Wednesday, February 8, 2023


Have you ever watched the “Charlie Bit Me” video on YouTube?

For those of us who have watched the Charlie Bit Me video on YouTube, it’s hard to believe it was posted 14 years ago. Where did that time go?

The video has been viewed more than 880 million times, and has made the British family that posted it millionaires. The video recently sold for $761,000 as a non-refundable token. (If you want to know what that means, Google it. It’s too complicated to explain here.) Although it was first reported it would soon disappear from YouTube as part of that sale, the latest news is that it will stay.

The video itself is wonderful. It could not have been scripted better. For such a moment to happen is rare, but to have a video camera rolling at the same time … well, that’s about as good as good fortune gets.

So, did you watch this piece of internet history? We’re just curious. If you did not (or want to see it again), we’ll show you where to see it after you vote.



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1 year ago

What’s next, the exploding whale video?

1 year ago
Reply to  RV Staff

It is an internet ‘classic’ after all lol.

RV Staff
1 year ago
Reply to  squeakytiki

😆 I’m just glad I wasn’t anywhere in the vicinity that day! Have a great day and weekend, squeakytiki! 😀 —Diane

1 year ago

never heard of it and now that i have heard of it i do not intend to waste my time

Paul S Goldberg
1 year ago
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Jeff Craig
1 year ago

Seen the meme, but not the video and none of the memes were about Charlie…
Finally saw the video when I read about this NFT being sold. Talk about a fool and their money…

Grant Graves
1 year ago

never heard of it.

1 year ago

No, but I don’t need to. I have toddler grandsons of my own…

Ron Lane
1 year ago

I’ve never even heard of it.

1 year ago

Yeah it has been around for years now.

Connie VH
1 year ago

Pat Gray just played this video on his Blaze TV show. So now I’ve seen it twice in a week! Pat said these kids are now about 10 years older, and he showed their current photo, on the same chair, in the same pose as the babies photo here.

There’s another cute kid vid of a 4-year-old in the kitchen with his mom, calling to her “Linda! Linda! Listen to me!” I’ll have to find that one again…..

And another one of a little curly blonde girl, maybe 3 years old, on a play telephone, chatting up her imaginary friend on the other end of the line. Too cute!

Last edited 1 year ago by Connie VH
1 year ago

Some videos can really get you laughing. Love that one and the now quite ancient “Numa Numa” one. There’s also a classic one which shows a cute kid coming out of dental anesthesia.

Bob Palin
1 year ago

It’s not a “non-refundable token”, it’s an NFT – “non fungible token”

A non-fungible token (NFT) is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, that certifies a digital asset to be unique and therefore not interchangeable. NFTs can be used to represent items such as photos, videos, audio, and other types of digital files.

Connie VH
1 year ago
Reply to  Bob Palin

In other words, crypto money?

1 year ago

I had but had to watch it just now to be sure. Reading the article that accompanied it I was surprised that someone paid about $750,000 as an NFT. Maybe somebody can explain it to me but I just don’t get that.

1 year ago

I thought I was missing something, then I watched video. Well, OK, it is cute, but….

1 year ago
Reply to  Dan

Well now you are missing that time you spent watching it, never to be recovered. That will teach you. :-/

1 year ago

Yes, and we both laughed so hard. The little baby giggling is great!

1 year ago
Reply to  kat

Yup, I just can not believe I was alive before YouTube came around.

1 year ago

Never heard of it before now.

Tommy Molnar
1 year ago
Reply to  John

Me neither, John. Not only that, I don’t get what the big deal is, or why anyone would pay any money for it. Looks like I worked all my life when I could have made a goofy video of kids being kids – and got filthy rich. I guess it was one of those “Y”s I came to in my life, and I took the wrong turn. 😛

1 year ago
Reply to  Tommy Molnar

I also didn’t know you had to pay to watch it.

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