Exploiting children for profit isn’t a new game, but YouTube really brings out the best in parents. There’s nothing like setting your kid up for a lifetime of alcohol abuse in order to get a million views.
If I wasn’t so diligent, I might assume that little Charlie running around yelling “my beer” was actually my son. Then again, I probably would have used this as a teaching opportunity for Chuck. My parents taught me that sharing is caring, and dad should really get with the program. He needs to watch a few old episodes of Mr. Rogers and remember that it’s not nice to be selfish. Mom should visit the neighborhood as well to discover how to hold her camera correctly.