`Are you sure?! Are you crazy sure?!` the boy asked as Ellis gave the weather. The young boy ran over to Ellis and lifted a leg to mime the act of passing gas on the weatherman.
Ellis, somewhat flustered, asked if the boy wanted to deliver the weather forecast. `Yeah, there are farts everywhere and toots, and they are crazy,` the boy said, right before being dragged off-screen by an adult."
I`ve yelled "Are you sure?" at the TV screen dozens of times when a meteorologist has predicted rain when there wasn`t a cloud in the sky or forecast snow when the temperature was well above freezing.
It doesn`t surprise me that a young kid had the temerity to question a weatherman to his face, but miming the act of farting on live TV is certainly a novel way to express his skepticism.
The kids` forecast of farts and toots everywhere is probably more accurate than whatever the weatherman predicted.
The little fart was dragged off-screen by an adult, I would have dragged the weather dude off-screen.
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