Four-Month-Old Baby Appears To Whisper 'F**k Off' To Mum
Babies can be so adorable - which is often what lets them get away with murder, as one little tyke found out.
Charlotte Hazell, from Brighton, was lying next to sweet baby Reuben, recording her little one when she realised he had dirt up his nose.
As she zoomed in, she told her four-month-old that he "had a bogey", and was stunned when Reuben seemed to reply what sounded like "f*** off."
Watch the hilarious video here and judge for yourself.
Of course, Reuben is far too little to have his vocabulary contain such naughty four-letter words...isn't he?
Speaking about the shocking moment, Charlotte laughed: "Well it sounds like he tells me to do one.. but whether that is what he was actually trying to say I do not know!"
On average, most children speak their first word between 10 to 14 months old, according to Healthline.
Most of the time, they may not be complete words, but doting parents will know what their little one is trying to say.
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Though in Reuben's case...it may be best that we don't know.
In other X-rated children's news, another mum was left lost for words when she found her daughters' Disney toy "orgasming".
Princess Elsa, from 2013 family friendly favourite Frozen, was found fluttering its eyes, writhing and moaning, while making 'interesting' noises.
Elsa was also caught saying repeatedly: "I really need to", seemingly caught on some sort of feedback loop.
Sharing the video on TikTok, the mum wrote: "Imagine my confusion when I heard this news coming from the toy room! Elsa needs to calm down.
"Batteries are going flat - or house is haunted."
The naughty clip soon racked up 23,000 videos on the video-sharing platform, with viewers in hysterics at Elsa's wild time in the toy room.
You can see the eye-popping clip here.
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