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(Big Frog 104)   Jimmy Kimmel isn't very nice, but he's very funny as he asks parents to tell their kids they ate all their Halloween candy, again   (bigfrog104.com ) divider line
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2013-11-05 11:54:21 AM  
If I was calling the shots, some of those kids wouldn't see even a tiny scrap of candy for a year or two based on those reactions. Threaten to hit your mom? Throw a kicking tantrum in the car? No.

However, the little girl who, through her tears, said "yes please" when asked if she wanted to finish her cereal would get a really nice trip to the candy store as a surprise present.
 
2013-11-05 12:02:43 PM  
Playing mean tricks on your kids is funny.  Ok, then.
 
2013-11-05 12:27:32 PM  
I wanna KITBASH the vertical video shooters.
 
2013-11-05 12:32:46 PM  

Pocket Ninja: If I was calling the shots, some of those kids wouldn't see even a tiny scrap of candy for a year or two based on those reactions. Threaten to hit your mom? Throw a kicking tantrum in the car? No.

However, the little girl who, through her tears, said "yes please" when asked if she wanted to finish her cereal would get a really nice trip to the candy store as a surprise present.


Yeah, fark people who get mad when you steal from them.
 
2013-11-05 12:46:42 PM  
Baby Linda Hamilton cracked me up at the end.
 
2013-11-05 12:55:04 PM  
This just in, parents can be mean and kids today are spoiled rotten.
 
2013-11-05 01:04:26 PM  

Pocket Ninja: If I was calling the shots, some of those kids wouldn't see even a tiny scrap of candy for a year or two based on those reactions. Threaten to hit your mom? Throw a kicking tantrum in the car? No.

However, the little girl who, through her tears, said "yes please" when asked if she wanted to finish her cereal would get a really nice trip to the candy store as a surprise present.


What's the appropriate reaction to discovering the most trusted person in your life has been stealing from you?
 
2013-11-05 01:07:33 PM  

usernameguy: Pocket Ninja: If I was calling the shots, some of those kids wouldn't see even a tiny scrap of candy for a year or two based on those reactions. Threaten to hit your mom? Throw a kicking tantrum in the car? No.

However, the little girl who, through her tears, said "yes please" when asked if she wanted to finish her cereal would get a really nice trip to the candy store as a surprise present.

What's the appropriate reaction to discovering the most trusted person in your life has been stealing from you?


I believe it is saying "that biatch!"
 
2013-11-05 01:13:16 PM  

usernameguy: What's the appropriate reaction to discovering the most trusted person in your life has been stealing from you?


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2013-11-05 01:29:02 PM  

usernameguy: Pocket Ninja: If I was calling the shots, some of those kids wouldn't see even a tiny scrap of candy for a year or two based on those reactions. Threaten to hit your mom? Throw a kicking tantrum in the car? No.

However, the little girl who, through her tears, said "yes please" when asked if she wanted to finish her cereal would get a really nice trip to the candy store as a surprise present.

What's the appropriate reaction to discovering the most trusted person in your life has been stealing from you?


m0.ttxm.co.uk
 
2013-11-05 01:33:56 PM  
The kid at the end saying "that biatch" had me in tears.
Kids cursing gets me everytime.
 
2013-11-05 03:41:34 PM  
The kids throwing things at their parents and getting all violent with their tantrums makes me hate thier parents.

Teasing your kids is fun though.

/oh and the kid using the word biatch should enjoy her predestined life of being trailerpark trash
//these videos are the best and worst of parenting
 
2013-11-05 03:42:23 PM  

Pocket Ninja: However, the little girl who, through her tears, said "yes please" when asked if she wanted to finish her cereal would get a really nice trip to the candy store as a surprise present.


Well, some other nice treat. I think she has had enough candy.
 
2013-11-05 05:53:45 PM  
Looking at the links to prior years, the 2012 one has an adorable ending.  I want to hug that little girl until she pops!
 
2013-11-05 06:06:53 PM  
Playing tricks on your kids can be funny, but in my experience Jimmy Kimmel cannot be funny. He tries. I'm not saying he doesn't try.
 
2013-11-05 07:01:43 PM  

RandomAxe: Playing tricks on your kids can be funny, but in my experience Jimmy Kimmel cannot be funny. He tries. I'm not saying he doesn't try.


I disagree. He has a show. Still. How is that not funny?
 
2013-11-05 07:05:08 PM  
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2013-11-05 08:14:48 PM  

Pocket Ninja: If I was calling the shots, some of those kids wouldn't see even a tiny scrap of candy for a year or two based on those reactions. Threaten to hit your mom? Throw a kicking tantrum in the car? No.

However, the little girl who, through her tears, said "yes please" when asked if she wanted to finish her cereal would get a really nice trip to the candy store as a surprise present.


There would be some crying after I busted their asses.  I HATE whiny little brats.
 
2013-11-05 08:17:08 PM  
I sorted through my kid's candy before he got to see all of it (he's almost 3) so I got to get first pick. I'll be sad when he's older and will be on to me.

/we both just ate and Aero mini

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2013-11-05 08:17:46 PM  

katerbug72: I sorted through my kid's candy before he got to see all of it (he's almost 3) so I got to get first pick. I'll be sad when he's older and will be on to me.

/we both just ate and Aero mini

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/ftfm
 
2013-11-05 10:03:43 PM  
Was that Zangief at 2:00?
 
2013-11-06 09:14:44 AM  

untaken_name: RandomAxe: Playing tricks on your kids can be funny, but in my experience Jimmy Kimmel cannot be funny. He tries. I'm not saying he doesn't try.

I disagree. He has a show. Still. How is that not funny?


Kimmel as a joke teller and such is NOT funny.

Kimmel as a writer and bit maker is damn funny. The Man Show was funny, alot of bits on Kimmel are funny (again when he isn't on the screen).

I enjoy his bits far more then his monolague, that's for sure.
 
2013-11-06 11:42:23 AM  

Jim from Saint Paul: untaken_name: RandomAxe: Playing tricks on your kids can be funny, but in my experience Jimmy Kimmel cannot be funny. He tries. I'm not saying he doesn't try.

I disagree. He has a show. Still. How is that not funny?

Kimmel as a joke teller and such is NOT funny.

Kimmel as a writer and bit maker is damn funny. The Man Show was funny, alot of bits on Kimmel are funny (again when he isn't on the screen).

I enjoy his bits far more then his monolague, that's for sure.


I second this with a THIS.
 
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