“Kali of the Dance” is a video you should be seeing a lot of in the next couple of days. Currently, it rests at a low 579 views on YouTube, but that’s going to change in a hurry since the 24-second piece of choreography just hit the No. 1 slot on the front page of Reddit.
User Sunshine_girl explained that the video came as a total surprise to her after leaving her daughter with daddy. Apparently, Kali’s pop has some mad video editing skills, but let’s not take anything away from her own sick moves.
In less than a half a minute, Kali of the Dance shows all of us with two left feet how it’s done, and I for one couldn’t be any more “Awww” than I am right now.
Enough about me, though. Have a look for yourself, good reader.
Reddit was alive with comments after this thing got upvoted through the stratosphere. One commenter said that if her husband ever did something like this, she could “guarantee I would demand more videos and an increase in choreography and editing. If we’re doing this, we are going all the way to regionals.”
(Is there a baby Riverdance regionals? Honey Boo-Boo had her own show, so I’m asking.)
“I’m not into babies, but that’s [expletive] adorable. You are crazy lucky with your daughter and your husband.”
“Man, these kids are going to have the coolest Throwback Thursdays”
“My daughter loved that thing. She lept so high I thought she might be able to jump out. Not so with both my grandsons.”
“Having a little boy in two weeks or whenever he decides he’s ready. I cannot wait to shoot video of him like that…. Just epic.”
“Riveting stuff. The toe tap at the 5 second mark, and then a cat appearance at the 18 second mark! Kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time. That baby puts on an absolutely brilliant and elegant performance.”
“On Ellen in 3…2…1…”
I’ll admit that Dad did a great job of pulling this together, but guys like him and this guy of the adorable baby-parent standoff video are causing the rest of us fathers to up our game.
What about you, readers? Do you have any cool Kali of the Dance ideas that you’ve done with your own children? And wasn’t that just the most adorable? Sound off in the comments section below.