Getting to hear what mic'd up players are saying out on the court, field, or ice during a game can add a lot of color to whatever game you're watching, but there's no way it'll ever be as entertaining as listening in on the stream-of-consciousness ramblings from a 4 year-old during his pee-wee hockey practice. And if you don't believe us, then stop whatever you're doing right now and watch this clip.
After a video of his young son mic'd up out on the ice during hockey practice became a viral sensation earlier this year, a dad decided to unleash a follow-up video in hopes of further investigating what his son was thinking out there. And not only does this one not disappoint, it's arguably even more delightfully hilarious than the original.
The new clip, which follows 4-year-old Mason during his last practice of the year, provides yet another incredible look at what goes on in the mind of a child struggling to do his best in the heat of competition. Mostly, though, you get a sense of what's really important to the little guy, which is evidently making sandwiches with his daddy later "when it gets dark."
Of course, much like the first video, it's packed with hysterical moments from beginning to end, including him yelling at phantom "old paint cans," repeatedly falling, periodically screaming nonsense, calling fellow players "sausages," and asking other kids to be his best friend. You know, all the typical things a kid does during hockey practice, one assumes.
Seriously, stop what you're doing and watch it. Your day will be better for it.