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Young boy hilariously enlightens the internet by claiming cows make regular and chocolate milk

The kid's bizarre theory about milk not only gave people on the internet a good laugh but also food for thought.

Young boy hilariously enlightens the internet by claiming cows make regular and chocolate milk
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @tatertotstalk22

It might get difficult for adults to understand the logic of their kids at times. Ultimately, they have no option left other than playing along with their hilarious beliefs. A video posted on the TikTok account of @tatertotstalk22 proved just that when a little genius displayed his hidden knowledge about cows. A little boy confidently states that as per his knowledge, regular milk or white milk comes from female cows and male cows are the ones who produce chocolate milk.

Image Source: TikTok | @tatertotstalk22
Image Source: TikTok | @tatertotstalk22

The person filming the video gasps and questions the little boy about how he came to know about the astonishing fact, which from an adult's point of view, is absolutely ridiculous. The boy repeats his remark with an extra dose of confidence while his friend Scarlet listens to him with a gaping mouth and a shocked expression plastered on her face. When the woman turns to little Scarlet to hear her opinions about the boy's claims and ask if she knew the information he gave out or not, Scarlet says she didn't know anything about it.

Image Source: TikTok | @tatertotstalk22
Image Source: TikTok | @tatertotstalk22

"My mom and dad don't know that either," Scarlet adds. To respond to his friend, the little boy has excellent advice for her. "You should go back home and tell them about it," he tells Scarlet to spread the information about the male cow's ability to produce chocolate milk. The TikTok users who came across this video were bursting out laughing as many people pointed out the kid sitting like a "top philosopher" and having excellent body language to sell the lie he believes in. The video was later reposted on Instagram by @leakmouthentertainmentworld, where it got a lot of traction. Fellow internet folks in the community could not help but see a future Donald Trump or Jordan Belfort from "The Wolf of Wall Street" in the making. They flooded the comment section with equally hilarious comments for the confident little guy.

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@its.just.steph111 joked: "This is 100% a future salesman. Believes his own stuff without a shred of doubt and he’s gonna make you believe it too!" @therainaskitchen wrote: "I know better but between his hand gestures, his facial expressions and his confidence, I am sold." @my_vegan_life_ commented: "Look at her face! Scarlet knows that sounds crazy but because he’s saying it with so much conviction, she’s just about convinced." @zulubeads_ada remarked: "This one will sell you snow during winter in Alaska. The confidence." @robert_liam1 added: "Yes I can back him up! With a lot of points his right you know when a girl cow makes white milk then a boy cow literally makes chocolate milk."

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Just like this little fella, kids are often left in disbelief at their newly acquired knowledge about something or some accomplishment. One toddler had the greatest reaction upon finding out that he could finally walk. @thepagelsminors posted a TikTok video a child can be seen taking a few steps after which he turns around and lets out a sound of excitement over discovering his ability to walk. Then he laughs looking at the reaction of the people around him and then continues to walk to the sofa. It is probably the sweetest video one could come across on the internet. The video is captioned: "It’s the #pterodactyl noises for me!" The overlay text reads: "He just discovered he could walk." The video has garnered over 900,000 views and close to 266,000 likes so far.

Image Source: TikTok | @thepagelsminors
Image Source: TikTok | @thepagelsminors

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