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Jimmy Kimmel’s ‘I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy’ Is Still Hilarious

Jimmy Kimmel's 'I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy' Is Still Hilarious
"You Ruined My Whole Life!"

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.

You May Be Liable For Your Kids’ Facebook Posts

You May Be Liable For Your Kid's Facebook Posts

Parents who don’t already pay close attention to their kids’ Facebook posts may want to start. Georgia’s Court of Appeals says parents may be liable for their children’s online activity after a couple didn’t force their son to delete a defamatory Facebook profile, the Wall Street Journal reports. According to court documents, the boy and another student created the fake page depicting a female classmate back in 2011. Read More On Newser…

Little Boy Gets Stuck In Toy Machine, Has Worse Day Than You

Having a rough week? At least you’re not little Colin Lambert. The 18-month-0ld waited until his grandma turned away for just an instant to climb his way into a claw toy machine, only to find himself thoroughly stuck. When he limbed into the machine’s chute, his grandmother tried to grab him by his feet and pull him back out, but he kicked her hands away and hauled himself over the machine’s glass partition to play with the toys inside. It was all fun and games until he realized he couldn’t get out on his own. Firefighters were called in to rescue Colin, which only took them a few minutes. Instead of scolding, they rewarded him for his antics by letting him pick out a free toy from the machine. Lesson learned! [People; WBIR] [Image via Facebook/WBIR News]

Kid Goes Full-On Diva On Live TV

Kid Goes Full On Diva On Live TV
Too Fabulous For You Basics

Step aside, Beyoncé. Bitches have a new diva to bow down to.

8 News Now’s Patranya Bhoolsuwan was reporting a live news segment about the opening of a shopping mall in Nevada last week, when a videobomber’s fierce as fuck dance moves stole the show. This kid was full-on Gaga from the second the cameras were rolling, only stopping for a split second to shoot the girl next to him the stank eye. Even after the reporter ended her segment, the boy’s dance moves didn’t stop. Now, that’s what I call dedication. Check out the world’s newest diva above, and his continued “performance” below. Keep reading »

Simple And Genius: A Kid’s Guide To Picking Up Chicks

How To Pick Up Chicks

“Experts” are constantly telling us how to do things: How To Find Your Soulmate In 5 Days, How To Brew Your Own Beer, How To Write The Perfect Love Letter and so on. But I’m convinced the kids of the world should really be the ones running it, what with their impartial insights and inability to bullshit. Lucky for those of you who need some help with the ladies, some smart kid has written a no-fail guide on “How To Pick Up Chicks” (which he spelled ‘Checks,’ but this has nothing to do with banking). This, my friends, is how it’s done. [Reddit]

 

Please, Please, Please Do Not Get A Weight Loss App For Your Kids

Oh, great, there’s a new weight loss app for kids. That’s awesome. I know I would’ve loved that when I was a kid.

You know what was the best thing about my childhood? Everything that didn’t have to do with being hyper-aware of my weight and what food I was or wasn’t “supposed” to eat. Like, seriously, everything else. I loved school, I was in community theatre, I took art classes, I played dress-up with my sister, I listened to music, my family went to museums, we road tripped, I had awesome adventures with my friends. But I was very tall, kind of stocky (genetically), and overweight on top of that. Not extremely overweight, just chubby. But it was treated like a fucking crisis, both by my parents and doctors and by my peers, who called me the Pillsbury Dough Girl, poked my stomach, and then got mad at me when I didn’t accordingly feel like going “hm-hmmm!” Keep reading »

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