Psycho Dad Shreds Son’s Video Games in Hilarious Video

Here’s an awesome little Youtube video that’s bound to make you laugh. A Father, fed up with his son’s unwillingness to quit playing video games all day and to get a job, decides to teach him a lesson. That lesson involves the son’s gaming collection and a lawn mower.

I’m pretty sure this staged but that doesn’t stop it from being funny as hell in my mind. The son’s pleads and tantrums are so over the top, and his reaction to the utter destruction of his games is well…just watch.

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slinky1234561338d ago ShowReplies(4)
Majin-vegeta1338d ago

While it is fake.The moral of the story is true.If you're kid ain;t doing squat with their life.Time to become a parent.

Boody-Bandit1337d ago

So yeah it's fake and dumber than hell. This isn't parenting. It's lunacy. Parenting is communication and guidance. Not threatening and destruction. Especially when you take into account in these situations most of the games the child owns were probably purchased by the parents themselves.

I saw this posted on facebook a couple days ago and was blown away by people I personally know thinking this was real. I've seen better acting in porn videos.

My son has played video games since he could walk. He used controllers as teething rings. He just left my house 10 minutes ago to finish up his senior year of college where he has a 3.8 GPA. Both can co exist.

These sensationalist videos garnering this level of attention is sad. As satire, if well done, they are funny. But this one wasn't meant as satire but shock value and poorly executed.

BlackWolf121336d ago

I don't really think the gaming community have ANY right to comment on the morality of this kind of parenting.

Considering how pathetic we all are as a group. How can a group responsible for the console wars be allowed to have any opinion on real life matters.

dasbeer881337d ago

I'd love to live in a middle class house like that kid.

B00M1337d ago

Damn that house is fine, more like upper class lol.

SilentNegotiator1337d ago (Edited 1337d ago )

By destroying valuable property? Sell the games, hide them away until junior gets a job, but destroy them? Erratic behavior isn't good parenting.

I wouldn't mind this video being fake if it actually delivered on the "hilarious" does not.

Codewow1338d ago (Edited 1338d ago )

Well, if they monetize this video they will make back the worth of all the games AND then some! So... I see this was a good idea!

edit: The guy has 22k subs, and monetized it... It's just another channel trying to make it big off the "Greatest Freakout Ever" series of staged videos.... It looks like it's working too... Wish I could come up with this stupid crap before these people so I could make the money and put it to good use funding my career and life goals.

PurpHerbison1337d ago

I wish I came up with even simpler ideas... Twitter... Instagram... etc... Where is my time machine?

SilentNegotiator1337d ago

Good ol' Ad Block Plus! Saving me from giving money to lame, fake videos.

Codewow1336d ago

As long as you reactivate it for videos that deserve a bit of money.

SilentNegotiator1336d ago (Edited 1336d ago )

I do indeed, sir.

RedLetterMedia, all of those hilarious cartoonists getting screwed by Youtube's new system that prizes length of video watched over quality and ad views, NormalBoots' channels, etc....take my money!!
...erm, I mean, take some advertiser's money.

TheSaint1337d ago

Raise your kids better.

Th3o1337d ago

A) It's fake
B) Not all kids are a product of how they are raised. There are many more factors than "raise your kids better"

Thank You

TheSaint1336d ago

Nurture over nature 99% of the time, so like I said. Raise your kids better.

Th3o1336d ago


That's not the point, I'm stating it's not the only factor. There are plenty of other factors.

No matter how good the parent is, if the child is not willing or self disciplined he/she will continue to do so when the parent is not around.

Stop seeing everything as black and white.

Boody-Bandit1337d ago

You don't "raise" your kids. You care for, provide for, and guide your children. You don't have ownership in that they do what you say no questions asked. They are all individuals. You can merely feed them, cloth them, house them, care for them and instill strong values into them while hoping for the best.

The hardest working most well intentioned caring parents are not in control of the path their children will ultimately take. All you can do is your best and hope in the end it wasn't in vain.

Oh and BTW. This was fake.

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