2-Year-Old Doesn't Want to Share His Beer With His Dad (VIDEO)


toddler beerAww, toddlers! They're so ... what's the word? Grabby? Demanding? They want everything just because. Doesn't matter what it is. Doesn't matter if it's something that will make them sick or tastes yucky or is covered in fuzz. If you want it, it's MINE.

Like this little guy here. His parents caught him demanding his dad's beer. "Daddy's beer!" His parents say. "NO MYYYYY beer!" he whines.

Darn kids. Can't we even drink in peace? Samuel H. Adams!

Look little dude, you wouldn't even like that stuff if your daddy gave it to you! You just want it because Daddy seems to like it so much. But you know what? Maybe Daddy like his pad Thai drowned in sriracha, which is nothing like ketchup. See? Daddy likes some yucky things. He's weird. All grown-ups are.

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But it doesn't matter. The only thing a toddler doesn't WANT right now is that dinner you're trying to feed him. And why is that? Because it's not your beer, that why. Maybe if they put some pureed asparagus in a beer bottle, we'd get somewhere. I mean, it's worth a try. Come to think of it, I feel like we learned something valuable here with this video today.

Does your toddler want everything you have no matter what it is?


Image via Elizabeth Rafferty/YouTube



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wamom223 wamom223

We pretty much never have beer in our fridge so I will admit to wanting to giggle when my four year old took out a bottle of beer on New Years Day and said, "I'm drinking this at dinner, it looks awesome."  For the most part we haven't had a lot of problems with this unless I have candy or anyone in the vicinity has candy and then my son is ready with a lecture on the joy's of sharing.

Cel7777 Cel7777

Haha this about sums it up with kids at that age...too funny.

femal... femaleMIKE

My 2 year old niece came over one day, asked me for toys.  So I gave her crayons and drawing paper (printing paper), she wouldn't let me color with her.  She said it was hers and no she wouldn't share.

nonmember avatar Katy

This is hilarious! My little brother did the same thing at 2.. he would steal my dad's beer off the coffee table and try to hide behind the couch so he could drink it. I think he might have often gotten a sip or two in before they could grab it from him!

emomo... emomother3

haha i have a three year old who believes everything is his you got it he will runn from across the room pull up a chair and demand ur gonna share noe he has his about to be two year old brother coming from no where screaming mine! lol no matter what it is.

nonmember avatar j5s

How any parent finds this funny is beyond me! Seriously!!?? I know children, I have five and own a child care center in Mass. It is shocking that parents are video taping, laughing, and taunting this poor child who is doing what all children want to do at his age and be like his dad with a BEER! Why is this funny? My children have all seen people drink but know it is not for them and certainly not something to joke about.

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