A Reminder That Chinese Toddlers Are Basically The Best

Alicia saw this on Global Times today, a picture by CFP captioned: “A boy shows his Apple haircut at West Lake in Hangzhou, East China’s Zhejiang Province on Saturday.”

Must be nice to be that kid: didn’t do a thing, got into Global Times. But that’s how it is with toddlers, isn’t it? They usually don’t need to say the darndest word to get your attention. Just witness:

(Note: some of these may not be strictly Chinese, but most are.)

They said I could be anything, so I became a lotus leaf. (China Daily / Reuters via Buzzfeed)

Via Buzzfeed

Via Buzzfeed`

Via srslycuteasianbabies.tumblr.com

Via tinyurl.com/76c4ws5

Via tinyurl.com/2gkoyd

Via tinyurl.com/776gmv5

Via tinyurl.com/89pwe33

    4 Responses to “A Reminder That Chinese Toddlers Are Basically The Best”

      • The Tao

        Alternate title I considered: Toddlers Continue To Be Fucking Toddlery. Tweeted that one out just now. Let’s see which gets more RTs.


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