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Desc:You can never see to many videos of children being hurt.
Category:Accidents & Explosions
Tags:crash, kids, Ouch, faceplant, Dude you ok?
Submitted:Time Travel Mishap
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Comment count is 13
I don't understand some of this
for the dolphin, the rest is ass
infinite zest
most of these clips are from funniest home videos, seeing kids get hurt was funny even before the internet.
In many ways, Bob Saget was a visionary pioneer, who invented YouTube long before there was sufficient Internet infrastructure and personal computing power to make such a thing feasible.

For that, we all owe Bob Saget a great debt.

this is kinda crap. but the dolphin and the kid doing the epic stoppie get some stars.
We have YouTube to prevent us from watching crap like this.

Good, but I think it could be better with some TF2 sound effects.
Psshht, most of those kids didn't even look like they got hurt that bad.
as a parent its kind of funny because you know theyre made out of 90% rubber. Its the other 10% that puts your teeth on edge.
does someone throw a dog at a kid in the first clip?
AFV was like a cage for these kinds of clips. YouTube is letting them out in the wild where natural selection happens. Evolution has led to the obligatory slow-mo replay, the vestigiality of the corny host, and videos this non-life-threatening have been all but phased out.
La Loco
Those kids could have been eaten by those sharks!
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