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What Happened When Daughter Narcs On Dad About His Backyard Weed?

Kids say the darndest things, but having your daughter accidentally tell her teacher about the weed you’ve got growing in the backyard is next level.

Apr 10, 2017 - Todd Farmington

You can be sure that kids can say the darndest things, but having your daughter accidentally tell her teacher about the weed you’ve got growing in the backyard, well, that could leave everyone speechless.

Daughter adorably narcs on dad about the weed in his backyard

“Weed is not good for you.”

But what kind of weed is this young lady speaking of? Of course, it’s obvious, as it’s the stuff “that’s like grass” but “is weed” – don’t worry, it will soon make sense.

Her father, Dax Holt, found out the hard way that kids sometimes don’t realize what they’re saying until it’s too late. Not until you can trust them to not speak about such things in class, at friend’s place or, you know, any place, if that would ever be possible.

That’s a given when you’re also growing a lot of “weed” in your yard, which the former TMZ producer happened to be doing like most people do. But he learned the hard way when his daughter’s teacher approached him to say that young Skylar had told them all about some weed in his backyard.

Upon getting home, Holt turned his camera on and “interrogated” Skylar, to get to the bottom of the story. What happens next has to be seen, as it has a twist that even M. Night Shyamalan would be proud of – or is that the Farrelly Brothers?

Yeah, there is much more to this story, which won’t be spoiled, as it has to be watched.


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