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Kid Has Thoughts on Monkey on Car, Drops Epic Expletive for World to Hear

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | May 19, 2015

Kid Has Thoughts on Monkey on Car, Drops Epic Expletive for World to Hear

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According to the following video, letting an ‘F’ bomb fly can be an extremely adorable affair.

The Independent’s Jack Simpson reports on a video that is sweeping the Internet at the moment. It features an adorable little boy on holiday with his parents offering up the kind of prose normally found in a pub after the football game lets out.

The boy who we believe is named Hugo belts out an enormous expletive just moments after pondering in dulcet tones, “Ah, monkey on the car.”

Now here is a YouTube video that purports to be the original, which has garnered over 155,000 views as of this writing.

Now we do have to offer the obvious, this video features a NSFW word delivered with SFW innocence:

To be fair, we have no idea what the monkey was doing off screen. Perhaps this was some of those monkeys busking for bananas or something, in which case the boy’s reaction was a measured one.

Now because this video has been catching Internet fire this week, there are myriad uploads and versions. 

Here is a SFW iteration, with the expletive beeped out:

And here is a suddenly apropos moment from the classic “A Christmas Story.”

Despite the video’s popularity, details are a bit scant. If you believe the "original" video, Hugo is a precious boy who is two years old.

And we have to echo what Simpson relays when watching the video. It certainly seems like the family is in some safari preserve of some sort, bumping around in the family truckster on holiday.

Now most family vacation movies are beyond tedious to get through. Once in a great while, however, you stumble upon what is traveling movie magic.

With a monkey acting up in the distance a toddler decided to try out one of those sweet-sounding words.

We imagine this may be habit forming, because the entire world has reacted in kind.


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