Some kids are so cute I just want to run out and get preggers. I know it's a little more complicated than that, but this kid makes the choice seem easy. This little charmer is being asked by Grover what a marriage is. He does a pretty awesome job of explaining it. But why, Grover, are you pressing him for more information on what two people do in a marriage. He's a kid, ya fuzzy perv!
This is one of those videos where you have to say to yourself, "I'm laughing with him, not at him." Otherwise, you'll just feel guilty. Basically, this kid has an existential crisis because he can't figure out how to kick this ball. You can see the wheels turning: "If I drop the ball, I may lose it, so I must hold onto it. But then when I drop it and try to kick it, I fall on my butt." You can tell that even the dog feels sorry for him.
Baby JC wants in on big sister's hula hoop action. Pretty good moves, kid, but I think you might be forgetting something. . .
Kevin Lin is my new hero. While most 12-year-olds are sitting around picking their noses or playing video games, this little badass shows you how, with Adobe After Effects, you can be a
one man one boy special effects wizard. I particularly love the "Take that, bizatches!" expression he throws at the camera after each special effect. Well done, son, well done.
I can say that while being endlessly amused by his amazing froggie robe (I want one!) and silly laughter. Ridiculous.
Little Miss Perfect, a WeTV program about child beauty pageants, should totally dispel the myth that pageants encourage young girls to act and look like grown women before their time. Au contraire! Kid beauty pageants in fact encourage young girls to act like campy gay men in drag, or those men's fantasies of what women are. Uh, OK. All better?
Generation Xers, Grups, whatever you want to call them — are having babies now, so naturally this music-mad generation is having little kids who probably already read Pitchfork and have their futures staked out as musicians and DJs. Take these two little ones below. The one on the left is spinning already, and the 9-month-old on the right is playing the synthesizer. Which baby has a bigger future in the clubs?
Singing and dancing on webcams that they then post on YouTube. Secretly auditioning for a role in the next Broadway musical or MTV video. The child on the left put it best when he captioned one of his many lipsyncing YouTube videos thusly: "The song that is starting my kerir." I don't doubt it kid. But I'd keep an eye on your sister. She's pretty awesome, too.
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