Once again, we saw the full range of responses from these tiny tots, from sadness to anger to forgiveness to the worst of all ... disappointment!
It might seem cruel but it's always hilarious and once again Jimmy Kimmel's annual tradition of parents pretending to eat all of their kids' candy proved comedy gold.
We almost feel bad for laughing so hard as these parents broke the news to their kids, but the varied responses were just too funny. And we only saw a fraction of them, as Kimmel said that "Jimmy Kimmel Live" received over 1,000 YouTube entrants this year.
That's a lot of kids getting lied to. But in its eighth year, some kids are starting to pick up on this. As one noted, "Jimmy Kimmel. How many years do you think you're gonna get away with this?"
Honestly, even though we feel a little bad at the thought of making kids cry for our entertainment, we still hope this goes on for years and years and years because it's apparently never going to not be funny to watch as these kids get angry, sad or, in some rare cases, show just how grown up they can be.
"I'm not mad at all. I'll never be mad at you because you're my mom," said one sweetheart.
Our favorite were the kids who decided to take the more mature route, and rather than get upset or angry, they just told their parents they were disappointed in them.
We're not so far removed from childhood that we don't all remember this was the worst! Give us a spanking, ground us, yell at us, take away our phones and video games, but please don't tell us you're disappointed in us. Then we really have to think about what we did, rather than just be mad at you for being so unfair.
We dare you to try and watch the above video without cracking a smile, and possibly even shedding a tear at how sweet some of these kids are. But be warned, we did say some. Others are really, really, really angry.