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We all know the struggle that comes with trying to squeeze into a pair of skinny jeans that are just a little bit too tight.


Well, as it turns out, this is an issue that affects adults and kiddos alike - with one toddler recently gaining viral status for her attempt at denim dynamics.


Alyssa Price recently filmed her daughter, whose name she prefers not to share, trying to squeeze her adorable toddler butt into a pair of skinny jeans that, according to the video, fit just a couple of weeks back.


When Alyssa dashed off to fetch a different pair of pants, the little cutie decided to persevere, refusing to accept the fact that the jeans would not close on her.


The video has gone viral due to the fact that the public just can’t get enough of this little one and her stubborn tight jeans situation. 



In the video, Alyssa asks her gorgeous daughter if she can button them and the tot responds by trying even harder to button them - been there, girl.


The hilarious mum then tells the sweet blond tot to her “skinny jeans dance,” which looks like a very familiar wriggle and stomach sucking in.


Alas, the toddler had no joy in her attempts, and failed to fit into her cute little denims.


With regards to the video, Alyssa said “It was cute and funny so I decided to film. I told her she looked like mommy trying to get into her skinny jeans.” 



She continued, saying: “Every woman I know has been through this battle before. No matter who you are, what size or shape you are, skinny jeans can be difficult to get into.”


The video has been shared more than 55,000 times, with countless people commenting on how hilarious the video is. 


What do you reckon, ums? Can you relate? 






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