Seen the Nationwide Insurance ad about "when you're not treated like a priority" or some such?
The "low priority" customers are portrayed by children.
I think I gasped out loud, amazed that they were so very blunt.
As a parent and an educator, I've spent the majority of my adult life working with children. And yes, in US culture, children are often seen as a low priority. They're short, can't vote, and don't have their own credit cards.
Thank goodness they're loud and adorable, or they might be overlooked entirely.