YouTube Challenge – I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy 2016

YouTube Challenge – I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy 2016

For each of the past five years we’ve asked parents to pretend they ate all their kids’ Halloween Candy and post video of it to YouTube. We got more submissions than ever this year – and here are the best of the best. This is the 6th annual “Hey Jimmy Kimmel I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy.” #YouTubeChallenge

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YouTube Challenge – I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy 2016
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20 Responses

  1. Emma Rose says:

    I live for this

  2. Itzjustjeremy Asia says:

    Dont give me a like

  3. SpaceFlye says:

    Here before a thousand views and before it all goes viral! :D

  4. Maheen Husain says:

    The kids who don’t get angry make me tear up ?

  5. HYPEBEAST#GOAT says:

    I’m here before this vid gets millions of views

  6. sanshoryu says:

    You can really see the good kids versus the spoiled as fk kids.

  7. Pug Life says:

    The ones that forgive their parents are so darn cute I actually can’t

  8. ilovesparky13 says:

    If I ever have kids, I know what I’m doing for Halloween. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  9. Khan Singh says:

    Wow some of those kids are terrible, hitting their parents wtf

  10. Marla Soucy says:

    My kids were on this. :)

  11. Evan O says:

    This is what happens when you give your child so much privilege; you create
    a monster.

  12. Sarah Eliza Tunick says:

    U can tell how the kids where raised- u idiot and I hate u VS. I luv u mom
    anyways

  13. bobby aaassah says:

    2:47 when she started looking into the window……

  14. Gab E says:

    I WAS REALLY WORRIED THERE FOR A SECOND. THAT ONLY WHITE PEOPLE DID THIS.

  15. SpaceFlye says:

    Bunch of spoiled kids, ESPECIALLY those that take offense so much that they
    start attacking their parents. Like wtf?

  16. Kaori Munro says:

    The ones who forgave their parents are soooo cute?

  17. The Witness says:

    My alcoholic father drank all the alcohol for my halloween party

  18. thekid26 says:

    Yo, if I would have ran at my pops, hit him and called him an idiot, I
    would be 6 feet under right now.

  19. TF2GOOD4U says:

    They should do this to a kid with anger issues, if they haven’t already

  20. Fitzger00 says:

    Basically this is mostly about horrible parents showing their horrible
    children. Some good ones though.