Woman jokes she suffered a ‘stroke’ after filming herself and was unable to pronounce the words ‘dead bird’
A Florida woman’s funny word flub has gone viral on TikTok and has garnered 7.1 million views and thousands of tickled comments.
Dani Adams went to TikTok on March 23 to share a story about a dead bird she saw by the side of the road – but just moments after telling the story, she mispronounced ‘dead bird’ as ‘impostor’ .
While most people were just correcting themselves, Dani kept repeating ‘bed-dird’ several times while looking confused, clearly unable to figure out what she was actually trying to say – and concluded in the ironic caption that she had a stroke.
Oops! A Florida woman’s funny word flub has gone viral on TikTok, generating 7.1 million views and thousands of tickled comments
Huh … Dani Adams went to TikTok to share a story about a dead bird she saw by the side of the road – but just moments after telling the story, she mispronounced ‘dead bird’ as ‘cheater’
Wait a second! Dani kept repeating ‘bed dird’ several times looking confused, clearly unable to figure out what she was actually trying to say
Yes! Finally she remembered the correct pronunciation and triumphantly exclaimed ‘dead bird’ before turning off the camera
Dani started the video in her kitchen, eating a banana while talking to the camera in workout clothes.
“So I was driving home from the gym and I saw a huge bed on the side …” she said before her words left.
She stood there looking confused, trying to think of what she was actually trying to say.
“Bed crazy,” she certainly repeated, before making another confused face.
She repeated ‘bed dird’ five more times, each time pausing afterword to think about the sound and wonder why it didn’t seem right.
Taking Off: The video went viral, with some commenters voicing concerns that Dani had actually had a stroke
She finally remembered the correct pronunciation and triumphantly exclaimed ‘dead bird’ before turning off the camera.
She uploaded the funny moment to TikTok and added the caption, “I just recorded my stroke on camera.”
The video went viral, with some commenters voicing concerns that Dani had actually suffered a stroke.
“Wait, why did I get HELLA anxious to think I was about to see her having a stroke ???” one asked.
“I couldn’t even guess what you were trying to say,” said another, while others admitted they thought she was trying to say “rubbish.”
Some pointed out that she never finished the story and wanted to know what happened to the dead bird.
She’s okay! In a follow-up video, she said she was simply suffering from low blood sugar
Dani answered their curiosity and uploaded a second video this week to finish the story.
“I saw a huge dead bird on the side of the road with a” Get well soon “balloon tied to it and three young boys in suits with Bibles holding a prayer service,” she said.
She also addressed her word swap, attributing it to low blood sugar.
The confusion in the word mix up in my video is more than likely due to my low blood sugar. If you have low blood sugar, you can have stroke symptoms such as dizziness, weakness, confusion, slurred words and confusion, as I have in my video, ‘she said.
She also hit back on critics who accused her of having mild strokes.
‘I don’t joke about stroke victims, and I never would. I acknowledge that I probably should have said something along the lines of ‘brain fart’ instead of a stroke, but TikTok doesn’t allow you to change your subtitles once you post a video, ‘she said.