Jimmy Kimmel is at it again. This time Kimmel sent parents on a mission to prank their kids with 'terrible Christmas presents.' The hilarious compilation that resulted aired on the "Kimmel Live" show and were posted on YouTube taking a viral surge upward.
In the spirit of the holiday season, talk-show host Jimmy Kimmel gave parents an assignment to fool their kids for his viewers enjoyment. He encouraged them to give their children an early present and videotape their reaction. And they weren't your average lousy presents, like socks and underwear, these Christmas gifts consisted of half-eaten sandwiches, old batteries, onions and even a hotdog.
The results, which most considered hilarious, were posted on YouTube where Kimmel picked the best, or worst, depending on your viewpoint, and unveiled them on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
The kid's reactions ranged from mild disappointment, to tears, to full-blown tantrums, including one that ended with a boy suggesting "Jimmy Kimmel could suck his balls."
This is the second time in just a few months that children have been on the Kimmel radar. Last month the comedian asked viewers to videotape their kids reaction to being told the parents had eaten all their Halloween candy. The humorous and tear-filled video that resulted can be seen below, and has attracted nearly 25 million views on YouTube.