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Jimmy Kimmel Wants Parents to Trick Kids Into Thinking They Ate All Their Halloween Candy, Again [VIDEO]

It worked so well the first time, why not do it again.  Jimmy Kimmel asked viewers to once again pretend they ate all their kids Halloween candy and send in the video.   Kimmel introduced CJ and Hank, two kids that stole the video prank montage last year.  Both came out in their costumes, Luigi and Mario from Super Mario Brothers and encouraged viewers to trick their kids too.  Boy I wish my daughter still went trick or treating.  I’d so be in for this prank.

The original video prank has over 33 million views.

I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy Again VIDEO

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