Father’s Dramatic Re-Enactment Of His Son’s Reaction To Falling Into Stinging Nettles Is Everything

Comedian William Andrews took to Twitter to share the tragic tale of his four-year-old son’s tumble into a patch of stinging nettles and as soon as we can stop laughing, we will feel really bad. 

In what can only be described as a poetic interpretation, Andrews brought his son’s words to life saying:

It’s bad, it’s bad, it’s the baddest. It’s worse. It’s worse. It’s getting worser. It’s worser than the tree, than that house, than the river, than the rain. It’s getting worse.

Ow ow ow, I may never stop saying ow.

 As Andrews carried his son home, the child finished his spoken word jam with:

It’s bad, it’s bad, it’s the baddest. Bring me to mummy. Bring me to mummy. Get me the cream.

Twitter was right there for the unfolding drama. 

Um, Dave, I’m pretty sure we all want to hear that! In the meantime, Twitter shared some stories of their own. 

One thing is for sure, Twitter agrees that Andrew’s son is a poet. 

We certainly hope his future work requires less pain. 

H/T: Indy100