Will Ferrell’s The Landlord

Say hello to wee Pearl, the meanest landlady in preschool. 

“I want my money, bitch!”

Stolen and posted from YouTube, because you can’t post Funny or Die videos on WordPress.com. See, there IS a downside to inventing new technology. Still, contraband or not, this is the funniest shit you’ll see all day. Sometimes we all need a good laugh.

And I hope that kid has a good therapist!

In case the video gets kilt (again) just watch BathtubYoga‘s landlord video here instead.

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15 thoughts on “Will Ferrell’s The Landlord

  1. I love this video! I was laughing so hard when I first saw and still laugh everytime I show someone who hasn’t heard of it…

    as for the comment of “How dare people use kids this way arrrgggghhh!”
    I have to agree with raincoaster, kids are used in so many ways that are harmful and damaging, a little cussing by a 3 yr old, is not something to get our panties in a wad over, if you have kids and you have family & friends who cuss, your kids are bound to pick up a word now and then, at least she knows her lines.

  2. How dare people use kids this way?

    As opposed to using them as their emotional–or literal–punching bags?

    As opposed to using them as weapons against “the ex”?

    As opposed to entering them in sick little “beauty pagents”?

    As opposed to having them sew sneakers for 6 cents a day?

    Or the myriad other pleasant uses to which so-called “responsible adults” put chilren?

    I’ll take the swearing, staggering three-year-old, thanks. At least we could have a beer together.

  3. Apparently she is going through a phase where she repeats everything said to her and then forgets it immediately. I went through that as well, and so did a lot of the kids I used to look after. I don’t even think they understand the sentences as such; they just enjoy repeating the sounds. You can hear the difference at the end when she says “Come, mommy.” There’s personality behind that, and intention. Not in the rest.

  4. Apparently she is going through a phase where she repeats everything said to her and then forgets it immediately.

    Sorry–what was I saying?

    Come, mommy, as Reagan might have said.

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