler destroying a TV set has been shared online by a shocked South African Twitter user
- In the clip, the child is seen repeatedly hitting the flat-screen TV with what appears to be a potato masher
- South Africans could not deal with the clip and made this clear in the comment section where they imagined themselves as the parents
Anyone with a toddler will agree that those little ones are a handful. A clip shared online by a local Twitter user proved this statement through and through after sharing a clip of a toddler that had broken a flat-screen TV.
In the clip, the little one, who is still holding his weapon of choice, can be seen moving away from the already-damaged television once the person with the camera walks in on him repeatedly hitting it with what looks like a potato masher.
"What are we supposed to do with these little adorable humans?" rixongilesharon captioned the clip.
Shook locals had this to say:
"What must happen to adults who take videos of children who misbehave like this? Children need guidance, shooting such videos and not stopping the act will make them think you approve of such a despicable act."
"The best thing to do is to stop shooting a video and actually stop a child from doing wrong things. I make sounds to my daughter that she knows what I mean. Ah ah, No, Stop, Don't do that, Yey, Hey... These are sounds I make and she stops. I don't sit my ass down and shoot videos."
"Babies are cute until they become toddlers, toddlers are horrible people."
In other Briefly News, a little girl has managed to win over the internet after she shared a hilarious yet freakishly adorable reaction to her dad telling her what she knows for sure is a lie. The clip was uploaded by the doting father who has made a living by creating cute family content that his thousands of followers can completely relate to.
In the hilarious clip shared by social media guru, @FamilyKabs, the dad and his daughter are engaged in a conversation about different languages. The young father then claims that he knows 12 languages but his little girl doesn't buy it at all - and this becomes increasingly evident after she shuts the conversation down to start singing instead.
"I told Mali I could speak 12 languages. I definitely wasn’t ready..." he captioned the sweet clip.
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