Little girl can't stop arguing with her dad about counting (Video)

Jun 28, 2018
04:54 A.M.
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The video went viral because little Aleah stood her ground. Although she was wrong, she thought that the proper way to count was, “one, two, three, five.”


The argument the little girl had with her father was captured on camera by her mother and shared on YouTube on June 6, 2016.

All those who think they are good at standing their ground, think again – because one girl, who went viral on the internet, showed the world that she deserves the queen of arguments title.

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The video begins with Aleah’s father telling her that the correct way to count to five was, “one, two, three, four, five,” the girl simply refused.

She was resolute that there was no four involved when counting till five. The correct sequence according to her was one, two, three, and five.


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She did know that four exists and comes immediately after five.

Maybe she knew she was making a mistake and did not want to admit it, or perhaps she was sure that despite there being a four in numbers, it did not appear when counting to five.


Whatever the reason for the argument in her head, she continuously argued with her father and their argument was filmed by Aleah’s mother.


She argues with her father for close to a minute and a half with both parties disagreeing with each other, although the man tries to convince her that there was a five. She cannot be dissuaded to believe otherwise.

Her father says, “You’re skipping four! You can’t just leave four out. No, no that’s not right… Aleah, I’m not going to keep going back and forth with you.”


The little girl responds by saying, “No! No, it’s one two, three, five.”

The argument would probably have continued longer if not for Aleah’s mother. When the little girl goes to her to get some help, she solves the problem for her, as only mothers can.

The young one is also able to see the error with her counting. It is a moment when she finally sees the right way of counting.