Watch Parents Tell Their Kids They Ate All Their Halloween Candy for Jimmy Kimmel: ‘That’s Why we Don’t Love You!’

It’s that smashing time of year again when being a primogenitor pays off – a annual Jimmy Kimmel Live! Halloween prank.

For a seventh year in a quarrel there were tears, tantrums and really bold gestures from toddlers for a “Hey Jimmy Kimmel, we Told My Kids we Ate All Their Halloween Candy!” mashup.

While Kimmel is off this week, a dear and waggish shred still went forward on Thursday with guest horde Jennifer Lawrence introducing a gathering of disreputable relatives revelation their small ones they had eaten all a candy.


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The reactions ranged from meltdowns and screaming to one child perfectionist her mom “Spit it out! Spit it out of your tummy.”

Others elite non-verbal methods of explaining their outrage: one child smiled as he flipped his mom off, another crushed a phone out of their parent’s palm and a child in a ninja dress attempted out his ninja moves on his father’s crotch.

A really dissapoint small child announced that eating his candy was “why we don’t adore you”.


Jimmy Kimmel Live/Youtube


Jimmy Kimmel Live/Youtube

Not all of a children took their parents’ candy eating ways as badly, with a honeyed small child now forgiving his mom.

Kim Kardashian West, who was a guest on Thursday night’s show, pronounced she suspicion about pulling a same pretence on her children, North, 3, and Saint, 23 months, though she only could not move herself to do so.

Kimmel and actor Channing Tatum, who guest hosted a uncover progressing in a week, did not have a same qualms.

Both dads happily pranked their children and a waggish formula were shown progressing this week.

Jimmy Kimmel Live! airs weeknights (11:35 p.m.) on ABC.

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