Gold medal decathlete Bryan Clay has retired from his sport, but he still keeps his javelin handy for special occasions such as pulling his daughter’s loose baby tooth. Good luck finding the tooth after that.
YouTuber cb6652’s 2-year-old daughter puts on her mean face when she sings the alphabet song. He added a metal track and the rest is viral history. Watch out for her first single, The Chant of EMOMOMOPEE.
In Soviet Russia (or the Czech Republic), dog walks you. That’s literally what these people witnessed as they drove along a road and came across a youngster who found himself on the wrong end of the leash. Mirror here.
Kids will be kids, but if our rugrats did the kind of destruction these troublemakers caused, we might just have to put them up for adoption – except maybe the one who put the stickers on the baby, because that’s just funny.
(NSFW: Language) “So young and yet so disgusting!” The Onion talks to Tyler Morgan, who got accepted into Ohio State University even though he’s only 13 years old, thanks to his college-level drinking skills.
The 2014-15 Louisville Leopard Percussionists, aged 7 to 12 practice a medley of Led Zeppelin classics Kashmir, The Ocean and Immigrant Song, played on marimbas, xylophone, vibraphone, drums, timbales, congas, bongos and piano.
Here in the States, breakfast usually consists of cereal, eggs, meats or pastries. But these kids learn that dining habits vary greatly around the world, as they partake of some very different takes on the most important meal of the day.
Now 4-years-old, the sharpshootingtoddlerTitus Ashby took his talents to Lake Tahoe to shoot basketballs, footballs and even baseballs on his battered hoop. He also headbutted a rock. Just to switch things up a bit.
The Fine Brothers hand a bunch of today’s kids the 1985 storytelling bear Teddy Ruxpin. We love how some kids think he’s weird and creepy too. Our favorite quote: “Is this from Five Nights at Freddy’s?” Also, kids have no attention span.
We’d never trust a four-year-old with a set of nunchucks, but this kid seems to know what he’s doing. Watch as he does his best impression of Bruce Lee as he mimics his moves on the TV behind him – without breaking the screen.
“There’s no photo fluid in this thing!”The Fine Brothers handed their gang of curious children a camera that actually uses 35mm film. They all understand what it is, but most have no idea how to shoot pictures with it. Oh, to be young.
A couple of little girls decide to play outside with their flying mutant helicopter/doll thingie, but they seem to have underestimated its ability to take flight. Oh well, it’s bound to land somewhere, right? Mars, perhaps?
The Pee Wee Football League Mighty Mites ran full-bore towards a celebratory banner, but their unstoppable force met an immovable object resulting in an amusing, but embarrassing outcome for the kids. Upgraded edition here.
Three-year-old Lyonya Shilovskya was invited to join the stage with a symphony orchestra in Russia to perform a section of Offenbach’s classic Orpheus in the Underworld. We’re still convinced he’s an adult in a little kid costume.
Yeah, radical! For their latest “Kids React to” clip, The Fine Brothers ask today’s kids to watch the original animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoons which ran from 1987 to 1996. We also love their reactions to the reboot trailer.
A father discovered that his son really hates that “Nationwide is on your side” commercial jingle. Cheer up kid, we hate insurance companies too. It’s also possible he just hates his dad’s off-key singing. Also, bribery will get you everywhere.
For their latest “Kids React to…” video, The Fine Brothers asked today’s youth to try out an old Nintendo Game Boy – which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Best quote: “You don’t just turn it on and get the apps?”
Under no circumstances do we condone any sort of violence towards children, so despite the title of this post, you can rest assured that no harm came to the boy who served as a surrogate drum kit for Atticus Avenue drummer Brad Kuehner.
♬We’re goin’ surfin’ on the Internet!♬ For their latest Somebody Reacts to Something video, The Fine Bros. subject teens to a cheesy 1990s video about how to use the Internet, then questions them about the tech they take for granted today.
We know the feeling, kid. Sometimes the day just tires you out and you just need to take a nap (especially between 4pm and 5pm). We can only assume whoever was shooting the video eventually stopped this kid’s circuitous route.
After retiring from the music scene, Phil Collins took to the stage one more time, joining a group of kids from his sons’ middle school band. The tunes begin at about 2:15, with In the Air Tonight. and at 11:50 with Land of Confusion.
Go, go #yoyobaby! Despite his age, 6-year-old Kazuya Murata is already better at spinning a yo-yo than you ever have been or will be. We’re not sure what this skill qualifies him for later in life, but for now, he’s a champ.