When we watch a lady falling from the backseat of a vehicle, it's funny (unless of course, she is hurt badly). When we catch youngsters making viral videos over stupid relationship facts, it's funny. Even when we hear kids in videos depicting elder's tantrums, it's funny. But if I tell you that there's a kid whose mother is slapping her because she is not able to identify a number in her notebook, would you still find it funny? I don't think so.
But let me tell you, there is actually a video carrying this content that is trending on the internet. And what's weird is people are somehow finding it funny.
Social media is all about giving people a platform for their voice, connecting them to others, but we need to decide which voices deserve a mic. Check this video out and let us know about your views as well.
Kids are the new 'viral element' on social media. Kids doing adorable things, some doing stupid stuff, it's a fun factor for viewers. But the video I am talking about is taking things to the next level.
Many of us may have the funny memory from our childhood when we didn't study and were scolded for it. But there is something about this video that people are finding a bit more disturbing rather than funny.
To all those who haven't watched this video yet, please do. Keep scrolling for watching it.
This Video is rolling on social media as a childhood flashback. What do you think about this video? Well, I can't say what you think, but most people are not liking it.
Most of the viewers of this video are not in the favor of the treatment given to the kid in it. They believe calling it funny isn't a positive way to judge the video. Do you agree?
People believe that such kind of treatment with the kids can result in bad mental situations pushing them towards negativity.
There shouldn't be a fear of learning in kids. Many viewers have even asked others to stop circulating such videos on social media.
She was crying, but there was a bit anger in her eyes too. Is this a physical pressure or a mental pressure?
People are not just finding this video disturbing, but they are accusing the parents as well.
Kids these days are under so much pressure. But is this way the parents are treating their kids correct?
There are many people who have given the feedback that such acts can cause mental trauma in the kids.
Is scolding children like this justifiable? And is making such viral videos under the tag of 'Fun Element', the future of Indian social media?
What are your thoughts? Please do let us know in the comment section.
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