Wednesday 13 December 2017

WATCH: This parody of the viral BBC interview imagines how a mum would handle the chaos

Image: Jono and Ben/YouTube
Image: Jono and Ben/YouTube

Jessica Brown

We’ve talked about nothing else since that BBC interview last week.

Robert Kelly was discussing South Korea live on the BBC when his children came into the room.

In a new parody video, we can now see what it would have looked like if it were a mother that had been in the hot seat.

The woman picks up her daughter when she walks in the room, and puts her on her knee. She has a bottle of milk and a toy ready for such an event.

She then picks up a baking tray of food, and a shirt, cleans the toilet, and helps a SWAT team prevent a bomb from exploding. All without missing a beat.

Then her husband comes in, flustered and saying he can’t find his other sock.

It's brilliant.

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