Next he'll learn "It's simply marvelous to see you."
In this video, baby Cillian, from Belfast in Northern Ireland, is just seven weeks old. Not only is that months ahead of when a baby is expected to say his first word, but most of them start with something pedestrian like "mama" or "dada." Cillian, however, is much too classy for that. He doesn't even say "hi," opting instead to go straight for the formal "hello." As in, "Hello, mother. I can talk now. I think this is the beginning of a wonderful familial relationship. On a more awkward note, I have soiled my diaper. Could you please assist at your earliest convenience? Thank you."
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Look at the wise expression on that kid's face. He's clearly a baby genius. Personally, I can't wait for him to start talking in full sentences, not only because it'll probably be soon, but because it'll be in that awesome accent.