For the past three years, Jimmy Kimmel has challenged parents to pretend they ate all their kids' Halloween candy, shoot video of it and upload that video to YouTube. (Can't get enough? Check out the 2012 and 2013 edition.)
This year, Kimmel received more videos than ever before. After sifting through over a thousand, the Kimmel team whittled it down to the ones you see in the clip above.
While the majority of kid predictably pitched a total fit and writhed on the floor, our favorites were the tots who didn't lose it. One little guy even seemed relatively concerned for his parents, noting that they "must have a belly ache" after chowing down. Another sweet girl reminded her mom and dad that it was OK ... they could definitely get more.
So, if you think really badly-behaved and slightly terrifying children being goaded into meltdowns are hilarious, this is the video for you!
If your kids acted like this, would you want the world to see? Share your thoughts in the comments.
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