This Is What Happens When Parents Pretend to Eat Their Kids' Halloween Candy
Every year, Jimmy Kimmel challenges his viewers to pretend they ate all of their kids' Halloween candy and then capture their responses on camera. The stunt has become one of his most anticipated segments from year to year, and this Halloween was no different: The fifth annual video has arrived.
"Every year I think, kids are going to know, they watch these videos, maybe they'll be too old to fall for it," said Kimmel. But he's never had any shortage of responses.
Inevitably, the public response to Kimmel's candy prank videos always falls into two camps: Those who think it's cruel to intentionally upset kids, and those who think that the videos are all in good fun.
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