Little girl blames Barbie for peer pressuring her into nail polish disaster

While we all learn at a young age that placing the blame for our wrongful actions on someone else isn't very kind, we also learn at a young age that placing the blame for our wrongful actions on someone else just might get us out of sticky situations. After weighing the pros and cons, one little girl gave into the temptation and blamed an unlikely source after she broke her father's nail polish rules.

It seems 3-year-old Sophia has let "Toy Story" get to her head a bit too much after she blamed her Barbie doll for "making" her paint the doll blue with Disney nail polish. After Sophia's dad asked her why she broke his rules and used nail polish in her bedroom instead of outside, it didn't take her long to snitch on her beloved Barbie.

The adorable culprit says, "She told me to. She said it a hundred times and I be saying 'no'" as she gulps down tears in front of her father, who recorded the entire exchange. Sophia's dad tries to get to the bottom of Sophia's story while reminding Sophie that she isn't allowed to use nail polish inside the house.

Sophia, however, assures her father that she is fully aware of his nail polish rules and that she had no intention of breaking them until she was peer pressured by her Barbie. The precious daddy-daughter confrontation has surfaced on both YouTube and Facebook as people melt over the future trouble-maker's adorable plea of innocence.

Well played, Sophia.

Watch this video of another adorable little girl trying to get out of trouble for eating a doughnut:

My 3 Year Old Tries to Get Out of Trouble by Telling Stories

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