Awesome Kid Shows How He Made Didgeridoo

Okay, I had to put this up. This is the video of this kid that made me love him. His whole slow-mo vibe just kills me. And the little thing he does at the last moment of the clip is just … fantastic. (Mega-moment: the ultra-somber way he delivers, “Take my advice on this.”)

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  • Excellent. That kid is indeed awesome.

  • DR

    "I hope it helped"?

    This kid is the fake john shore!


  • Susan

    I like how he rolls backwards to blow into the camera…and his expressions.- omg – 2 funny.

    He's a kind of like Homeshopping Network meets Wayne's World meets Martha Stewart…

  • Susan

    I know, right? I howled at that!! I <3 Didgeridude!

  • Cute and yet slightly disturbing at the same time….but then that's fairly common in reference to adolescent boys,,,,and John Shore now that I think about it.

  • Don Whitt

    Wow. He's actually a decent didgeridoo player – it's not easy.

  • Tim

    Ok. But I find the, "I like turtles" kid more entertaining…all the didgeridoo-doo aside.

  • Chellee

    That was really cute. Loved his (at times) deadpan looks….and his overly polite enunciation…..pretty funny! AND THEN…..he turned out to be really good at it! hee hee I'm glad you posted this, John. It's fun to get a glimpse into something totally fun and different sometimes as well as the serious stuff! 🙂

    Good balance my friend!

  • Chellee

    I think I forgot to mention it was fun! 😉 lol

  • I'm so accustomed to sarcasm and nastiness on the Interwebs that when I see someone being genuine and guileless, it's a surprising delight, like the way this dude busts out a 10,000-watt smile at moments like 1:12, as he introduces step two. Nice to see a "mini-viral video" featuring a young teen where nobody gets kicked in the balls or falls and breaks an arm on a skateboard.