It’s a nightmare for all parents working at home with young children. There will be conference calls and children, no matter how many times you tell them to be quiet or try to distract them with a TV show, will come wandering over when you’re in the middle of a call. It’s one thing for several co-workers to hear your child demonstrate that they know how to fart using their armpit, but this situation occurred on a worldwide news network – the BBC. It’s HILARIOUS.
The video starts with Professor Robert Kelly conducting a Skype interview with a BBC new anchor. The topic is tension between North and South Korea. He’s holding the interview in his home office/bedroom. The door is shut, but he didn’t lock it. Suddenly, the door swings open and his toddler daughter walks in with possibly the cutest swagger ever. She looks like she’s about four and is munching on some food. The BBC anchor is instantly amused. It’s a funny moment.
That’s not all though. This video is packed to the gills with comedy galore. While the toddler is standing next to her daddy, trying to get his attention by her presence… and he’s trying to gently redirect her back toward the door, a baby in a walker pushes his way into the room like he owns it. Flustered, Kelly is trying to keep focused on the interviewer. But the hilarity is far from over.
While I’m still trying to catch my breath from laughing at the kids, the mother comes running/sliding into the room. She may be doing a subconscious imitation of Cosmo Kramer from “Seinfeld”. Desperately, she grabs both the toddler and the baby and leads them towards the door… where there’s a bit of a logjam, but she gets them out. Then as a cherry on top of this hilarious sundae, we see her close the door while kneeling. Kelly, being the Brit that he is, is trying to keep a stiff upper lip, but it’s clear that he’s embarrassed beyond belief.
I have not seen something this funny in a long time. It’s no surprise that it’s gone viral. Have you had anything like this happen? Tell us in the comments! Also, please “Like” us on Facebook!
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