A long, long time ago (OK, almost eight years), millions of people bombarded their family and friends' email inboxes and Facebook feeds with a YouTube video that was sweet, innocent, and a little bizarre: A 55-second clip of a toddler biting his older brother's finger. Multiple times. With glee.
This video, titled, simply, "Charlie Bit My Finger - Again!" has been viewed more than 816 million times since it was posted on May 22, 2007, because, Internet. The clip was even mentioned on an episode of 30 Rock in 2012 and also spoofed on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.
The toddler, Charlie Davies-Carr, is now 9 years old, while his brother and YouTube co-star, Harry Davies-Carr, is 11. BBC's children's channel CBBC recently visited the British family.
"It makes me laugh," Harry told the outlet, when asked how he felt about so many people watching it.
"Is it a bit embarrassing as well?" the reporter asked.
"No," Charlie replied. "I think it's a bit odd that loads of people have watched it."