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Kung fu baby

Some pregnant women tell me that their unborn child must be doing gymnastics while in utero. Others say the kids are going to be boxers they hit the mother so much.

Still other babies are born with gifts that take others decades to master. Much to the mother’s dismay, the baby in this clip must have spent months perfecting these moves before birth. I’m not sure if this baby is practicing to be a Jedi Knight or Kung Fu master …

(if you can’t see the video, click here)

On the other hand, what about the babies who don’t move around much? I don’t typically hear those kids being typecasted into future roles, such as “my unborn son seems to lay around and sleep all day, just like his dad”, or a nicer “I think my unborn daughter will be an office worker, she isn’t too active”.

Think how strange the world would be if our parents chose our future career paths before we were born? We’d probably have a society made up of 80% professional athletes, 10% doctors, and then everyone else … hope you like sports!

Thoughts? Let us know!

I have a theory – if you ever want to learn a foreign language, do so by watching lots of foreign TV. This theory is entirely based upon a guy I met at school who didn’t know a single word of English on day 1 of orientation and by graduation he could speak perfect English without an accent. His secret – he watched 4-6 hours of TV every single day (for the first year with the subtitles on). Oddly, he said he learned best from odd cartoons, bad soap operas, and commercials.

To test my theory, try watching this catchy German cartoon:

(if you can’t see the video, click here)

So, which would you rather do:

  • sit in a classroom and listen to Helga say “Wiederholung nach mir: Ich muß baden und rasieren.” (repeat after me: I need to bathe and shave)
  • Watch Schnappi sing about biting her mom and dad’s leg

Hopefully you all picked option #2. In fact, after watching this cute video you probably know enough German to blend in with the locals (only because Germans don’t talk much).

Wondering what the words mean? Here’s the first verse:
I am Schnappi, the little crocodile,
I live in Egypt, right next to the Nile,
first I lived in an egg,
but then shnapped my way free

Schni-schnai-schnappi schnappi-schnappi-schnapp – this doesn’t mean anything, it’s just supposed to be funny. Shoot, now I have this song in my head …

Other crazy Japanese toilet videos

I’m laughing, but at a loss for words, after seeing this Japanese commercial:

(if you can’t see the video, click here)

If you liked that one, you’ll probably like this one too:

(if you can’t see the video, click here)

We’ll have to be careful, or this site will become an homage to Japanese silliness.

Old video, but still funny

I’m sure almost everyone’s seen this video, but I’ve always thought it was just too cute not to post:

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