Dad wonders what walking toddler imagines… and it's something like this (VIDEO)

If you’ve ever wondered what goes through the mind of a toddler as he or she goes about their day, walking along the sidewalk and picking up sticks along the way, you’re not alone. A gamer dad, known on YouTube as “Monke Y,” had the swell idea to add a little Super Mario Bros. action to his tot’s daily walking routine. Maybe the youngster imagines he’s collecting coins, flipping turtle shells and pouncing on mushrooms as he walks along, maybe not. But either way, the video still makes for a good laugh. Too bad the imaginative clip isn’t a bit longer.

[Monke Y]

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