Amelie, Jr.

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42 Responses to “Amelie, Jr.”

  1. Mojave says:

    #16 I know exactly what you mean…such a little show off!! She’s all “lookit me!! I am only 5 and I speak ze French!!”

  2. queenlizo says:

    Wow. Smart kid and her parents must read to her a lot. She uses the “passe simple” a lot, a past tense only used in writing.

    And your lesson in French is done for the day. ;-)

  3. fuzzheadgha says:

    Anyone know the proper contacts for adopting french children?

  4. OLAF9000 says:

    and the hippo was alergic to magic! lol soooo cutesy cuddly!

  5. selfplusmade says:

    so imaginative and unrestricted! very entertaining story

  6. grimshaw says:

    “…et des pouvoirs magiques!” That was wonderful.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Seriously adorable… but as an American who lives in France, it cracks me up that this little girl is already creating stories with a classically French plot… replete with oppressed “animals who can’t pay and have nothing to eat,” frightening trees, and a suicidal hippo. It’s almost surprising she didn’t have a cigarette in hand, sending wistful smoke skyward.

    P.S. I’m kidding of course… and yes, still find her very cute.

  8. Pipenta says:

    American kiddos are not lame!

  9. Anonymous says:

    aaaaaaahh dammit that little kid speaks better french than me!!!!!!! D:

  10. Anonymous says:

    “#19 posted by queenlizo , November 12, 2008 12:15 PM
    Wow. Smart kid and her parents must read to her a lot. She uses the “passe simple” a lot, a past tense only used in writing.

    And your lesson in French is done for the day. ;-)”

    Never mind that: she’s all over the subjunctive tense too.

  11. lamarlowe says:

    I favor the gas permeable, extended wear, but that is a matter of personal preference.

    I’m with you, very much, on the sentiment, though.

  12. Manue says:

    @Mojave: actually, if you go on Vimeo, there’s a video of her saying the few words she knows in English, it’s real cute too: http://vimeo.com/1876895

  13. racer x says:

    Yeah, great, super cute and all…but what happened to the monkeys?!? Did they find their way home?

    must find part II

  14. Anonymous says:

    OMG! She is so cute! That was quite a story! lol! Good thing there were subtitles because I don’t speak french. She is so adorable though!

  15. Chris Spurgeon says:

    I smell…SCREENPLAY!!! would totally pay to see the film version of that story. We gonna hook that kid up with Michel Gondry.

  16. Takuan says:

    I shall keep her in a sphere of adamantine crystal, illuminated from within to dispel the Stygian chill of the deeps, an ornament to grace my lonely vigil at the Bottommost Gates.

  17. nigelstwin says:

    avec Frenchness!

  18. padster123 says:

    That is indeed a wonderful thing. Thanks Boing Boing!

  19. Cool Products says:

    That video just made my day a little bit better.

  20. Anonymous says:

    i’m sure she said that the lion said that it was time to EAT the hippo, not for him to be dead in heaven.

  21. zikman says:

    wow, that was nearly beyond my threshold of cute for the day. awesome story

  22. phlavor says:

    YAY imagination!

  23. skrpune says:

    WONDERFUL story. And OMG, those eyelashes are killing me!!

  24. Purly says:

    she’s a cutie

  25. little green says:

    That reminds me of another kid imagination video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40-YqhHy0TI

    equally awesome

  26. SarahFenix says:

    After watching this Angel and HeroHa, it makes me wonder why American kiddos are so lame…

  27. freetardzero says:

    mangez les bébés….wheee! Best line EVAR!

  28. curtismayfield says:

    wow she’s mindblowing.
    I want her around next time I eat mushrooms

  29. Secret_Life_of_Plants says:

    Thing is, all the children are beautiful in France.

  30. Mycroft says:

    Good lord, that child should be locked up before her cuteness reaches some kind of critical mass and destroys the planet.

  31. Sara M says:

    Also, she [according to her mom] accidentally does the dramatic chipmunk here: http://www.vimeo.com/289759

  32. dccarles says:

    Downfalled on YouTube in 10…9…8…

  33. Anonymous says:

    hypo allergic! LOL

  34. mhmandthen says:

    Amelie is one of the greatest movies ever.

  35. kkretsch says:

    I like the story title “Amelie, Jr.”, it could really be her. Connected souls in some way.

  36. Irene Delse says:

    @ Anonymous #38: Well, that little kid is a native French speaker. ;-)

    Super cutesy cute. And a lovely terrifying story. Watch out, Stephen King, the next generation of storytellers arrives…

  37. Anonymous says:

    Wow. As a native speaker of French, I can certify that this girl is positively cute as heck. Wow, I’m ready to have kids!

  38. hanzith says:

    someone should totally animate this.

  39. winkybb says:

    She’s so clever, what with knowing a foreign language that age and all.

  40. Anonymous says:

    This is my favorite: Capuchin in Disco Fever!
    http://www.vimeo.com/1420991

  41. freeyourcrt says:

    “It’s like they have a different word for everything!” – S. Martin

    Reminds me of another line in one of those Matrix 2 movies::

    When you curse in french it’s like wiping your rear with silk (not the exact quote mind you).

  42. starfish and coffee says:

    oh, that just reminded me to check my biological clock. yep, still ticking..

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