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Watch these kids parody that hilarious ‘BBC dad’ interview

If you haven’t been living under a rock, you’ve probably seen that video of a dad doing a BBC interview from his home when his kids suddenly barge into the room, followed by their panic-stricken mum.

Because it’s become one of the best memes of 2017, the video inspired lots of parodies – including one from YouTuber Kevin Fredericks.

His version shows him talking about serious stuff – like politics and Santa’s workshop – when a little boy wanders in and starts dabbing like a boss. A panicked dad then follows and drags the boy away, to which the latter screams out, “Help me! I’m being taken away! HELP!”

It’s so funny that Kevin can’t stay in character and starts giggling. We wish we cold say the same for that awkward and embarrassed ‘BBC dad’!

Via Mashable

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