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Awesome Kid Gives Hilarious TV Interview

Kid gives hilarious news interview at the county fair

Meet our newest obsession: Noah Ritter.

The freckle-faced Pennsylvanian was recently stopped by the local news at the Wayne County Fair, where he completely stole the show (and the hearts of viewers everywhere) with a truly one-of-a-kind interview that has now gone insanely viral.

Bending down to meet his size, the reporter first asks him what he thought of the rides. Right from the start, his response is an amazing thing to behold. The rides were great, he says, as he then trails off on a semi-incoherent ramble about many other things — none of which have anything to do with to the fair rides at all.

"I don't watch the news," he admits. "Because I'm a kid."

Fair enough, Noah. (Though that seems highly suspect, considering he kinda-sorta affects a news anchor-style of speaking throughout the entire interview.)

"Apparently, Grandpa just gives me the remote after we watch the Power Ball," he continues.

OK, Noah. We get it. You avoid the news at all costs.

While he eventually does get around to answering the question (the rides scared him "half to death!"), Noah makes sure to whip out his biggest, most adult-sounding vocab words for the occasion. After all, this is live TV. Big occasions call for for big words! So with considerable gusto, Noah drops the word "apparently" an impressive seven times.

We know this because we counted. Because it's just that good.


After Pennsylvania's WNEP-TV posted Noah's video Monday, it quickly took off like wildfire, racking up over 3 million views so far.

Because, apparently, this kid is hilarious.

Photo via YouTube

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