ANYONE who's ever had a toddler will know just how much mischief they can cause.
And one mum found herself in a little spot of bother right before bath time when her son decided to play a game of hide and seek.
The young tot was reaching for some bedtime snacks, it seems, before he found himself calling out to mum from an "insane" hiding spot.
But the hiding spot is so "insane," according to TikTok users that you'd probably miss him entirely.
American mum of three, Cortney Loffredo, shared a clip on TikTok of what appears to be a lazy susan-style corner cupboard in her kitchen.
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"Are you serious?" she can be heard saying as the cupboard mysteriously starts to move on its own.
But that's not the case at all as her her son somehow managed to squeeze himself behind the pile of snacks.
And even when he realised he'd made a big mistake and begins to cry, he and Cortney both remaind alarmingly calm .
Cortney instructs him to "push on it"in hope it would create enough space for him to wiggle his way out.
Eventually you see the youngster's cheeky face appear, grinning from ear to ear.
And even after escaping unharmed, it seems he wanted more, and people reckon adults have no chance against a toddler.
The mum revealed in the comments that he attempted to go right back in as soon as he was out.
The video since been viewed more than 6.4 million times with people praising Cortney for her poised state.
She captioned the post: "My youngest found a new hiding spot before bath time".
"Nobody is talking about how this is the best hiding spot possible," commented one person.
Another added: "I would simply have a panic attack."
"Y'all are saying that she is so calm bro, that KID is so calm!" chimed in another. "I would have been freaking out!"
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