WATCH: The annual Jimmy Kimmel "I ate all your Halloween candy" prank on kids is here!
Every year Jimmy Kimmel encourages his viewers to prank their children on Halloween by pretending they had eaten all the sweets they had gathered on Halloween.
However this year Kimmel's team decided they weren't going to ask for videos as this year has been tough enough for kids.
Despite the request, hundreds of parents still sent in their own videos of them deceiving their children. Instead of letting them go to waste Jimmy Kimmel producers put together a compilation of the best of the bunch for their viewers.
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