Professor Robert Kelly is an expert on South Korea. He's also a dad, and now, he's the perfect example of the perils of parenthood.
As he was giving an interview with the BBC (you know, like, on television) his toddler walked in, followed by his baby, on a walker. Trouble ensued. It was magical.
First, his toddler entered, and his entire life/career flashed before his eyes.
"There goes everything I ever worked for," he thought.
Then, she walked in, and the SASS.
"Hey, ya'll, I'm HERE."
When the anchor acknowledged her entry, dad tries to PUSH HER AWAY?!
At this point just pick her up, guy. Or leave her alone! Pushing her out of the frame won't help. But THEN...
Dun dun DUNNNN. There's another one, in a baby walker, of all things.
And THEN, arguably the BEST PART, is when an unidentified woman bursts (BURSTS) into the room in a frantic panic.
"IT'S FINE EVERYHING'S FINE."
She DRAGS them out of the room, as quickly as possible, with toddler on the floor, at this point.
"Nothing to see here folks!!!!!!!"
And then one more, for good measure.
Bye. Watch the whole thing below. Try not to pee your pants.
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