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Popular Youtube Kids Channel Teaches Children To Lie

These kid-themed videos are every parent’s nightmare!

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Imagine this: It’s a Sunday and you are relaxing at home with your children. As usual, the kids are getting unruly and you want some peace and quiet. So you take out your secret weapon. You bring the tablet out and let them watch kiddie videos on Youtube.

While there are undoubtedly a lot of educational and entertaining videos on Youtube, the fact of the matter is that there are also a lot of bad ones out there – as you will see below.

Yes, there are a lot of trash videos on YouTube.

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Unfortunately, the video-sharing site’s algorithms categorize them as kids videos – and your children can be exposed to them.

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The animated show Looloo Kids is one example.

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It may seem like a harmless show for children but wait until you see something unsettling. The video seems to glorify the act of “lying” and is devoid of any valuable lessons that children can learn from.

The dark trend of children’s Youtube videos was also noticed by the New York Times.

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Some videos of Mickey Mouse getting ran over and left bloodied on the road, or Spider-Man peeing on Elsa have slipped past YouTube’s filters.

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The Youtube channel Billion Surprise Toys is a channel that is quite popular among young viewers.

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They have about 16 million subscribers and every video garners an average of over a million views. The controversial “Johny, Johny. Yes, Papa” video has inspired a lot of memes on social media recently is actually one of their creations.

Parents should be cautious about what they allow their children to watch.

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Besides, most parents allow their children to watch unsupervised because they are busy with other matters.

Watch the video here and see for yourself:

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Buckingham Palace Plays ‘Respect’ During Changing Of The Guard To Honor Aretha Franklin

The Queen of Soul received a respectful send-off from the Queen of England on Friday.

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On Friday, just before her funeral began in Detroit, guards at Buckingham Palace in the United Kingdom decided to pay their respects to Aretha Franklin. The incredible performance comes as thousands of people gathered to bid farewell to the Queen of Soul.

Queen Elizabeth II paid tribute during the Guard mounting or Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace as the Band of the Welsh Guards performed a cover of Franklin’s 1967 signature hit “Respect.” The ceremony was being live streamed around the world throughout the day.

The 76-year-old singer passed away at her Detroit home on August 16 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer.

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Sir David Attenborough Set To Return With A Must-See BBC Documentary ‘Dynasties’

We’ve known him from BBC’s Blue Planet and Planet Earth, among others. Now he’s back!

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Sir David Attenborough is broadly known for his BBC nature narrations. Now, the English broadcaster and natural historian is set to return with a brand new documentary.

The show called the Dynasties has actually been four years in the making. It will follow the lives of a chimpanzee, an Emperor penguin, a lion, a tiger, and a hunting dog, that were shown on the poster.
The said documentary was already announced back in February.

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Former President Jimmy Carter Lives A Frugal Lifestyle, Has A Modest Home

“It just never had been my ambition to be rich.”

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In a world where being “boujee” is a thing, former President Jimmy Carter is reminding everyone that not all people aspire to be rich and famous. Although his status in the society will always make him popular, he has remained humble and down to earth all these years.

Who knew that the former President could be so relatable? In fact, he might even be a lot simpler than most regular people.

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