Aside from trick-or-treating, dressing up in costume and carving pumpkins, Jimmy Kimmel has created my favorite, newest Halloween tradition that I truly hope will last forever. The late night host has instructed his fans, yet again, to mess with their kids by telling them the morning after Halloween that they’ve eaten all of their Halloween candy. Every year, the kids’ reactions get better and better, with more whining, crying and yelling (and this year, one angry girl flips tables like it’s “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” finale.) Check out the video above, and be glad you weren’t the victim of such a cruel, heartless Halloween prank.
We all know Snickers people and Skittles people, and we also know not to introduce those people at parties. Some great tastes just don’t taste great together. Here is our 100% accurate and scientific assessment of what your favorite Halloween candy says about you. Read more on The Gloss…
So much Halloween candy, so little time. We’ve created a handy little guide to the best and worst (WAX LIPS, UGH) candy out there (and the likelihood that you’ll get it while trick-or-treating). Agree? Disagree? Tell us in the comments!
I’m a big fan of “Dexter” and love anything that references the show, creepy serial killers or vengeful murders. Yes, I’m kind of weird. So when I stumbled on this recipe to make candy blood slides similar to the ones Dexter uses to catalog his victims, well, I was thrilled to death. Get it? [Forkable]