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This 3-year-old has no idea how inappropriate his ‘bow and arrow’ is
The Shaytards’ youngest son causes hilarity with his new toy.
The so-called first family of YouTube might have a new breakout star.
Shay Butler and his wife got their 3-year-old son Brock a bow and arrow set this week. However, the lad had some trouble pronouncing the name of his new toy. His folks, and many on Reddit‘s r/videos forum, found it hilarious. Meanwhile, the rest of the Shaykids didn’t get what was so funny.
Butler’s family, known online as the “Shaytards,” stars in a daily vlog with nearly 1.5 million subscribers. In early 2012, the clan appeared on Anderson Cooper’s talk show, where Butler referred to the Shaytards’ YouTube videos as “a fun family blog.”
He’s right. After all, there’s not much funnier than family-friendly innuendo.
Photo via Shaycarl/YouTube
Based in Montreal, Kris Holt has been writing about technology and web culture since 2010. He writes for Engadget and Tech News World, and his byline has also appeared in Paste, Salon, International Business Times, Mashable, and elsewhere.