Little League Kid Runs Home in Slow Motion After Coach Told Him To Run As Fast As He Can (VIDEO)
Depending on what type of person you are, you’re either going to think this is adorable or just downright disrespectful.
Over the weekend, a Twitter user posted a video of his younger cousin playing little league ball. At one point in the game, the coach asked the kid to run as fast as he could towards home to step on the plate.
The kid decided to have some fun with it and run the entire way in slow motion. He even pushed off the coach who tried to speed him up.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 30, 2018
The reactions to this were mixed:
If that is what the coach told him to do and he did that the parents should not be cheering this on.
— vikings Chat (@VikingsFBchat) April 30, 2018
— mr.unknown (@gamerguy1009) April 30, 2018
sad more than anything…and the parents laughing at it…Once he shoved away from the coach, i would have grabbed him off the field. I doubt this type of behavior is new however
— Joshua Rich (@Rich_Joshua21) April 30, 2018
Still faster than Tom Brady’s 40
— Gano (@DGGGano) April 30, 2018
Another reason I fuckin hate kids
— Bibby (@BibbySmalls) April 30, 2018
looks like a kid being forced to play something he doesn’t like.
— Christian B.A. (@ChristianBX1X) April 30, 2018
I’m flying at him like an unblocked LB and putting him on the grass.
— Nick White (@NickW2389) April 30, 2018
i want this to be adorable. but it got annoying at about the 20 second mark
— Caz (@UntouchableC1) April 30, 2018
Not even 1% funny that kid probably wonders why his whole team hates him and wastes their time like that…
— Avion Barksdale (@Floaterific) April 30, 2018
— BX (@AF1_JON) April 30, 2018
— Vus Lee🙏 (@KingVustro) April 30, 2018
Insubordination. Bench his lil ass since he wanna be cute pic.twitter.com/1MKmPvcDeq
— Trigger Reed (@TriggerReed357) April 30, 2018
This is great! You do your thing Little man! Awesome. Made my Day.
— Jamie Smith (@kujayhawksone66) April 30, 2018
He is a kid doing what kids that age do. He is mimicking what baseball feels like to some people….
— Mark Howard (@VA2TX32) April 30, 2018