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Having a full-time social media presence can take its toll on a person's family.
And it seems that Limmy's son has had enough of him spending hours and hours gaming on his Twitch channel. And he's told him so.
In a recent stream, the comedian's kid, Daniel, can be heard shouting at him to stop streaming and go outside to 'get some fresh air'.
Repeating what his little lad is saying, Limmy says: "You need to stop streaming, you've been on for almost half a day.
"I need stop streaming, I've been on this for half a day?"
As the video goes on and his dad continues to play the game, Daniel gets increasingly frustrated, calling his dad 'lazy' and telling him to get outside.
Repeating his son's angry cries, Limmy says: "You're lazy - playing games all day."
But the Scotsman is not having any of it, and reminds his son that he's working hard and that gaming is actually his job.
"Lazy?" he says laughing. "Playing games is my job now and I'm doing it right now."
Daniel then tries a different tactic, this time pulling at his dad's heartstrings, telling him he wants to spend some time with him. Aww.
Limmy, however, isn't so sure that that would be a good be a good idea, sniping back: "You don't wanna spend time with me! You saying you wanna spend time with me but you don't wanna spend time with me."
Eventually he gives in and cuts short his stream - but not before he has one last dig at his little boy.
Signing off, the writer says: "There we go, a wee family, a wee family, get that clipped, that's a lovely, heartwarming family episode, there. Get that clipped.
"I'm not even shouting 'get that clipped' I'm just saying 'get that clipped' - wonderful."
Adding: "Lazy, he called me, lazy, lazy. He can call me lazy all he wants. When he's older and maybe when he's a pro streamer, he's not gonna have a dad calling him lazy because his dad will get it, his dad gets it."
Now, while most of us may be baffled as to why people would pay to watch other people play games, a band of streamers recently used their platform for a good cause.