Ahh, the glory of youth baseball. Take it from someone who has a 7-year-old parent – the way you say something to kids on the baseball field is rare as it actually happens.
Case Study: This ravishing little kid who has gained viral Internet fame His coach told him to "walk home as fast as possible." The child decided it would be better to walk home in slow motion. And maybe he was right. Watch the funny moment:
Kudos to this boy who has managed to film his own Slomo with Ric Flair's styling and profiling offspring. The best part could be that his coach tried to intervene and the kid said, "No, sorry, I'll keep doing it, thanks."
Keep going, kid! The pace of the game is damned.
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