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8-year-old boy’s disturbing search history exposed by dad and it has people in hysterics

Poppy Bilderbeck

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8-year-old boy’s disturbing search history exposed by dad and it has people in hysterics

Featured Image Credit: CONTENTbible/ Instagram/ @ashleighjwil

A dad has revealed his eight-year-old son's search history and it's leaving social media users in stitches.

Kids these days, they all have iPhones and iPads and clearly don't know you should always hide your devices, clear your search history before your parent comes prowling to take a look or figure out how to use 'Fake My History'.

And one dad certainly had a shock when he stumbled across what this son had been looking up on Google. Prepare to snort with laughter but also slight alarm:

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The dad narrates what he can see as he checks out eight-year-old Finley's iPad history with the help of Finley's older sister.

The scroll doesn't start out too bad, the dad finding searches on Google for 'lucid dreams' and song lyrics.

However, it soon takes a turn, the eight-year-old having searched up 'credit cards free', 'how did XXXTentacion die', 'how did michael jackson die' and 'how did elvis die'.

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8-year-old's search history exposed. Credit: Instagram/ @ashleighjwil
8-year-old's search history exposed. Credit: Instagram/ @ashleighjwil

Oh, and who couldn't see the 'bbq sauce on t**ties' too, just to add to the 'how did hailie masson die' and all the other deceased celeb inquests the eight-year-old decided to dig into.

The stumble upon 'BBQ sauce on t**ties' really sets off the dad and sister, who burst into fits of laughter and many social media users are also having a similar reaction.

One Instagram user said: "Looool that is every eight year old."

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"Chandlers search history!" A second wrote.

And another commented: "Makes me lol everytime I see this."

The post received a divided response. Credit: Instagram
The post received a divided response. Credit: Instagram

However, others were slightly more concerned with the eight-year-old boy's search history, taking to the post to speak out in concern and question the dad and sister's reaction.

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Particularly after noticing a small - but noteworthy - search the dad and sister missed out from their narration - 'Arson'.

A user commented: "Hilarious but they just scrolled past 'Arson' like that’s normal for an 8 year old haha."

"Death, death, death, arson, death.... Anyone else concerned?" Another added.

A third commented: "Yeah bet that lad is chuffed to have a dad that shares that with the world. Maybe dad should show his history for all to see."

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Well, that escalated quickly.

Topics: News, Parenting, UK News, World News, Instagram, Social Media, Viral

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