Boy With Freakishly Large Brain Wins Spelling Bee

Submitted by: fancylad 8 years ago in Funny

The ONN meet James Kimura, a 12-year-old afflicted with the ability to spell long words normal kids don’t care about.
There are 43 comments:
Male 82
pretty clever commentClown.
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Male 189
the onion is stupid
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Male 127
I hate the Onion So much.

It Makes Me Cry.

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Male 31
I used to be in a gifted and talented program =[. No wonder people said I was `special`.
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Female 678
oh the onion, how you have yet to amuse me.
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Male 1,232
I saw it was onion, then lost all interest.
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Male 5,190
Lol. They were trying to hard.
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Male 2,553
"Oh, is that what they`re calling it now..."

That`s when I realized that it wasn`t serious, then I saw the Onion...

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Female 15,763
Ahahahaha!

I want to see the jerk mountain climber...

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Male 8,302
Next word, can you spell "freakazoidnerdwhocanspellbutnevergettinglaid"?
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Male 5
haha, I love the dude`s expression on 1:08
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Male 340
They were more annoying than funny in that one, lol
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Male 3,819
Totally reminded me of Davy Chu.

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Male 906
hahahahaaaaa
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Male 468
I new he would be asian (no offense asian people)
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Female 1,682
lmfao XD i LOVE the onion.
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Female 192
"I`m just smart!

"Riiight."

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Female 1,578
d`awww what a cutie!
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Male 904
very nice lol
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Male 2,199
lol wow that kid is a pretty good actor... i could almost feel his frustration... while i laughed my ass off...
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Male 108
LMAO!
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Female 209
"I mean I would have just tossed you in a gutter to end your agony." Priceless :)
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Male 493
Anyone Remember Evan O` Dorney? That kid didn`t know anything about the fine art of small talk.
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Male 266
LMAO :im in an accelerated promgram" "oh is that what theye calling it these days" xDDDDDD
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Male 721
lol. how do onn make money?
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Male 138
Onion... how I love thee... My favorite was "Fat Kid Avoids Ridicule by wearing T-Shirt While Swimming"
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Male 1,540
The funny thing about the onion is how hard they try to be ridiculously over-exaggerated in their satires of actual news networks but then somehow some people are still tricked in to believing its an actual news story.
The moral being no matter how ridiculous satires of the news get, actual news networks will always be just as ridiculous.
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Male 322
Onion FTW.

"There`s nothing wrong with me! I`m just smart!"

Ahahah...I don`t know how many times I`ve had to say that back in school. XD

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Male 1,051
That kid is one heck of an actor.
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Female 112
The funniest thing about this video, is the coment that`s left under it. :o
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Female 267
lol, i thought it was real until they started asking if he saw shapes and other wierd stuff, lol
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Female 778
i thought this was real until i realized i`d seen that yellow set before. friggin` ONN. -_-
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Female 351
oh Man... i like being tricked by onion but i saw the ONN at the bottom
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Male 1,148
haha ONN is soo awesome :P
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Male 1,347
hehe, I love the way they were treating him

calvin and hobbes! sweet stuff obsidian, tis my fave

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Male 801
I hate ONN....tricked. AGAIN!
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Male 145
"Yet another smug guy who`s climbed Mount Everest!"

Hahaha, I love that.

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Male 31
I used to be in a gifted and talented program =[. No wonder people said I was `special`.
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Male 606
I wasn`t gonna watch this until I read ONN. They`re always hilarious.


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Male 195
I think I`d want as my savant power animal magnetism.
IS that a get-able savant power?

Does it work like mutant powers? Can I have super-healing or laser vision?

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Male 195
Of all the savant skills to have, spelling is probably the pootiest one of all. No high-priced engineering gigs, no tenure in the maths department, no Nobel prizes.
All it lets you do is be a grammar nazi without having to worry about incriminating yourself.
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Male 820
I love the Onion.
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Male 20,301
Link: Boy With Freakishly Large Brain Wins Spelling Bee [Rate Link] - The ONN meet James Kimura, a 12-year-old afflicted with the ability to spell long words normal kids don’t care about.
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