This Potty-Mouthed Toddler Is Taking the Internet by Storm
The internet normally goes bonkers when a video of a talking baby surfaces, but this particular video might be going viral for a completely different reason. YouTuber Taylor N posted a video on December 25 showing a toddler in a booster seat in the back of a car. In the video, the toddler repeated a certain four-letter f-word that ends with a k more than a dozen times.
Meanwhile, the toddler’s older brother, another young child in the backseat, implored his sibling to cease the foul language. “Don’t say that word,” the brother repeated until the infant stopped with the F-bombs. As of January 4, the cursing baby YouTube video received more than 56,000 views. Warning: This video is NSFW. While swearing looks cute at that young age, parents should do their best to encourage their children to avoid explicit language. With that being said, it turns out that using dirty words might potentially mean you are smart. A 2015 study from Marist College discovered that using curse words often correlates with having a large vocabulary in general. “A voluminous taboo lexicon may better be considered an indicator of healthy verbal abilities rather than a cover for their deficiencies,” the researchers wrote, according to the Washington Post. Hopefully, the cursing baby in the video grows up to learn different types of vocabulary beyond swear words. Your Daily Dish reached out to Taylor N for a comment.
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