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Jimmy Kimmel Once Again Asked Parents To Tell Their Kids They Ate Their Halloween Candy

It’s that time of the year again, when Jimmy Kimmel earns the ire of children all over the country. With Halloween in the past, parents once again sent Kimmel video of their kids thinking their Halloween candy was all gone. It’s a tradition five years going, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down, as this year Kimmel got a record number of submissions. Over 1,000 parents thought it would be fun to send video of their children crying about their missing candy, which is a much higher number than I would’ve thought would be into this sort of thing. But then again, if kids are throwing tantrums all day, it must be fun to get them back, even if it’s just once. The suffering is real folks and it’s hilarious.

Ever the helpful guest, Mark Ruffalo also provided Kimmel with video of his children thinking their candy was eaten. His video ended a bit differently than the others, as the children managed to anger him. It is probably safe to say that you shouldn’t anger Mark Ruffalo at this point in his career. He’s proven to be testy.

(Via Jimmy Kimmel Live)

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