Oh those gullible children! Last year, when Jimmy Kimmel challenged parents to trick their kids into believing that they ate all of the lil ones' treats, it was no surprise that the tots' reactions weren't subtle. The video of the kids' reactions went viral, and parents everywhere had a blast watching at the lil ones' expense. The gag was so successful that the late-night talk-show host decided to try it again. This year's results are just as fun — and even more endearing when you get to the kids at the end of the clip — as before. Take a look and have a good laugh — chances are your tots would fall for the trick, too!
Is there anything worse than a lump of coal in your stocking? If you're one of the kids whose parents took part in Jimmy Kimmel's latest challenge, the answer might be yes! On the heels of the late night host's hilarious dare to trick tykes into believing their parents ate all of their Halloween candy, he's back with what may be the meanest bluff of all. Check out how these tots reacted when their parents gave them early — but terrible — Christmas presents. It looks like the Grinch may be alive and well!
Trick-or-treating is hard work — just ask the kids who spent hours running between houses in their neighborhoods on Monday night. But the reward — pound upon pound of candy — makes it all worth while. So when Jimmy Kimmel challenged parents to trick their kids into believing that they ate all of the lil ones' treats, it was no surprise that the tots' reactions weren't subtle. Take a look at how kids took the news — who says parenting isn't full of fun and games?
Every mom has a list of phrases that she swore she would never say to her kids after hearing them throughout her own childhood. "Don't roll those eyes at me" and "I can't wait until you have children of your own" being two of my favorites. But there comes a time when a mama is at her wits' end and finds herself spouting those words. Anita Renfroe hilariously put the phrases to music with her "William Tell Overture" version of mom's favorite lines. Which of your mother's sayings do you find yourself blurting out now?
W.C. Fields once said, “Never work with children or animals" if you don't want to be upstaged. Comedians and advertising copywriters seem to have a difference of opinion. From the E-Trade commercials with talking babies (that 84 percent of LilSugar readers love) to the Beyonce Mom baby-wearing spoof, there are plenty of babies starring in videos created for adults. The latest entry is Funny or Die's new parody of the blockbuster film Avatar.
Do you like the parody videos or are they getting old?
Warning: the above video may cause cute overload. Be prepared to smile from ear to ear and suffer the resulting cheek pains. The talented lil lad with the ukulele "covers" Jason Mraz's hit pop song "I'm Yours" and will have mommies wishing he was in fact, theirs. The acoustic strums are impressive to say the least, even if the words never seem to make it out of his wee mouth. John Mayer, Jack Johnson and Jason Mraz better keep a look out 'cause this kid is going to crush the competition. I have a feeling we'll be seeing more of this tiny crooner.
One of my favorite things about being a mother is seeing the world through my children's eyes as they grow, begin to speak, and question the things everyone over the age of 10 takes for granted. The "But whys?" "What's that?" "Who's dat?" can wear at a mama when she's just trying to get through the supermarket, but it's an important and oh-so-sweet part of their development. This video of a lil guy seeing a lobster for the first time is sure to pull at your heartstrings. "Can I touch him? Wah! Wow. Wah-o! I don't like to touch him! He's got claws!" Watch for an instant pick-me-up.
For better or worse, Jon Gosselin cannot go a day without being mentioned in the headlines. Lately, it's been all bad news for the father of eight — he's being sued, he's suing, he's breaking up, he's spending Christmas with Kate and the kids, etc. While his popularity plummets and his notoriety skyrockets, the reality show star is taking a different approach to garner new fans. In the name of self-deprecation, the good dad gone bad takes steps to turn back time. Love him or hate him, it's a pretty entertaining two-minute spoof on his real life, but I'm not sure it will earn him any brownie points. What's your take on it?
Patience is surely this pup's virtue — look how unfazed Chi Chi is by baby feet all up in his face. I don't think the pooch is really being "abused," but I'm stunned by his sloppy-kiss response to the toesies on his head. If nothing else, here's another example of why parents shouldn't let babies and puppies play unsupervised, since many dogs would not be so . . . receptive to this interference. Do you find the video simply silly or so shocking?