This Tube missed out on a fortune.
IT pains me to the very bottom of my overdraft that, over the years, I've spectacularly missed many opportunities to make my fortune. In the 80s, I deliberately wore dresses made of reinforced Lycra so tight that they trimmed off a few inches while cutting off circulation to my extremities.
Today, the inventor of Spanx is the world's first female self-made billionaire. In the 90s, I wrote a diary-style romantic comedy and left it in a drawer - where it stayed until long after Bridget Jones's Diary made enough dosh for author Helen Fielding to retire.
Now, toddler Charlie Davies-Carr is tipped to earn millions from the YouTube video that shows him biting his brother's finger. Yet another woeful lesson learned.
When Low the Younger was going through the toddler biting stage I should have opted for the video camera instead of the naughty step.