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A Brilliant Invention

A Brilliant Invention

11-year-old Quinn Sheeran took a simple container of Old Spice deodorant and hacked it so it does something that it should have done since 1976 – it plays the theme from Rocky when you open it. Old Spice, hire this kid.

Veggie-Flavored Kit Kat

Veggie-Flavored Kit Kat

Baby Sofia seems to have grown her sweet tooth early, and would rather eat chocolates than vegetables. So her dad gives her the ol’ switcheroo. We wonder how many times she’ll fall for that.

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How to Ruin a Magic Trick

How to Ruin a Magic Trick

Here’s some vintage TV footage of a little kid named Murray being show a card trick. But you can’t fool Murray. His keen powers of observation help him spot a cheap trick a mile away. Murray, Murray, Murray.

Popsicle Thief

Popsicle Thief

An amused father catches his son about to eat a popsicle first thing in the morning. The sweet-faced bandit stalls for time, but he eventually pulls off an advanced trick: getting what you want without having to steal it.

Unlocking the Truth

Unlocking the Truth

Don’t be surprised if you have to pick your jaw up from the floor after watching the sixth grade shredders from Brooklyn that make up the tiny but powerful metal band Unlocking the Truth.

North Korean Musical Wunderkind

North Korean Musical Wunderkind

This six-year-old girl from Pyongyang sure can play a mean xylophone, but if you stick around long enough, you’ll find out that’s not the only instrument she’s mastered. Though she does have some competition.

Josh Turnbull Scores

Josh Turnbull Scores

Josh Turnbull, the 2-year-old son of Chelsea goal keeper Ross Turnbull took advantage of the goal that dear old dad left undefended after the final match of the season.

Little Gordon Ramsay

Little Gordon Ramsay

An amusing commercial from a few years back for hospitality jobs site Caterer.com in which we get a glimpse at the perpetually pissed off chef Gordon Ramsay as a child. We so wanted him to call his mum a donkey. More here.

Elisabetta Rocks

Elisabetta Rocks

We’re not strangers to early rock bloomers, but little Elisabetta’s naturally harsh vocals may just be the hardest we have heard so far. Little Red Riding Hood and doing laundry were never more metal. Original video here.

Two-Year-Old Burglar

Two-Year-Old Burglar

This little toddler is starting off on his life of crime early, as he uses a pair of nail clippers to crack into his big sister’s bedroom and swipe her toys at night. Even better yet, his proud parents posted the video on YouTube.

6-Year-Old B-Girl

6-Year-Old B-Girl

While the young breakdancer at the start of this clip isn’t half bad, the appropriately monikered 6-year-old Terra upstages his every move, dealing an epic deathblow to her competition. More here and here.

Trick Shot Titus

Trick Shot Titus

Don’t hate on Titus’ shooting form, because he’s got the touch. Watch him display his sharpshooting skills using a variety of shots, hoops and balls. Better watch out, Dude Perfect.

Kid President Pep Talk

Kid President Pep Talk

Soul Pancake entrusted their Kid-mander-in-chief to inspire you to choose a path that leads to awesome and accept your duty of giving the world reasons to dance. And we thought this was a great pep talk.

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Fight Like a Little Girl

Fight Like a Little Girl

(Lyrics NSFW) While we learned earlier how to fight a little girl, we’re going to have to prepare a whole new strategy for this little spitfire and her mad boxing and blocking skills. (Thanks Jack!)

Game of Thrones Kids Beatbox

Game of Thrones Kids Beatbox

On the season 1 DVD of Game of Thrones, the Stark kids sang along with the opening theme. For the season 2 disc, Arya, Sansa and Bran have “matured” so they decided to beatbox it instead.

Mission Impossi-baby

Mission Impossi-baby

In his YouTube debut, Kiran Patel impresses with a thrilling short film involving a baby and some bars of chocolate. A nominee for best special effects and appropriate use of vertical video.

Attack of the Quack

Attack of the Quack

YouTuber LesStrapontins demonstrates Pavlovian conditioning using his own brother as a test subject. The experiment is a success, both in terms of the results and the subject’s learning curve.

Intense Xylophone Kid

Intense Xylophone Kid

You’ll never know it from the sweet smile and disciplined stance, but this kid is about to rock the xylophone. We’re pretty sure that he’s going to be this guy a few years from now. Then this guy.

Can You Say Banana?

Can You Say Banana?

YouTuber PeregrinusHumilus asks his daughter Payton to say “banana” with an unexpectedly silly result. Considering she knows how to say “apple” this one’s a mystery to us.

Whirled Beat

Whirled Beat

This 10-year-old percussionist transforms his family’s washing machine into a complete drum kit with nothing more than his hands and an excellent sense of rhythm. (Thanks Dan!)

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PS22: Sandy Hook Tribute

PS22: Sandy Hook Tribute

The children of New York’s PS22 Chorus pay tribute to the families, children and teachers affected by the tragic events that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary last week by singing their school song.

Twelve Days of Christmas

Twelve Days of Christmas

A group of kids from a daycare center perform to the tune of The Twelve Days of Christmas. Everyone’s having fun, except for poor number 7, who can’t believe how shoddy the whole thing is.

Game Over!

Game Over!

Brooklyn-based artist Henry Hargreaves has a stylish series of monochromatic photographs revealing the beauteous forms of classic childhood toys and games like Battleship and Rubik’s Cube.

How Not to Topple Dominoes

How Not to Topple Dominoes

We’ve seen our share of incredible domino setups around here, but this is definitely not one of those times, as this little girl seemingly defies the laws of physics with her perfectly-aligned row of dominoes.

3-Year-Old vs. Warhead

3-Year-Old vs. Warhead

If you’ve ever tried Warheads candy, you know how sour those bad-boys can be. Perhaps inspired by this man, a guy lets his 3-year-old try one out with amusing results. Gotta love the dance at the end.

Chalktrail

Chalktrail

Attach the Chalktrail to the rear wheel of any bike, and kids (or grown-ups) can draw fun geometric sidewalk graffiti as they ride. Each chalk stick draws a 1.5 mile line. Scooter version coming soon.

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