- A video of a kid has generated a lot of reactions with millions of views as he attempted to pronounce Nutella
- Instead of calling out the word, the boy pronounced the content in the branded bottle, saying it is peanut butter
- Many said the boy behaved like a politician with the way he was confident even when he said nonsense
Children are lovely beings and no wonder that they make for good entertainment. The video of a kid recently surfaced online and the reactions were quite hilarious.
In the kitchen, the baby read out the word Nutella on a peanut butter bottle. After reading it out, his attempt at pronouncing the word was dramatic.
He found another means to wobble the letters in a way he thought would force out the right pronunciation as he screamed out 'peanut butter' instead.
A woman, Shakirah Bourne, who shared the video said that though the boy was quite funny, he was still very confident.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the tweet has almost 300,000 likes and has been watched over three million times.
Below are some of the reactions it got:
"I love how he traces the word with his little finger as he confidently shouts PEANUT BUTTA!"
"Lol...all that syllable in one word. He reading peanut butter along the lines of it.
"He screamed 'peanut butter' with so much confidence."
"So confident! Love the pride!"
"This kid’s a natural politician."
"His confidence will make you question your sanity."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a father with the Twitter handle @TeflonBron shared a very lovely video of what his little daughter did when her mum came home.
The clip which has been seen over 800,000 times on Twitter only goes to show how innocent a kid's reactions are.
@TeflonBron who posted the clip in response to a tweet asking tweeps to share what makes them happy said the kid's reactions are priceless.
In the short video, the toddler ran towards the door while screaming "dadda eee mama" as a way of telling her dad that the mum is back.