The footage was uploaded to the video sharing website by Mtmuzic, who lists her name as Mary.
The description reads
: "Mommy was not feeling well and had to stay in the bathroom longer than usual during which my two boys, ages 1 and 3 took my new bag of flour out of the cupboard and destroyed my house. This is from one 5lb bag. Don't believe me? Hand a full bag to a 3 year old and see what happens."
is on over where this is the "most mild-mannered mother on earth," or if she has lost her mind, or was the incident faked by the woman for viral attention.
The uniformity of the 'spread of the flour' in some parts of the living room has commenters on YouTube screaming foul. The uploader disabled the comments after nearly a hundred thousand people viewed the video, sparking hundreds of comments questioning its authenticity, as well as the mother's 'passive reaction' to a situation that might push others over the edge.
, "I agree, it looks like I totally was a passive parent here. It looks like I don't parent at all! It is just that I was in complete shock. I came out of the bathroom in shock, walked through the flour on the floor to get my camera, went back to the bathroom, took a deep breath and started to video. After I videotaped this I sat down and cried. My mother-in-law (God Bless Her) came over to help me clean. (Thanks Mom) Zachary did fall on the flour and busted his lip open though :-(."
YouTube user 'brunozi' wrote
, "You should go see a psychiatrist, lady. You poured flour all over your own house just to make a YouTube video? Seriously, go see a doctor. It's ridiculously and clear that someone poured the flour all over the house, specially over the sofa. Do you really think that people would believe that a 3 yr old boy had the intelligence to make sure the flour would be uniformly spread all over the room, at places that are 3 times taller than the kid himself? hahahaha unbelievable...I feel sorry for your kids having such a distraught mom."
Is the video real or fake? You decide.