Tobster - 2009-10-20 most of these clips are from funniest home videos, seeing kids get hurt was funny even before the internet.
fluffy - 2009-10-20 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.
kennydra - 2009-10-20 this is kinda crap. but the dolphin and the kid doing the epic stoppie get some stars.
Squidmojo - 2009-10-20 We have YouTube to prevent us from watching crap like this.
Indidan - 2009-10-20 Good, but I think it could be better with some TF2 sound effects.
joyofdiscord - 2009-10-20 Psshht, most of those kids didn't even look like they got hurt that bad.
kiint - 2009-10-20 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.
BOOSH - 2009-10-20 does someone throw a dog at a kid in the first clip?
pastorofmuppets - 2009-10-20 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 - 2009-10-20 Those kids could have been eaten by those sharks!