Is the 'Cheesed Challenge' Bad for Your Kids?

Parents Are Chucking Cheese At Their Kids As A Joke – But Is It Funny?

The internet is abound with amusing videos, and recently Twitter exploded with a new viral video trend: tossing a slice of processed cheese onto your baby's face.

The trend started to take off a week ago, but it is unclear who posted the first video which inspired the challenge.

The latest viral challenge circulating on social media will either disgust you or make you laugh. Attack of the cheese Episode 2.

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Parents all around the world are throwing a slice of cheese on their baby's face and honestly, it's hilariously adorable.

The video, which garnered more than 40 million views, 140,000 shares and nearly 10,000 comments, went viral in just a few days but is no longer available on Facebook, which means the dad may have deleted it or changed the privacy settings of the post. But the challenge is also leaving some kids startled and less than thrilled.

Of course, given the fact that babies are tiny little helpless blobs of vulnerability, and throwing cheese at them could upset or confuse them, parents are pretty split on whether the prank is fun or mildly cruel. Some little ones think it's amusing, while others take the opportunity to eat the cheese.

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