When it comes to sharing food, food-lovers are divided into two categories. The first category is the kind of people who don't mind sharing a bite or two with their loved ones. The second, however, is the kind who loves their food so much - they can't bear the thought of sharing it with anyone else no matter how close the relationship. A US-based comedian decided to experiment with these thought processes and figure out what category his daughter falls into. Austin Geter shared a Reels video of his two-year-old daughter eating some ice cream, and he decided to sneak a bite into it without asking her first. Her adorable reaction will win you over! Take a look at the full video here:
Shared on Instagram Reels by @austingeter, the clip has received 3.6 million views and 312k likes since the time it was shared. "Taking some of my toddler's ice cream without asking to see her reaction," he wrote in the caption of the viral video.
In the clip, the two-year-old little girl named Charlie Bea was enjoying a refreshing cup of blue-coloured ice cream. She saw her dad Austin's spoon approaching the ice cream, which is when she encouragingly said, "Daddy you can try it." Once he took a bite of it, she confirmed and asked, "It's good right?"
The adorable girl Charlie's sweet reaction to her dad taking a bite of her ice cream went viral on Instagram. A number of users reacted to the priceless video. "Her ice cream matched her eyes," wrote one user while another said, "What a sweet, well-mannered girl!!"
Although the girl was quite generous with her ice cream, she did not treat her rice the same way. In another video shared by Austin Geter, he asked her for a bite of her rice dish. Charlie picked up just one grain of rice in her hand and gave it to him. Watch the hilarious video here:
What did you think of the adorable video of the little girl? Tell us in the comments below.
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