YouTube Challenge – I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy 2015

YouTube Challenge – I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy 2015

For each of the past four years we’ve asked parents to pretend they ate all their kids’ Halloween Candy and post video of it to YouTube. We got a record number of submissions this year – and here are the best of the best. This is the 5th annual #HeyJimmyKimmelIToldMyKidsIAteAllTheirHalloweenCandy.

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YouTube Challenge – I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy 2015

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20 Responses

  1. Sachi Perez says:

    1:35 best argument for not hitting your kids. They will do as you do….

  2. CastleInferno says:

    Biggest pet peeve on Youtube: After 4-5 years, people haven’t learned to
    hold their iphone camera horizontal.

  3. Ricky Ho says:

    why is candy such a big deal to american kids.

  4. ruby says:

    A lot of these seemed so fake
    Disappointed with this years video.

  5. Ezzy says:

    Most of these seem so fake.

  6. fcalderon1900 says:

    Ten hours and only 100,000 views, it seems like its losing popularity!

  7. TheChristellar says:

    lol get used to it kids. life sucks

  8. JRockCharme says:

    “go get a job!” :)

  9. Jeremy Smith Green says:

    This was real lame compared to the other years before.

  10. Da Dayss says:

    just shake it off with some ham and gravy

  11. Jim O'Neill says:

    Love this every year, Jimmy should do a Xmas one where when the kids come
    down to unwrap their presents but Santa has left nothing under the tree for

  12. Jenny L says:

    The “OOOOO” after the sick “turkey butthole” burn!

  13. Iris t says:

    5:06 Best kid ever! such a sweet reaction. I wish all kids where raised
    like this little boy!

  14. rasman314 says:

    last year’s was better

  15. M.I. Juarez (RadicalEclipse) says:

    3:38 They’re watching Merlin though ^-^

  16. Amirul Rahim says:

    Didn’t realise people still use potatoes in 2015

  17. INFOCOOL says:

    Maybe I’m out of step. But this is just cruel and not funny at all. As a
    parent I relished the fact that the one thing my son knew was that he could
    ALWAYS trust me.

    I guess a cheap comedy bit is worth watching your kid cry and losing their
    trust. And we wonder why wonder why our culture is circling the drain.

  18. Kill Moves says:

    and go get a job! story of my life

  19. mad dusa says:

    part of me thinks this is inexcusably cruel, part of me thinks that this
    teaches kids to take a joke…

  20. Emma Fedorova says:

    Wow u mean