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Posted By: Mr Tibbs

Surely, nothing conjures up the spirit of Christmas better than the likes of this young child's sweet rendition of a well known carol in the traditional setting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihQuiyV-lXU



Posted By: cansweet

A good clip round the ear might be a lot better for that future brat. Ruined it for everyone, but I'm sure Mummy and Daddy were impressed and as we all know, that's all that matters.

Posted By: devil

The spirit of Christmas? Bah! Humbug!

Posted By: Mr Tibbs

  • cansweet wrote:
    A good clip round the ear might be a lot better for that future brat. Ruined it for everyone, but I'm sure Mummy and Daddy were impressed and as we all know, that's all that matters.

Well, I had thought it funny - as apparently did the much older girl to the right (her Sister), who posted it. I suspect that everybody there actually thought it was hysterical.
However, having considered your post I suspect you are right. That little 6 year old "angel", singing her heart out at the school Christmas nativity play, should have been given a sharp blow to the head by an adult. That would have taught her. :roll:
Merry Christmas - Ho, ho, ho.

Posted By: Tangutica

I didn't see anyone who had the whole thing 'ruined' for them? I saw quite a few who couldn't stop laughing!
I doubt this 6 yr old child was purposely trying to ruin anything for anyone - just giving their heartfelt rendition of a song they'd learned the words to!
*I do however think it WOULD have ruined it for everyone if some 'adult' had got onto the stage and physically assaulted her as has been suggested.

Posted By: gigi

Can sweet and Mr Tibbs, Where is your sense of humour, that would be classed as child cruelty, thought the video was really funny. Gina

Posted By: spurs

One of those hooks would of come in handy there

Posted By: fettler

Had it not been so long ago, I would have said "BGT beckons". :D Alex





Posted By: ethel

I thought it was hilarious and the child was doing her best bless her

Posted By: alexincyprus

  • gigi wrote:
    Can sweet and Mr Tibbs, Where is your sense of humour, that would be classed as child cruelty, thought the video was really funny.
    Gina

Agree regarding cansweet but think Tibbs post is more a dig at cansweet for his Bah Humbug attitude to what is a funny clip, I'd be proud as hell were the child mine :D

Posted By: Mr Tibbs

  • alexincyprus wrote:
    • gigi wrote:
      Can sweet and Mr Tibbs, Where is your sense of humour, that would be classed as child cruelty, thought the video was really funny.
      Gina

    Agree regarding cansweet but think Tibbs post is more a dig at cansweet for his Bah Humbug attitude to what is a funny clip, I'd be proud as hell were the child mine :D

Spot on! :lol:

Posted By: RosieS

There is an 'angel' in every school nativity! Surely all parents attend hoping for something like this to happen :)

Posted By: scottie

Wish that little girl ( or someone like her ) had been at some of the oh so correct nativity plays I had to sit through and many others like me I should think. I think it was wonderful and shall keep this clip to play each Christmas to get the old Christmas spirit going.......Move over Slade !!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Posted By: Jinty

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lmboRgW-LUw&feature=relmfu Continuing to sing her heart out, bless her. 'Hannah SergeantDec 10, 2012 Actually I'm the angel in the gold halo, that 'little darling' is my sister. This was filmed 16 years ago and I just put the videos up to embarrass my sister. My Mum told her to sing up so she could hear at the back, she took it very literally, she was only 3 or 4 at the time.' I absolutely love it :lol:


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