– An adorable little girl has left Mzansi in stitches after a clip of her reaction to getting caught writing on a bathroom wall went viral
– In the adorable clip, the little one sees no way out of her mess and subsequently decides to “play dead” by dropping to the floor
– Tweeps could not deal with the hilarious clip of the naughty yet adorable little one and her quick thinking
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Kids really do the funniest things which makes it pretty hard for parents to be upset – even when a little one completely defaces a bathroom with a red marker. A little one proved this after she was caught red-handed trying to clean up her writing that was placed all over a bathroom and even the toilet seat.
In the clip that was uploaded by a Twitter user, @ZwangaMukhuthu, the little one realises that she had been caught in the act. She then decides that her best option is to throw herself on the floor and pretend to be dead.
Zwanga captioned the hilarious clip of the mischievous bundle of joy:
Mzansi could not deal with the cuteness overload. Many of them headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
“I propose a role for her as Goodness’ kidnapped daughter Mvelo… @Connie_Ferguson here’s raw talent.”
“It’s at this point she knew a hiding is coming, playing dead was the only option. kids are precious shem!”
This little one decided to play dead after she got caught writing on the bathroom wall. Images: @ZwangaMukhuthu
“She played dead there for a moment i Stan”
“The guilt can be overwhelming at times”
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that a video of a little baby showed that kids pick things easily from events that happen around them.
In the clip, the girl picked some money from a wallet after playing with it for seconds. Where she stored the money for safe-keeping amazed many.
The baby, perhaps mimicking what someone close to her always does, put the money under her dress.
Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Bioreports. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books.