Haha!: Kid Breaks Into The Imperial March During Group Performance Of 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star'

May 28, 2019

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This is a short video of Twitter user Erin Gibson's cousin's son (her first cousin once removed) departing from a very avant-garde rendition of 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star' during a group performance at a school talent show to drop the Imperial March (the first known recording of what will now be known as 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Death Star'). It was a wise decision too -- all that twinkle twinkling was putting me to sleep. "You literally just said in the last post you haven't been able to sleep in years." *shrugs* I was a born politician.

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Thanks to Christina D, who

  • Adibobea9

    It's the broom kid…

  • l'enfant sauvage

    I always cringe when I see a kid who's been mind-bended to the star wars malarkey.

  • Bling Nye

    Funny, I always cringe when I see a judgmental prick that thinks their malarkey is superior to anyone else's malarkey.

  • l'enfant sauvage

    You must cringe a lot in front of a mirror

  • Bling Nye

    No, not really but that was a good attempt kiddo. I don't judge people for their tastes in nerdy/geeky franchises, and I'm actually pretty good with how I look in a mirror. Really, I think it's funny you'd insult any geeky franchises on a site called 'geekologie'. Unless you were looking for negative attention? Need a hug?

  • l'enfant sauvage

    I'm not judging the taste in anything. I actually think they're good movies. But that thing above is taking it to the extremes. That kid has probably been brainwashed by watching too much of them movies due to his idiot parents.

  • Bling Nye

    You're calling it malarkey, brainwashing, and referring to his parents as idiots. That's not judging taste? HMMmmm... I'm gonna go ahead and disagree there.

    Besides, apparently it hasn't occurred to you the kid might actually like it on his own... That the parents showed it to him once and he wanted to see more of it?

    Or shit, the kid may not have even seen Star Wars yet, maybe a parent has the Imperial March as a ringtone and the kid hears it enough to repeat it? Kids are sponges like that.

    But yeah, tell me more about how his idiot parents brainwashed him with that Star Wars malarkey...

    ◔_◔

  • l'enfant sauvage

    Don't try to sound like a saint. You started by throwing insults into your first comment, calling me a judgmental prick. What I believe into is my own thing, but this isn't the first time I see some american kid chanting about star wars. You wanna geek out about something, that's all fine and dandy. That kid should be talking about the lion kid or effin' Nemo, not some movie his parents talk about religiously.

  • Bling Nye

    Oh I'm no saint friend, but I do actually try. And I do apologize for calling you a judgmental prick, you're right, that wasn't necessary. Sorry about that.

    "Should be talking about" that's just your own bias. Someone could say you're brainwashing your kid with Disney, and accuse you of talking about the Lion King religiously... it's no different, it's just another entertainment franchise of personal preference.

    Just saying, you're making a lot of assumptions based on a clear bias you hold, trashing someone else's interest because they don't match your own, and I think that's a bad thing to do, personally.

  • l'enfant sauvage

    Thank you for apologizing. I have no interest in getting into heated arguments. Enjoy what you like but don't force-feed it to your kids.

  • Bling Nye

    I can certainly agree with enjoying what you like but not force-feeding it to your kids, 100%. That goes for everything in my opinion, including biases, prejudices, sports and religion. Kids are individuals and should be allowed to explore their own interests and form their own opinions and tastes.

    That said, it's also totally OK to share your interests with them, and open them up to so many possibilities out there in the world. Sharing =/= force-feeding. There's a difference.

    I'd just add to what you said, 'enjoy what you like, but don't assume people are force-feeding their kids something just because you don't share a similar level of interest in it.'

    Cheers.

  • BatmanJesus

    It must have been a rough last 40+ years for you.

  • l'enfant sauvage

    No, thank god we're not brainwashed into worshiping a scifi film. And neither do we force it onto our children.

  • Mark Armstrong

    The force is strong with this one.

  • Douchy McDouche

    I'm detecting future Sith vibes.

  • Sashman1234 .

    This is so adorable.

  • MustacheHam

    That's precious

  • Closet Nerd

    #PROUDFATHERMOMENT

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