The father of an 8-year-old boy revealed his son’s search history and the online community couldn’t help but laugh out loud.
The things kids do when their parents aren’t looking can be considered some of the funniest content, as ‘escape’ from something makes it more interesting.
While some kids would only have one story to tell about their free time activities, there’s one 8-year-old boy who couldn’t get away with his actions if he tried.
And when his father found out what his son was doing, he went online to expose its humor.
The 8-year-old boy’s search history made his father and sister laugh hysterically
When a father got his 8-year-old son’s iPad, he and the boy’s older sister thought about reviewing the boy’s search history.
As the searches continued, the final findings became more surprising the deeper the duo went.
At first, the boy was curious about lucid dreaming and looked it up several times. He then turns his attention to the deaths of several famous people such as XXXTentacion, Michael Jackson, Elvis and David Bowie.
For some reason, the boy then searched for “arson,” followed by the game Fortnite.
However, things started to get funnier after he started searching for Fortnite, as the game is somewhat relatable to the life of an 8-year-old.
What happened next was unusual…
As the boy’s dad and sister continued reading his search history, they read “bbq sauce on his chest.” The couple then laughed maniacally and asked where this idea came from.
After posting his son’s hilarious finds online, the socialite reacted, “I’m in stitches, this is so funny!”
Additionally, “Anyone who can’t appreciate that search history has completely forgotten what it was like to be a kid, laughing out loud.”
Some viewers also pointed out how indifferent the father was when his son tried to “arson”. One person then joked that the boy might need therapy.
Although the video of the boy’s search history has gone viral, there has been no comment from any family member about why the son might want to know more about the death, arson and… “BBQ sauce on the chest”.