I want to add something to my 'bad parenting' remark: nobody is perfect en all parents do things differently. I am sure I have done things parenting-wise others thought of as bad parenting. The difference is that MY bad parenting is only witnessed by people in real life if they happen to see it for themselves OR if they have to deal with the result of my bad parenting
. It is contained and not up much for wagon loads of scrutiny. I feel it is a whole different ball-game if you start sharing your parenting 'methods' online, and on a fickle platform like social media no less, as opposed to in a book for example or an article.
Am I making any sense?
...and the thing is: if I were to express my more negative opinion on his feed his fans will fall all over themselves to call me a sour puss and 'can't you see it is just a bit of fun?'. Meanwhile, all I see is a little girl in the back of a car with a mouthful of food she does not want to swallow being filmed. And there is no background story given: did she ask for the food and THEN decided she did not like it? Does he know she does not like this particular food but forces her anyway?
And we are told this is 'funny' and 'humor'.