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The 10 weirdest YouTube videos for kids I've accidentally watched with my son.

YouTube is full of children's programming, both good and bad, and as any parent knows, your child is going to become addicted to the bad stuff. Despite your best intentions, you will find yourself relying on these videos at 2 a.m. when you need a distraction to get your sick kid to take a dose of Tylenol. You'll already be weeping from a lack of sleep, but if you weren't, these 10 weird YouTube videos that I have watched will definitely make you cry: 1.
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