- A son who had stayed with his grandma for three days copied her way of walking in a hilarious video
- The kid remained unmoved even after the woman looked back and saw what he was doing behind her
- Many Instagram users who reacted to the clip spoke on how kids are quite observant of things around them
Kids could be so mischievous even in their relative innocence. A funny video showing a child imitating his grandma has stirred massive reactions on the internet.
In a short clip shared by @diaryofanaijagirl on Instagram, the kid acted out the frail way his grandma walks.
Standing a bit far behind the woman, the boy cocked his legs to reflect a bowleg. He bent his upper body a little and wobbled like the grandma.
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The video revealed that the boy learned and perfected the act in just three days of staying with the woman. The grandma caught him mimicking her walk steps.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 800 comments and thousands of likes.
Kids are observant
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Kids are terrible observant, watch what you do in their presence."
"These children we are 'borning' now are recycled ancestors."
"Oh let me not say the one that wore a pad too because she saw someone doing that."
"Small pikin no dey again ooo.... na small agbero be this ooo....so cute."
"Lol...the accuracy tho. Grandparents are the absolute best."
Girl sang along to Simi's Woman
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the video of a little girl singing along and dancing to Simi's Woman song has got many people reacting on social media.
As the song played on the TV, the girl drummed on a wooden piggy bank as she tried to say the correct lyrics.
At a point, she stopped drumming, looked at the screen, and started dancing. It was such a cute display of innocence.
Captioning the video, the musician wrote:
"I'm gonna confess right now and tell you guys the kids are my fave. The rest of you are really great, but kids. So incredibly fantastic."