Why Did YouTube Make Kids Play With S**t?

There are so many weird things trending on YouTube. One of the most frightening YouTube videos shows kids playing with poo like substance for prizes. The energetic nature of the three little girls about to deep dive into a creamy brown substance may make your head spin. Sure, it may simply be good old fashion British fun, but the poop chute chocolate cream is very similar to s**t. Posted by ToysAndMe, a YouTube sensation, the video has more than thirty-six million views. A deeper question some parents should be asking is who’s viewing these children online. The poop inspired video definitely screams Stranger Danger.

Why Did YouTube Make Kids Play With S**t?

Trending on YouTube: Kids + S**t = Super Popular

This video alone has more than thirty-six million views. And it is simply a chocolate challenge. However, the YouTube channel ToysAndMe has videos with more than 100 million views. Yes, 100 million. This particular poop footage shows three young girls rooting around in pans of creamy chocolate. They are searching for

This particular poop footage shows three young girls rooting around in pans of creamy chocolate. They are searching for Minecraft characters in order to win prizes. It is safe to say that these kids did not buy and set up their own video production. Leaving their parents behind this odd video. Thankfully the comments are disabled on all the videos.

YouTube Trends: Kids Gaining Celebrity Status

One of the most popular videos posted by ToysAndMe is the giant lollipop challenge. In this video, a young girl opens giant lollipops and gives them a go. This young YouTube celeb also plays with a giant gummy tongue. Will we be seeing this young girl on Hollywood sets one day? And what message are we sending to children about becoming celebrities, rather than taking on more prestigious careers? It may seem harmless on the surface, but there may be predators afoot.

Child Predators On YouTube

Would you put your child on YouTube? You may want to think twice about it because the video platform is a pedophile playground. Sure, your kid dancing to Beyoncé’s in his or her underpants is hilarious. For you and your family. However, it loses its charm when you imagine a greasy pedophile stroking his meat to your little bundle of joy. YouTube is the second largest search engine with four billion video views per day. And yes, 81.9 percent of YouTubers are between the ages of 14 and 17. But a sliver of that percentage may be nefarious characters. It would be cool to have a social media star in the family, however, think twice about who may have access.

YouTube is the second largest search engine with four billion video views per day. And yes, 81.9 percent of YouTubers are between the ages of 14 and 17. But a sliver of that percentage may be nefarious characters. It would be cool to have a social media star in the family, however, think twice about who may have access.

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