Hilarious moment toddler makes imaginary call to her great grandmother to have a talk

Nov 16, 2018
12:20 P.M.
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An adorable toddler became viral after she stole the hearts of people from all over the world with her video where she is seen having an imaginary conversation wither great-grandmother.


Three-year-old Daisy Healy from Dublin is the star of her own YouTube channel called Crazy Daisy.

In one of her videos, which was taken in a hotel, she can be seen talking to someone on a landline phone as her father, Alan, recorded her animated conversation.

Since the one-minute video was uploaded earlier this month, the video has already reached more than 100 thousand views.


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In the clip, Daisy looks adorable with her facial features as she pretends to talk to her imaginary friend, her great-grandmother.

Speaking on the phone, she says, “I am very hungry, and I was thirsty and all, like. Daddy keeps taking photos, and it’s very mad.”

Source: YouTube/ Crazy Daisy

Daisy dives into a make-pretend conversation and at one point, she exclaims, “I’m just going with myself. Do you know where I’m going? I’m going to the park.”

By the end of the video, Alan can be heard asking her daughter if she’s ready to go. She then tells her great granny, “'We're just going!” right before ending the supposed call.


Speaking with the Daily Mail, Alan said Daisy has always been fond of staging funny and imaginary conversations.

Source: YouTube/ Crazy Daisy

He also revealed that his daughter’s YouTube channel was made after they received tons of requests from people since they already had a glimpse of Daisy’s humor through the hilarious videos of her that Alan posted on his Instagram page.

He said, “A few people kept saying, you need to get Daisy her own YouTube channel - so I did.”

In addition, Alan also shared that none of his daughter’s videos are scripted. In fact, he said Daisy hates it when he records her.


Source: YouTube/ Crazy Daisy

According to him, Daisy can be “very shy around new people” even though her videos say otherwise. Although, he said the toddler would eventually warm up to them after some time.

Daisy has two older siblings, Alexandra, 13, and Noah, six, who are both in drama school. It seems that the theatrics runs in the family.

Alan said that Daisy might follow her siblings’ footsteps, but he clarified that he would never force her to do something she doesn’t want to do.

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