Back when she was in third grade, my daughter came home from school one day singing the song "YMCA."
"YMCK!" she was shouting at the top of her lungs while attempting to synchronize the hand motions. "It's fun to stay at the YMCK-ay."
"Hey Em," I said. "It's actually YMCA not YMCK."
She paused and looked at me for a second, eyes narrowing. "Mommy you don't even know!" she said. "You weren't even there when I learned it at recess!"
Gotta love it when our kids think they know more than we do, right?
Which is why the video of a little girl who thinks her dad's explanation for snow is totally wrong, is currently going viral over on YouTube.
"Snow falls from the sky," the dad explains off camera while his daughter bursts into hysterical laughter. "And it blankets everything."
"Daddy's funny!" she declares, taking a break from her open-mouthed cackling to point at him from her perch in her highchair. Then she repeats it two more times for emphasis.
"No, it's a true story!" the dad continues. "Listen, it falls from the sky... Seriously, it will fall from the sky and cover the ground. And it's cold. You don't believe it?"
"Nope!" she says, before breaking into even more uncontrollable giggles.
I'm guessing he would have had better luck if he'd just belted out the theme from Frozen. Nevertheless, the clip racked up more than 1.5 million views over the holiday weekend.