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Video of Cute Little Guinea Pigs Eating Broccoli Has People Obsessed

Getting a child to eat broccoli is one of the most difficult things to do. For some reason they think it's gross. To be fair, we also thought the same when we were younger, but we've come a long way since then. Kids are lucky these days though because well, there's an adorable video that might convince them that broccoli is actually delicious and that video comes from TikTok user @theguineapigkingdom

Five guinea pigs were circled around during dinner time. Low and behold right in front of them all was a center piece of broccoli. Just one large broccoli ready to serve five hungry guinea pigs. LOL! And apparently these guinea pigs are very food motivated. The creator said that it's all over when the fridge opens. But unlike a kid who protests eating veggies, these guinea pigs were feasting! Absolutely no complaining here. The clip has over 1.3 million views and we're all obsessed! You'll see why. The sounds they make while eating is everything! 

Aww! We never knew watching someone or something eat broccoli could be so cute but it is! We've watched this a million already and we don't plan on stopping anytime soon. It's just that those little squeals are too precious. We'd never get sick of hearing them. That's how it is for other TikTokers too! 

"Nothing sounds cuter than a guinea pig!" said @glassslipperzzz. After this video, we absolutely can stand by that statement! @awesumselenafan added, "Love the noises they make." Who doesn't?! The creator responded by saying, "It's like therapy." Seriously! It's an instant serotonin boost!  

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Another TikTok user, @thedevilsagent, commented, "I enjoyed every word." LOL! We wonder what they were saying! Maybe the conversation went how @annmarieedwards630 said who's comment read, "'Hey gimme some.' Mom, 'There's enough for everyone.'" HA! Children fighting over broccoli? Unheard of! But it could be very true for these guinea pigs! 

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