These kids are all brats...except for the one in the Hulk shirt, he was cute cause he didn't really freak out and throw a fit like the rest...
and the last couple one's who were like "oh well..." they were obviously raised right.
Aww, those last three made me cry. Absolutely adorable!Their parents should be really proud.
Oh, come ON, people. Just because a kid throws a hissy fit doesn't mean they were raised poorly. Tell me about a kid that has never thrown a fit, and I'll show you a parent who is lying to you about it. Especially considering that at that age, losing your Halloween candy is a catastrophic event. As for those last three, kids come in all temperaments, each as fickle as the next. Any one of those kids could have had the same forgiving reaction as the last three if you caught them at the right time.Ask your parents about the most memorable tantrum *you* threw when you were small, and get off your high horse.
Same with me.... Jimmy Kimmel should bring those last three kids to the show live and give them with lots more candy....
The last little girl was just utterly, melt-your-heart, adorable.
You have to remember they weren't so upset because the parents ate some of their sweets, it's more because they actually went out and worked hard for that candy, and THEN it got taken away from them.
Jimmy Kimmel is a very, very sick man who reflects a part of American culture that is truly disturbing ... glee at inflicting emotional pain on others thoughtless of future ramifications.
Right. Because taking candy (or something else) away from your kids is something you never ever did to your kids. Ever.Self righteous much?
There's a difference between taking candy from a kid because they'll eat too much and be sick/hyperactive, and going out with them while they dress up and collect it...and then telling them you took it all and ate it. What sort of example is that?And as a -joke-? Sorry, I'm not one of the self-righteous brigade. I believe in discipline for kids, etcetera. But I don't believe in being a dick to kids that look to you for their role model, the person they can trust. For what, three minutes of fame?
I'm sorry but isn't your first half sentence usually the direct result of the rest of it? I understand what your point might be but again I have to underline the basic principle of parenting: taking things away (instead of "corporal punishment"). You can't tell me that it isn't common in today's day and age where we don't hit our kids anymore that the most "cruel" thing to do is take something away from your kid and _pretend_ that they won't get it back, because telling them that they will get it back later would have to less of an impact.What happens here is common. And the irony is that "A Grandfather" most likely instead of punishing his kids by taking things away simply gave them a swift beating as punishment.
Sounds like you're voting for Romney, then.