Here at Wimp, we love kids. They're always doing something hilarious or cute (often both at the same time) that cracks us up. I love how kids have such distinct personalities at such an early age. Particularly when they're young, kids are like sponges - they absorb everything around them.
That can often lead to kids saying and doing things that seem profoundly grown-up, whether it's offering advice, standing up for what they believe in, or just being concerned about something with a typically adult kind of world-weariness.
YouTuber Jessica Montoya recently got a good dose of that last one. In this video that she uploaded earlier this month, the teen musician had placed her phone inside of her guitar in order to record the way the strings vibrate as she plays "Blackbird" by The Beatles. This kind of video can actually look really cool, but at some point a little boy named Jacob (presumably Jessica's brother) walks into the shot and notices that Jessica's phone is inside her guitar.
Maybe he hasn't seen too many string oscillation videos, but he does know that, generally speaking, you're supposed to keep stuff out of the hole in the guitar. Being the helpful little man that he is, he promptly digs it out for her and leaves Jessica with a gentle reminder about being more careful with her phone next time.