A 3-Year-Old Discusses Who She's Going To Marry And Gives A Way Better Answer Than Many 30-Year-Olds

The Gay Women's Channel recorded a couple of youngsters talking about marriage and then lip-synched the whole conversation. It's amazing how kids, unencumbered by cultural norms, will make more sense than most adults. At 2:00, they get to the point you hopefully already knew and accepted.

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Caden. I'm silly.

0:11

My name's Mya and I'm silly.

0:14

Are you going to get married?

0:18

Yes, to Audrey.

0:20

Are you going to marry a girl or a boy?

0:26

I'm going to marry a girl Audrey.

0:27

Are you going to marry, someone?

0:35

A girl. A girl boy.

0:36

Then pick Matthew in my class cause he's a boy and he has long hair!

0:42

I'm going to put him in jail to sentence him to marry.

0:50

Can girls and boys get married with boys and girls?

0:54

Yes.

0:54

Can boys and boys get married and girls and girls get married?

0:55

Let me think. Yes!

0:57

Cause the boy wants to marry a boy and the girl wants to marry a girl.

1:05

If I marry something I'll marry everything.

1:08

Are you going to marry Jake in my classroom?

1:11

Yeah, Jake.

1:11

What are you going to do with Jake at your wedding?

1:15

Let me think. Do you know what-

1:20

You're going to wear your mother's white dress!

1:22

No that's too big.

1:24

When you're grown up.

1:25

What are you going to do at your wedding?

1:28

Mine's looking like a dinosaur! Mine's going to look like a dinosaur.

1:35

You know what mine's going be?

1:36

Frozen.

1:36

No, Sheriff Callie. Ha!

1:36

I'm going to wear a big black shirt with a red tie!

1:53

But it's going to be too big for you!

1:59

Caden?

1:59

What?

1:59

What's the most important thing when you get married?

2:01

The most important thing is that you love each other.

2:09

Love each other, love each other!

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