Kids really love their Halloween candy is the lesson we can all take from this.
Jimmy Kimmel, late show host, comedian and prankster extraordinaire is at it again. If for you, like for us, Kimmel’s annual Halloween prank is the highlight of the holiday, well you might just be a terrible person. But also, he did it again in 2013 and it’s more hilarious than ever. Meaning, there are more creative temper tantrums than ever. Who would imagine that there were so many ways for a child to protest their stolen candy.
Jimmy Kimmel, the bane of any trick-or-treater's existance.
In case you’re not familiar with the whole affair, it’s all pretty simple. In 2011, Kimmel asked parents to tell their kids that they ate all their Halloween candy, record the little darlings’ (sort of) reaction and upload it to youtube with the title “Hey Jimmy Kimmel, I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy.” The result was so undeniably hilarious, that the show turned it into an annual affair. In the days after October 31, parents were challenged to upload their home videos and Kimmel’s team selected the most entertaining ones to make this year’s video, which you can watch below:
Since screaming children and toddlers throwing tantrums are basically the essence of Halloween, we assume there are plenty of exhausted parents out there, who can relate to the poor souls in the video. For the rest of us though, it’s just really, really funny. And you’d be surprised how nice and tame some of the kids are this year. Well, some of them, anyway.
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