By Jon Corrigan

By: Jon Corrigan

Every sugar high has its low.

For the sixth consecutive year, Jimmy Kimmel invited parents to temporarily ruin their children’s Halloween by pretending to have eaten all of their hard-earned candy.

Filled with tantrums, tears, and some name-calling, child misfortune has never been so amusing.

However, this short-lived trauma is for a good cause. Kimmel encourages parents to send any of their kids’ uneaten candy to U.S. military members stationed overseas through Operation Gratitude.


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