Huffington Post- Father-son projects are a great way to bond with your children, teach them life lessons, and, apparently, make millions of dollars.
At least, that's the case with EvanTubeHD, the adorably fun YouTube channel that an 8-year-old boy named Evan started with his dad three years ago. In his videos, Evan demonstrates and reviews the latest toys and video games for kids. His father Jared, who runs a photography and video production company, helps bring the reviews to life.
I don't want to come off as angry and bitter. With that said, FUCK this kid. So after doing some simple addition this kid can basically retire by the time college rolls around. At that point he can just apply anyway for the alcoholism and bitches, and not worry about a thing for the rest of his life. Sure, reviewing toys will probably become creepy by the age of 12-13. Who cares? By then he will have made far more than any pre-pubescent little shit ever should.
Reviewing toys? What in the actual fuck? At the age of 8 toys are either cool or not cool. That was the extent of my toy reviewing abilities at that age. Shit, that is the extent of my toy reviewing abilities now. Yes, I'm aware that I could simply add to his millions of page views and find out how informative his reviews are, but I refuse. The second I lay eyes on this kid I'll think about his bank account and launch my laptop into oncoming traffic.
Know what makes me the most mad about this kid? He found something that he loves doing and that makes way more money than it should….by the age of fucking 8. Most people don't find that in their entire lifetime. It is equal parts refreshing and annoying to see the smile on this kid's face in the above picture. Ear to ear smile while working. When's the last time you had that? FUCK.
Eight years old and richer than all of us. That is supposed to be reserved for child actors. Then they grow old and the fact that they were taken advantage of kicks in. They do a bunch of drugs, fuck up their lives, and end up broke tweaking off meth in a New York City alley way. That's the give and take of being rich at 8.
Meanwhile, this kid's situation doesn't even have a downside. He can just stop reviewing toys when puberty hits. I hope this kid ends up broke somewhere in the future. It's only fair to the rest of us. Can't just be a millionaire before you even get an erection and live the perfect life.