• That's how you raise a son 2
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    • Fuck yea!
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    • Fucking dies lol
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    • Hell yeah
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    • MERICA
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    • It's not how you take the hit, it's how you get back up.
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    • I love how he asked about 10 times if he was ok first then he was like aight that was tight we good
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    • Both cool kid cuz he didnt let fear over rule his emotions and immediately cry and cool dad for running to make sure he was okay even tho they've probably done this 100 times before
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    • That kid going places. Might even meet Paul Walker someday
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    • That kids already more alpha than most college men
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    • Took it like a friggin champ.
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    • Dude’s gonna be a based ass conservative King, you already know. Not the weak ass millennial, Marxist twinks we see today.
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    • Proper way to raise a child. Do not limit social contact or rough play, it seriously hurts the child’s personality.
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    • Definitely a badass little kid. But dad needs to get him a seatbelt
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    • The reason America has a bunch of pussy ass fucktard men is because dads don't raise them like this anymore. They raise them to be afraid of the world. Then again, why am I saying anything, my dad left me.
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    • Kid took it like a fucking champ
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    • “You good?! You good?!” “YA!” “HaHAhAh”
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    • Fuk yeah kid 🤙
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    • Some of y'all really grew up sheltered, and its hella showing. "ThE ParEnTS ShOuLd TeAcH hIm tO CoNtrOl It hE CoUld hAVe GoTtEn HuRt"
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    • What A little badass
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    • Polar opposite of a woman moment
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    • Damm that looked kinda fun
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    • Father moment
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    • A famous conedian on said “hug the stripper shoes out of you daughter and hug your son but every now and then deck him”
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    • Can somebody pls send this to Matt over at demo ranch
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    • Okay but having that kid roll over and have the cage smack his neck is how you k1ll a son. Teach him to wear a seatbelt.
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    • I thought he fuckin died for a second
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    • Kid took it real good, that's awesome. That being said tho, he got some brain damage and should still get that checked out (concussions are no joke, last thing we need is 30 year olds with early onset Alzheimer's)
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    • Whats the point of a roll cage if you aren't gonna wear something to keep you in the vehicle lmao
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    • Bitches in the comment section complaining about head trauma, Ironic since half of you smooth brains were dropped as kids anyways
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    • my bitch ass nephew would have cried until he shit himself and he’s 10
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    • He died btw
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    • I work in a Children’s hospital in Texas and at least half of the Trauma cases that come in are either kids or teens in ATV accidents. And about half survive
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    • That's why you teach them to keep their hands on the steering wheel even if they are rolling. The roll bars giveth and taketh away fingers sometimes
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    • That’s very cool and all and i was raised like that too, but you should really get a seat belt for him. He is lucky he didn’t fly out and have the cart land on top of him. Other than that great dad
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    • Needs a seatbelt but other than that, looks good
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    • He could have gotten crushed tho, at least make a seatbalt
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    • I hate jews
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    • That is why you where safety stuff he did good
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    • I flipped a go cart like that and my arm snapped in half
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    • God that's some teir fucking A+++ parenting right there boy howdy
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    • More and more people are born with mental disorders and we are literally becoming weak as humans
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    • My nephew did this on his 4wheeler. He rolled it coming from a turn and bent his fingers back and lost one of his fingers. He's still wanting to ride dirt bikes and stuff. He even jokes about his finger now. The brave dude is like 5
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    • Harness pls, it won't make it injury-proof but it should help
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    • Thats also how you injure a kid. Not saying to not do it but get the boy a smaller helmet.
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    • As much as I love my son I also love him not in the Emergency room. Put a harness on that cart.
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    • I swear my daughter is a fucking tank and she’s only 2
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    • The way I say it is, “Parents nowadays are too scared to let their kids eat dirt”
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    • This is how you should parent, kids need to get hurt sometimes.
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    • By giving them brain damage
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    • Hell yeah
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    • Raise your daughters this way too
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    • That kid is a bad ass
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    • Yesterday I was riding my grandmothers four wheeler by myself deep in the woods I got to this clearing I drop my phone out of my hand while riding I went to go grab it and I lost control I fell my hip my head I got knocked out five minutes later when I woke up I just kept riding
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    • Daddy didn’t raise no bitch
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    • with a concussion?
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    • Next I’ll show you how to beat ya woman
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    • must be nice to have a dad
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    • This exact situation happened to me as a kid but with a dirt bike, same age and everything. Raise your daughters like this too. I’m so thankful he did that for me
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    • I did that without a roll cage or supervision. I just laid there for a few minutes groaning. My back was sore the next day.
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    • I dont care but like where da seat belt
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    • Hell yea brother
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    • What a badass! Thanks for this!
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    • Needed more strap ins
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    • I love raising kids concussion style
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    • I had some serious sensory issues as a kid and craved constant contact. My parents put me in ice hockey cause I sucked at skating and the contact of me slamming into the ice over and over was enough to keep me happy
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    • This is an awful and dangerous way to raise your son, how could be so irresponsible to let him where those disgusting crocs, those aren't proper racing footwear, god.
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    • I mean I’d say give the kid a real helmet not a shitty bicycle helmet but otherwise it’s all good
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    • Hell ya
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    • Agreed
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    • Should've died
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    • Where the fuck is his seatbelt
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    • FOOK YEAH
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    • That was the absolute best “that’s how you do it” I’ve ever heard.
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    • Kid is a tough sob but he should have a seat belt
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    • how do you raise an absolute beast of a kid like this?
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    • Smart kid, don't move.
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    • Guys bein dudes
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    • What a chad dad
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    • Dad probably had a heart attack
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    • Not bad kid
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    • Needs more than just a helmet
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    • Gimme some knuckle
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    • Less worried about head injuries more worried about the potential for his arm to get pinched between the ground and the wheel (or some other objects) as he did the roll.
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    • I love this. I need to go get a go cart for me and my boys
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    • My only hope to god and worry in life is that I have a kid like this that isn’t a little crybaby, I can’t stand crying kids and I don’t know what I’d do if I hated my own kid
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    • Looks like I need to buy a pickup and dune buggy. For my son, of course.....
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    • Concussions and TBI’s are not good for kids tho. You can teach them to overcome fear without slamming their heads into the ground going 15+ mph
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    • Yeah, he could've gotten hurt. Living life means the potential for getting hurt. Would you never teach your kid to cut vegetables because they might cut a finger off? No You would teach them how to stay as safe as possible and do it right. All I see in this video is a kid and his dad making memories
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    • This is how Travis pastrana was created
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    • america
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    • Love to see this, this makes be happy. I can't wait to be a father with my beautiful wife
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    • His arm could’ve gotten crushed lucky boy
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    • Nothing like a slipped disc at the age of 6
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    • Should at least wear a shirt or something for what protection that’s worth but still fair
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    • What kind of vehicle is that
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    • That’s a childhood right there
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    • Yeah until it throws him out and he dies. Just saying from experience of a classmate dying in 7th grade from a similar accident.
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    • Niiiccceeee
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    • Thats how ya do it🤜🤛
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