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Hey Jimmy Kimmel, I Ate My Kids’ Candy. Again! [Video]


hey jimmy kimmel i told my kids i ate their halloween candyJimmy Kimmel
has once again asked parents to eat their kids’ Halloween candy and video the reaction.

The idea is simple: set up the video camera and confess to your kids you ate all their candy while they were sleeping, at school, whatever.  You then toss the video on YouTube with the headline Hey Jimmy Kimmel, I Told My Kid I Ate All Their Candy Again.”  Again because last year Kimmel did the same thing and the hilarious video went viral.

Watch the video after the jump.

We introduced the Switch Witch at our house this year. We let the boys pick a few dozen treats to set aside and then they left the rest on the kitchen table as an offering for the Switch Witch to swap out for a toy.

Still, I’m always up for a chance to be a “Bad Dad,” so I pulled the “I ate your candy” stunt on my boys claiming to have ate their very minimal private stash. Then my wife and I quickly realized, we have the greatest kids ever. A seriously large bragging machine is about to be cranked up, because when we pulled the stunt, our oldest responded with “That’s okay, Daddy. I’m not so angry at you guys.”

Woah.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoIGWfjerqc[/youtube]

Here is Hey Jimmy I Ate My Kids’ Candy video from 2011, and the video of Kimmel apologizing to some of the kids from last year’s video.

**UPDATE** We got an email from the producers asking us to sign a waiver. Watch on Friday to see if the boys made the final edit!

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