Nurture or Nature?
(Hat tip: Scissorhead Skinny-D)
Cute, she’s a total smarty pants who seems to have greatly benefited from her Mom’s active involvement. My granddaughter (Isla) is a bit younger than miss smarty pants, but seems to be trending in the same direction. Very active, talkative, and expressive. Cindy T and I get her three days a week, while the parents are working. Isla brings a lot of joy to wherever she goes…
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Damn that was too CUTE !! I don’t know about the speaking, but, she does understand !! And has the arm/hand movements required !!!!
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Kid’s got a great future in comedy.
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Adorable, yes, and funny bc Italians speak w their hands, amirite? Trouble is, they’re speaking Spanish… womp, womp
They’re speaking Spanish, not Italian, so is it still funny?
In the preceding comments, no one (other than you) has made mention of anything Italian related. So, I’d conclude that A) It’s funny and B) ethnic origin doesn’t matter here (except to you).
I had not listened closely to the language. The gestures are classic Italian stereotypes (Che fai?!) but on a close listen the language is indeed Spanish. Yet the video itself says “Italian baby learning to speak.” Should we label it “Romance language expressiveness” then? Either way, it’s funny as hell.
It’s totally funny. I watched it twice before thinking “wait a minute i don’t speak Italian ” It was indeed Spanish. Everything i do gonna be funky from now on.
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