This reminds me of my mother saying: "Yeah. It's all fun and games until somebody gets hurt isn't it?" Love that British accented "Charlie" and "hurt"
I have seen this video before and it never fails to make me laugh!
Ha, don't tell me Charlie didn;t know what he was doing ;)Aren't they lovely kids though? Some big bothers would have clobbered bubs before then.
Isn't that just the classic example of the British "stiff upper lip"? They obviously instill it early. My girls would have been screaming and tearing each other's hair out by the end of that.
That was funny, but I really wanted an adult to say "NO biting Charlie". Because now that little tacker thinks biting is hilarious. *sigh* Why can't I switch that stuff off in my head?
In our house, it's -It's all fun and games until someone gets hurt......then it's f**in' hilarious!
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