'Do the Nae Nae, punch Hitler': Kid's take on holy rules
THE Bible's Ten Commandments were a set of solemn rules passed down from God to Moses.
But an 11-year-old's interpretation of religious imperatives suggest a slightly different mandate to abide by.
Posted to Reddit, a man claims his nephew penned his own take on the holy rules, which have little in common with the list from Exodus.
In fact, his list suggests God has revised his original set, taking into consideration new technology, world wars and pop music.
While some of the rules sound similar - "Don't kill anybody" (Thou shalt not kill) and "Listen to your parents" (honor thy father and thy mother) - others such as "do the nae nae", referencing the dance from the popular Silento song (Now Watch Me) Whip/Nae Nae, and "punch Hitler in the face" are nothing short of original suggestions.