In the face of extreme evidence, this kid holds true to his lie (Video)

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That’s commitment you can’t teach.

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  • Andy302

    Stupid video. I expected that to make my Saturday better

    • Jack Wagon

      Dont be a dick. That was good. He did not eat those sprinkles!

      • Yaznar

        he is just trolling, what sprinkles?

    • nycetouch

      Sounds like nothing will make your saturday better except for a bottle of vodka and two (that's 2) bottles of bottles of painkillers – administer at once and good luck with the rest of your weekend.

  • KillSwitchLXV

    Ladies and gentleman…. The new poster child for politics

    • TPM50

      Presidential material.

  • bigyawns

    he didnt eat the fucking sprinkles

    • Ghilo


    • Emucratic

      I didn't eat them. I devoured them. The new Bill Clinton.

  • Rightmeow

    I bet a cat framed him

    • Canucks_Rule

      fucking cat.

      • the cat

        Stupid human.

  • Vankylever

    Whatever man that shit was hilarious!

    • That's Questionable

      O.o are we watching the same thing?

  • Skyler

    Well he is right, the sprinkles weren't empty. Gotta give him credit there.

  • Canucks_Rule

    best line. "it's not empty."

    • DDD

      Great diversionary tactic!

  • txman

    i see politics in this kid's future

  • Jeff

    Future lawyer right here

  • MBoarman

    Haha, this is my son! i sent this to Chive right after my wife took the video… fun to see it getting popular!

    • pinkie

      I like the video so much I kept watching it over and over :D

    • ECR

      So cute! My kids are all grown and this took me back. His mannerisms are just so funny! I like how your wife speaks to him objectively still kindly.. MBoarman, I'm glad to have read somewhere that you did not spank him. Our son got punishments like not watching his favorite kids show for 30 days if he lied. Great lesson in not lying and the annual calendar: months, days… :) Or temporarily losing whatever meant a lot to him at the time, not spankings. It worked. He is a very honest, loyal, kind person today, working tirelessly in medical school to be as productive a member of society as he can, according to his solid faith. I am very proud of my son – could not be more proud, actually. Yet he told all the lies he could get away with, as a little kid, because he is very intelligent and it is natural for intelligent 3-yr old little people to find solutions to their problems that circumvent the moral code. But then he realized that if we lie to one another we can't trust one another.THAT was the subjacent lesson we taught him, by depriving him of his "treasures". It wasnt worth it to him to NOT be able to trust his family. We just have to stay one step ahead and be diligent in our parenting.He sent me this video because it reminded it of himself. :) God bless you and and your surely (sprinkle-) sweet and beautiful family.

      • Bobestradamus

        God isn't real, and no one cares about your story.

    • Jon

      He's a boss

    • Ashley Smith

      Too cute!

    • CD3

      well?…did he do it or not?!?

      • MBoarman

        The jury is still out on that one… I'm leaning towards no… i think his little sister set him up.

      • Bob

        Hope the little bugger is punished for his lying. Nothing cute about it. Little liars grow up to be big liars if its not curtailed early.

        • beau

          He's a little kid. He's not a liar, he's learning. Punishing him to not lie is gonna teach him to either hide his tracks better or lie better. Punish him when he gets older and REALLY understands his actions and motivs and why/what the punishment is for…

          • anon

            Everything you just said is the complete opposite of the proper response to this situation.

          • eddieo

            wrong wrong wrong this kid is learning to be a liar and it needs to be stopped now not when he is older and has learned how to get away with it. Even good old Bill Cosby says the only way they learn to tell the truth is through pain. Because all kids lie

        • Grace

          all kids lie… fact statistics show that kids that lie early on have higher IQ's. It doesnt mean he is a bad child he simply is learning to identify the problems with lying, and the consequences of getting caught. very cute kid and im sure he's going to grow up to be awesome :)

        • MBoarman

          he was punished accordingly. and no… it did not include a beating.

          • guest

            Don't sweat these people who think they have it all figured out, yet have no kids. Walk in our shoes, then speak. Great vid, BTW.

            • DeepestBlue2

              Now you make yourself the fool by assuming that anyone who comments negatively on this has never had children? Telling the parent that lying needs to be stopped early isn't wrong. Good parenting means nipping bad behavior in the bud. That doesn't mean it has to involve beating. I'm not against spanking as a deterrent so long as the child knows you aren't spanking them because you're angry with them and it isn't taken to extremes.

      • Meh Meme Man

        Funniest comment on the thread.

  • Barrymackokener

    He will be a great politician one day

  • Rich K.

    No one cares bring on the cats

  • Leon

    He actually didnt lie did he? She asked if he ate THOSE. Sprinkles… Clearly THOSE sprinkles are the ones he did NOT EAT!

  • Dev23

    "John why are the sprinkles empty."

    "Well they're not empty."

    Hahahaha, died laughing, kid is awesome

  • mikeymike75

    I like how he starts backing away toward the end of the video….reminds me of Nick moonwalking away from awkward situations in The New Girl.

    • Ben

      I was just thinking, "back away slowly"

      that's pretty much how you can diffuse every situation

  • Kevin Kaz

    "I did NOT have sexual relations with those sprinkles!"

  • allison

    If my kid lied to me that boldly I would probably beat him. but, its funny to see other peoples kids do it.

    • newb

      I agree with you. That kid is old enough to know right from wrong. No way should he be left unpunished. He is quick witted, but a liar. The issue is no longer about the sprinkles. The issue is that he is lying to an adult whom I assume is his mother..

  • DDD

    Never admit anything! Good job kid

    • MilkingItDaily

      That's the American Way, kids!

  • Advert Vet

    That's also a commitment to be a thief or at the very least a swaggot when he gets older.

  • svp

    so the reason all of theChive shirts have gone up in price is because of their new place?? it's awesome but i'd rather have the prices lower. most of them were made in the USA anyways

  • jus sayin

    This is clearly a future politician or news channel personality. :- )

  • Devon

    Where is cat Saturday??

  • Mike

    A born politician!

  • Corey

    This kid will be part of the mob someday.

  • Kevin Brady

    Cat Saturday?Pleeese!
    MILF Sundays too? :-)

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