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Jimmy Kimmel Pranks Kids on Christmas - Again! (VIDEO)

Jimmy Kimmel Pranks Kids on Christmas - Again! (VIDEO)

Following the popularity of his last controversial Christmas prank, which received over 15 million YouTube views, Jimmy Kimmel has yet again asked parents to give their kids terrible presents and film their over-the top reactions. 

 

What do you think, is this prank naughty or nice?


Image Source: Via Jimmy Kimmel

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CassieBrown94771 CassieBrown94771 4 years
children should not expect lots of presents for christmas but that is just mean. What if ur husband did that to you? How would you feel? And ssaying its from santa when they believe santa got there letter and knows what they wish for christmas is awful. If you expect kids to understand that its about giving not just receiving you should teach them that all year, not just christam.
KateMichaels24720 KateMichaels24720 4 years
Horrid. Parents having fun at someone YOUNGER'S expense, where the children naturally have less control in the relationship because they are dependant is horrid. Pick on someone your own size, age and control level. It's just a mild form of abuse.
SamanthaUeno SamanthaUeno 4 years
This is funny stuff! What sickens me are children raised to expect the entire toy section of Walmart under their tree on Christmas morning! How about teaching children to appreciate what they have instead of showering them with material things they play with once, twice before losing interest and focusing on the next toy in the TV commercial?
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