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This tiny sumo wrestler is cute – but what the huge sumo wrestler does is even cuter
At Japan’s Naki Sumo Festival, sumo wrestlers try – and succeed – to make babies cry, because their crying is supposed to drive away demons and protect the children.
Here’s how it works.
Just because they make babies cry for the festival, doesn’t mean they do it at any other time.
Akiyoshi Nagai – @rien0514 – shared this clip of a 16-month-old child making their sumo debut, and it’s almost too much cuteness for one video.
— (@rien0514) April 5, 2022
The clip has been retweeted almost 55,000 times in just over two days and been viewed nearly four million times.
Here are a few of the many reactions.
I was having a crap day but seeing this act of goodness just made my day better. pic.twitter.com/ck2BIJNe5o
— D.T.A Apocolypse aka Berserker (@Dragon_Man_Inc) April 6, 2022
This is Sooooooo Cute!!!
— A Single Black NBY ((Demi)Woman) Nerd (@ASingleBlackFe2) April 7, 2022
He is very strong, I wouldnt fight him
— El (@Glatsico) April 6, 2022
That kid is gonna remember that forever
— "Tug of War" Out On Itunes/Spotify! (@ROARtherapper) April 6, 2022
It put @Jon_Waples in mind of a very different encounter.
I'm reminded of Boris Johnson playing touch rugby with kids, and left thinking how this delightful little film might have been disturbingly different…
— Jonathan NHS (@Jon_Waples) April 6, 2022
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