Most toddlers can barely sing along with Baby Shark. However, a talented two-year-old showed off her moves by performing an Irish jig after a funeral. Amazingly, she doesn’t even miss a single step.
The adorable toddler is shown performing alongside another woman. However, it’s clear that the two-year-old is the star of the show. She easily does the Irish jig without missing a step. In addition to that, she clearly remembers the dance steps and when to clap.
The cute toddler clearly knows the dance steps by heart.
People simply can’t get enough of the talented tiny dancer. Some believe that she will grow to become a successful performer one day. Others are simply grateful to be blessed with a viewing of her adorable performance.
“Can you imagine how extraordinary this adorable little girl can dance when she becomes older? Too, too adorable!” one comment read.
“This is the cutest thing I have ever seen, what a beautiful little girl. I found this by accident, so glad I did though,” another fan wrote.
The tiny dancer is obviously the star of the show.
The little girl’s performance is certainly remarkable. Other children her age might still be struggling to get to their feet, let alone memorize an entire Irish jig to three different tunes.
Some were also wondering why the child was encouraged to dance after a funeral. Irish wakes are usually joyous occasions celebrating the dearly departed. There is usually singing and sometimes the guests even play games. This is why the talented little girl put on an amazing performance for family and friends.
Although the two-year-old remains anonymous, her delightful Irish jig is certainly something that people will always remember. Perhaps we will see her again in the future, performing as the talented young dancer that we are all expecting her to be one day.
Watch the adorable performance below:
God Is Gender-Neutral, According to Archbishop of Canterbury
“God is not male or female,” said the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Even though the Holy Bible often refers to God as a male, the Archbishop of Canterbury is now saying that’s not exactly accurate. During his speech at Trafalgar Square’s St Martin-in-the-Fields, Reverend Justin Welby made the controversial remarks.
Welby’s teaching has since gone viral – and raised several eyebrows – on social media. Believers and non-believers alike have a lot to say about it, as evidenced by all the comments on the web.
It’s only methaporical, says Reverend Justin Welby!
Mom Threatens To Give A Black Eye To Any Woman Who Breastfeeds In Front Of Her
She also threatened to punch the feeding baby.
Breastfeeding has always been a natural thing but not all people are thrilled with the idea of feeding boobs to children, especially in public. One woman made it clear how she doesn't approve of public breastfeeding by taking to social media to post a threat to all breastfeeding woman.
In a viral Facebook rant, Carly Clark targeted breastfeeding women, threatening to punch them and give them a black eye if one does it in front of her and her kids. Worse, she even threatened to punch the feeding baby too. As expected, Clark, who reportedly worked at a pet store, has faced backlash for her harsh remarks.
The Sentinelese Tribe Are Probably So Aggressive Because of This Weirdo
The natives have a valid reason for being extremely hostile towards outsiders.
People are still in shock after the uncontacted Sentinelese tribe ended the life of a Christian missionary who attempted to convert them into Christianity. There is much debate about the tribe's ruthless ways, but there is one thing that may have been misunderstood about these people. The truth is, the natives have actually made contact with the outside world. Unfortunately, their experience has made them wary of outsiders.
Twitter use Respectable Lawyer posted a lengthy thread sharing the truth about the Sentinelese. In the post, it is revealed that the tribe's first contact with an outsider was through Maurice Vidal Portman. Unfortunately, the encounter with the British naval officer during the 1880s had a devastating effect on the natives.
The natives (not pictured) had a terrifying encounter with Portman in the 1880s.