Over the weekend, we were gifted with the best video of all time. We're talking, of course, about political science professor Robert Kelly's viral video where he was interrupted spectacularly by his amazing children, live on BBC News.
Professor Kelly was in the middle of talking about relations between North Korea and South Korea when his toddler daughter bursts into the room, followed by her baby sibling in a roll-y walker, then her stressed-out mother.
But we'd like to argue the little girl's entrance is the best thing about the viral video.
Jonny Cooper from The Telegraph described it best, saying: "Prof Kelly's daughter introduces herself with the swagger of an MMA fighter."
^ He has a point.
The little girl, with her adorable glasses, pigtails and bright yellow jumper is our new hero and we'd like to channel her raw toddler confidence at all times.
Here are all the times it's acceptable to swagger like the little legend…
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