Toddler, 2, Can't Get Over Hole in Mom’s Pants, Asks 'What Happened?' More Than a Dozen Times (Exclusive)

Natasha Rexing's daughter found herself perplexed at damage to her mom's pants

<p>Natasha Rexing/TikTok</p> Natasha Rexing

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Natasha Rexing's daughter in viral TikTok video

A toddler is going viral after expressing a fascination with something most might find unremarkable: a hole in her mom's pants.

Natasha Rexing shared a video on TikTok in which she asks her 2-year-old daughter Imi, "What happened?" while the little girl stares straight ahead.

"There's a hole," Imi responds,

"There is a hole," Rexing acknowledges, to which Imi asks, "What happened?"

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After Rexing says she doesn't know what happened, Imi asks, "There's a hole? What happened?" again — and again, a total of seven times, before asking, "It broken?"

When Rexing tells her the pants aren't broken as she can "still wear them," Imi then again asks, "There's a hole? What happened?" at least five more times.

"I guess I need new pants ... we will be discussing all night," Rexing wrote in her caption to the video.

Rexing, who lives in Evansville, Indiana, explains to PEOPLE that Imi "literally probably went on. for five minutes" asking about the hole. And the next day, it all started up again.

"She then started again the next morning when I walked up in the same pajama pants," Rexing says.

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As commenters pointed out, the cute video did little to resolve the mystery of what actually caused the hole in Rexing's pants.

"I know one thing: 1. there's a hole. What I don't know: - what happened," wrote one TikTok user.

Another said that the persistence demonstrated by the toddler's line of questioning might mean that she has "a strong future as an interrogator. She just knows you'll eventually break and tell her what happened."

Others acknowledged that constant questions were par for the course for many toddlers.

"And this sums up ages 2-7 quite nicely," wrote one commenter. "Just constantly circling around with questions."

"I have to make up stories to survive," wrote another.

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