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‘Sassy Mila’ Rips Into Life’s Nonsense and We Can’t Stop Laughing


Everyone, meet Mila Stauffer: The too-funny toddler tearing shreds off all the B.S. life throws at her/us on a regular basis.

Yep, even though what she says sometimes makes us cringe ever so slightly, this toddler’s hilarious Instagram tyranny actually hits closer to home for us adults more than she probably ever intended.

(As she so puts it, she is only two after all…)

This little girl may struggle to enunciate her Rs and has real beef with her older brother, Charles, but we can’t help but notice that (most of) her sassy quips speak directly to our tired adult souls — and we’ve got the ridiculously hilarious videos to prove it.

Don’t believe us? Just watch — with your sound turned on.

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Like that time she got stuck in a ridiculously long airport security line

Like that time she confessed to not getting hashtags (and, to be honest, neither do we)

Like that time her brothers went back to school and she got the house to herself (aka every parent’s dream)

Like that time she, err, upgraded to a fancy new moisturizer and it didn’t do the job

Like that time she raided the fridge for a snack (read: this is all of us after a big night out)

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Your sandwiches are gross Mila-Emma

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Like that time she was sweating in her house at 10 p.m. at night because it’s too darn hot

Like that time she got stuck sitting next to ‘Chatty Kathy’ (sorry, Kathy)

This post was written by Ellie McDonald. For more, check out our sister site Now to Love.

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