There are some things that are hilarious no matter what your age. Like farts. My son isn't even a year and a half old yet and he cracks up whenever me, my wife, or he farts. He crinkles his nose and says, "butt butt" and then giggles a bit.
I'm nearing 31 years old and can safely say that I find farts as funny (if not funnier) than I did when I was in elementary school. Just hearing someone fart makes me chuckle.
So, you can only imagine how tickled pink I would be if I saw someone literally attack someone with a fart. Like run up to them unawares and unload their butt gases upon them.
Which is exactly what happened to TV weatherman Patrick Ellis.
The meteorologist was in the middle of his segment when a child appeared on screen and wreaked some, uh, havoc. After seemingly directing a fart at Ellis' knees, the kid exclaimed, "there are farts everywhere and toots," which prompted him to be swiftly yanked off camera.
According to the weatherman, the rambunctious boy is the son of a lawyer who happened to be a guest on an attorney call-in show at the station.
That's right, this kid gave his own forecast of "farts and toots." If he doesn't have a career in meteorology, then he's got one in comedy.
Because that's seriously hilarious.
Thankfully, Ellis was able to have a sense of humor about the whole thing. He shared the video on Facebook with the caption, "All I'm going to say is watch out for the 'toots' across central Mississippi." We certainly will.