Everybody, gather 'round ye computer monitor, for it is time for another child-unintentionally-swearing video. We love those! This time, it's a 21-month-old girl saying "flamingo." Only she pronounces it just a wee bit differently than most of us do. And I don't know how she came up with this pronunciation because it doesn't even make any sense. Still awesome, though! Here, let her father show you -- over and over again.
Fockamingos -- any relation to the Fockers? Just wondering. I'm not sure how you turn "fla" into "focka", but you know, toddlers are full of surprises. Anyway, this poor kid. She has no idea why the grownups are making her name that stuffed animal over and over again. Can't they hear?!? And can't they see with their own eyeballs what kind of animal it is? Sheesh. Talk about unreliable. When your parents need constant reminders about which animal you're holding in your hand, you really have to wonder about their sanity. And why are they filming this? And why do they keep laughing? Lunatics.
Do your kids ever come up with crazy mispronunciations that bear little resemblance to the original?
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