One dad hilariously reenacted his son falling in nettles and it's brilliant
The video has quickly gone viral.
One dad couldn’t help but recreate his son’s reaction to falling into nettles and the internet is loving it.
Comedian William Andrews shared a video of his reenactment of his son’s dramatic fall and it’s hilarious.
“This afternoon my son, who’s aged four, fell into the nettles,” he said in the video.
“He put both hands down in the nettles and I wanted to perform for you the words that he spoke whilst I was carrying him home.”
My son fell over. This is my report pic.twitter.com/Jk7aU3v987
— William Andrews (@Williamandrews) April 8, 2018
After a clearing of the throat and a second to compose himself, William began recreating the moments after the fall.
“It’s bad. It’s bad. It’s the baddest. It’s worse. It’s worse. It’s getting worserer,” he said as his son.
“Bring me to mummy. Bring me to mummy. Get me the cream.”
The video was shared just last night and has already gained over 385,000 views on Twitter.
With over 12,000 likes and nearly 4,000 retweets, it’s fair to say the video has gone viral and we can see why.
Required viewing for anyone who has a 4 year old, had a four year old, or may have a four year old one day. https://t.co/457ijO2jkG
— Mark Crysell (@MarkCrysell) April 9, 2018
Genuinely enjoyed this more than a lot of 60-minute television programmes https://t.co/PADZXJ5wkB
— Jack Seale (@jackseale) April 8, 2018
I want this read out at my funeral https://t.co/pI57sQoPD4
— Pablo Diablo Bonzo (@PabloBonzo) April 8, 2018
Ah that is funny. Wait until he’s older and stubs his toe. His words may not be as innocent!
— Anthony ? (@Anto1606) April 8, 2018
Your Son will be published at some point and even studied in schools, probably https://t.co/0DFksdD1oW
— Sarah (@sazzy69) April 8, 2018