Monday, August 31, 2015

VIDEO: Jimmy Kimmel Halloween prank leaves America's children in tears

Every year, Halloween comes around and brings with it a bevy of holiday traditions. People pick apples and carve pumpkins and prepare costumes and listen to "Werewolf Bar Mitzvah" on repeat. But, the greatest Halloween tradition of all comes a few days after Halloween when Jimmy Kimmel gets parents all over the country to make their kids throw tantrums by telling them that all of the Halloween candy is gone.

VIDEO: Jimmy Kimmel Halloween prank leaves America's children in tears

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Every year, Halloween comes around and brings with it a bevy of holiday traditions. People pick apples and carve pumpkins and prepare costumes and listen to "Werewolf Bar Mitzvah" on repeat. But, the greatest Halloween tradition of all comes a few days after Halloween when Jimmy Kimmel gets parents all over the country to make their kids throw tantrums by telling them that all of the Halloween candy is gone.

For the third straight year, Kimmel put out the Bat signal to parents, asking that they tell their kids that they accidentally ate all of the Halloween candy and, as usual, the results range from hilarious to terrifying.

Keep fighting the good fight, Jimmy Kimmel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RK-oQfFToVg

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