Little Girl Declares Her Love For Abandoned Water Heater On The Street That She Thinks Is A Robot

Redditor shadeogreen’s daughter Rayna met a robot on the street and instantly declared her love for it. She was blissfully unaware that her new mechanical friend was, in reality, an abandoned water heater.

h/t: laughingsquid, reddit

“I love you, robot!”

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