The “Charlie Bit Me” boys 10 years later, and how much they earned

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Can you believe that more than 10 years have gone by since the YouTube video “Charlie Bit Me” debuted … and then went viral? If you did not see the video, click here. It’s charming and funny. You’ll immediately know why it attracted millions of views right out of the gate.

The little boys have grown up now, and in this video recorded ten years after the original “Charlie Bit Me” video debuted, you’ll not only see the boys, but see them reenact some of their original lines. Plus, learn from their father what happened to the British family after the video took off. It may motivate you to get out your video camera and point it at your kids or grandkids and hope they do something funny.

And, get ready to learn the answer to the question that so many people have asked through the years: How much did the family earn from this video, which was simply planned as a message to be emailed to the boys’ godparents in the USA?

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cee
4 months ago

The Charlie and his brother video was funny when they were little. The reenactment when older is not funny, not entertaining and kinda lame. What was that family thinking in doing another video?

Bob
4 months ago

I enjoy many articles of your online magazine, but the constant banter of poorly built RV’s is no fun, and surely you must realize you’re “singing to the choir “. My father was an RV dealer from around 1965 until 2002, so I got to tour many factories where they built wooden walls on cut away van chassis, covering them in corrugated tin. Now that was a piece of work! We loved them though, and a new Class C would set you back $15995.00. There were no Class A units yet, just buses. My fathers crew had to completely go over each unit as it arrived, as they came from the factory half built. There are NONE of those RVs left, they fell apart long before they had time to rot.
These units today are far superior and of course more expensive, but I think the real problem is with the lack of dealer service. Today we visit $50 million buildings, with hundreds of thousands in payroll per month, tens of thousands to light the place each month. So, if you miss the great service of yesterday, look around at what you are really buying.

Corrina Lee
4 months ago

Where’s the rest of the story?

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
4 months ago
Reply to  Corrina Lee

It’s the video at the bottom of the article, Corrina. 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Charlie
4 months ago

What was the point to this story?

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
4 months ago
Reply to  Charlie

Entertainment, maybe? Sheesh, Charlie. Are you offended because your name is in the title, or what? 😉 —Diane at RVtravel.com