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Father's Dramatic Re-Enactment Of His Son's Reaction To Falling Into Stinging Nettles Is Everything

By Jonna Ivin-Patton

Comedian William Andrews took to Twitter to share the tragic tale of his four-year-old son's tumble into a patch of stinging nettles and as soon as we can stop laughing, we will feel really bad. 

In what can only be described as a poetic interpretation, Andrews brought his son's words to life saying:

It's bad, it's bad, it's the baddest. It's worse. It's worse. It's getting worser. It's worser than the tree, than that house, than the river, than the rain. It's getting worse.
Ow ow ow, I may never stop saying ow.

 As Andrews carried his son home, the child finished his spoken word jam with:

It's bad, it's bad, it's the baddest. Bring me to mummy. Bring me to mummy. Get me the cream.