Toddler drops f-bomb after losing Fortnite game and dad’s reaction is ‘priceless’

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Liam Card was playing a game of Fortnite with his two-year-old tot Mya, but he hadn’t expected her to get so invested in the game as she began swearing when he lost

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Salisbury: Hilarious moment two-year-old swears after losing

A funny video shows the moment a little girl repeatedly drops the f-bomb in a frustrated rant after watching her dad lose a game of Fortnite.

Mya Diment-Card, two, had been given a controller by her dad 32-year-old Liam Card, so that she would think she was playing along with him too.

But she ended up getting so involved with the game, that when her dad was beaten, she instantly reacted with frustration, and said the naughty word again and again.

Mum Melissa Diment, 31, captured the sweary language on camera, as well as Liam’s shocked reaction as he admitted the behaviour was “so out of the blue.”

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Liam, from Salisbury, Wiltshire, explained: “We were just playing Fortnite and I had her with one controller so she felt like she was playing even though she wasn’t.

“She was sitting there one minute loving it, but when we died that’s when she started swearing.

“It was so out of the blue and my poor missus, who was recording it thinking it was cute her playing with her daddy, was shocked!”

“I think she probably learned that off me for sure, I’m in trouble with the missus,” he added.

Melissa posted the video on her TikTok @milliam_c, with the caption: “wait for it,” and has since been viewed more than 333,000 times.

It also received almost 25,000 likes and hundreds of comments from people in hysterics at Mya’s reaction.

One person said: “Dad knows it’s his fault.”

Another TikTok user wrote: “The dad’s face is priceless.”

A third commented: “He tried his best to hold it in. I would have burst out laughing.”

Someone else added: “True gamer at a young age,” with a number of laughing emojis.

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