By Xeni Jardin at 8:42 pm Tue, Jul 26, 2011
What’s so mysterious about an adorable Korean baby?
She produces massive gamma ray bursts.
Do her legs twitch if one pours sauce on her?
That’s pretty much me every day betweem 2pm and 3pm in my cubicle.
Bet when this baby gets older that they get much use out of the snooze button.
What a sad world it is when I see something like this on Huffington Post weeks before I see it on BoingBoing. C’mon, The Huffington Post beat you! Huffington Post!
Hey.. lets keep the baby love here at home in the USA:
(Sorry to all the foreign readers of BoingBoing.. much luv to ya all!)
If only she was a U.S. citizen. A future House representative if I ever saw one.
Just joking, people.
She is quite possibly the happiest baby I’ve ever seen. Even my very happy daughter was rarely this pleased to wake up.
Adorable, but if this behavior keeps up, I’d still get her checked out for narcolepsy.
The tape one reminds me of this video, one of my favorite laughing baby vids (it’s the ripping paper video with baby Ethan)
She’s a baby, she’s laughing — what’s so mysterious about it being adorable ? :)
I wouldn’t worry about narcolepsy, she was probably just very very tired and wanted to sleep, but “mommy” kept doing funny faces or something… My daughter does the same when she’s completely knackered.
Quite adorable, but was it necessary to note that she is Korean? Not that I take offense or anything, I just find it irrelevant and a little confusing. Is this an SEO thing, or…?
I’d argue its worth noting because of the lettering. A translation is provided but some might be curious about its origin.
If I had tried this with my tired daughter, she would have shown wrath of Biblical proportions.
Adorable, yes. Mysterious, no.
What’s the next title gonna be?
KITTENS AND PUPPIES FOUND TO BE “CUTE” IN SHOCKING NEW STUDY!
Maybe I’m overreacting, but come on.
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