The joke that keeps on giving! Heart-broken children scream and cry with anger after their parents claim to have eaten ALL their Halloween candy for Jimmy Kimmel's hilarious annual joke
- Jimmy Kimmel Live has broadcasted its annual Halloween candy on Monday
- The presenter of the talk show, 51, revealed how it was the ninth year of the joke
- He encouraged parents to lie to their children that they ate their candy
- Most of the children responded with tears or screams when they heard the news
- One child even went so far as to rebuke his mother to eat more vegetables
- But other children didn't seem bothered by the news that their candy had disappeared
Halloween would not be the same without Jimmy Kimmel's annual joke that encourages parents to convince their children that they have eaten their Halloween candy.
The 51-year-old on Monday Jimmy Kimmel Live Host unveiled his ninth annual montage of upset children responding to their parents lying they ate each of their hard-earned Halloween candy from trick-or-treat.
The editing turned out to be worth the wait, as it showed troubled children and some children with witty jokes to their parents for stealing their candy.
Tradition: Jimmy Kimmel Live broadcasted its annual Halloween candy on Monday
Distraught: the video montage opened with three brothers and sisters together when they received the news that their parents were eating their sweets & # 39 ;. One child could not stop crying
Angry: most children responded with tears or screams when they heard the news
Sad day: there were some clips with siblings where only one would react strongly to the joke
The YouTube Challenge started with three young children who sat next to each other at their kitchen table.
In the clip, a parent hears the brothers and sisters informing that they have eaten all their Halloween candy, and immediately a daughter bursts into loud tears to the shock of the other two children.
She continues to cry loudly before the parents reveal that it was all a joke, so she only screamed louder while sitting on the camera. None of the other children squeaked during the entire clip.
The video then passes to an older child who is upset when her parents learn that she has eaten her candy.
& # 39; That's the worst Halloween I've ever had because of you, dummy, stupid pants, & # 39; the child says in tears.
In a separate clip, another little girl revealed that she would & # 39; call the police & # 39; after she was told that Halloween candy is gone.
Frustrated: one child (left) told her parent that she would call the police on her, while another (right) responded with tears
Painful: Jimmy Kimmel, 51, and his team pull this joke every year. They ask parents to lie to their children about eating the Halloween candy and then film the reactions
Sad: it is typical for children to shout at their parents or shout for eating the candy
The child was not the only one who had a witty joke for a parent at the great revelation that it no longer had any candy to eat.
Another young person was more forgiving to her mother, but told her to be careful when eating too much candy.
& # 39; Don't do it again, & # 39; said the child and added: & # 39; it makes you very sick. You have to exclaim all that. & # 39;
One son was so upset that his mother ate his Halloween candy that he threatened to eat all her food the next day, so she knew what it was like.
& # 39; That's so rude of you, & # 39; he shouted, his sister in the background upset. & # 39; You need to eat some vegetables, not sweets. Go now. Eat some vegetables. & # 39;
Mad: One child decided to throw her empty Halloween bucket out of protest
Why? Another child could not stop shouting after hearing the news that his candy was gone
Not angry: other children were not bothered by the news, and a boy (left) even told his mother that he loved her more than candy
Although most children reacted in tears or screams, some showed ambivalence that their candy had disappeared.
For one mother, her son was told it was great that she ate his Halloween candy.
& # 39; I love you more than candy, & # 39; he said to her after she revealed it was a joke.
Another child stumbled in his underwear for a moment before telling his mother that he accepted her apologies for eating all the candy.
He said: & # 39; It's okay. I love you too. & # 39;
Now that Halloween has officially ended with the release of the annual segment from Jimmy Kimmel, everyone will just have to wait until next year for another funny compilation of upset children.
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