You know the Halloween candy challenge that Jimmy Kimmel invites parents to participate in every year? If you don't, here's a quick description. Basically, Jimmy Kimmel, the host of Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, asks parents to prank their kids on the day after Halloween every year by telling them that they ate all of their Halloween candy.

If you haven't seen any of the videos from the challenges over the past few years, do yourself a favor and look them up on Youtube, because they are just too dang funny. Some kids get upset, some are super understanding, some completely fly off the handle. Nevertheless, their reactions are enough to make you laugh until you cry.

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The internet is currently having the same reaction to a kid that thought he discovered the Thanksgiving turkey's gender when his mom made him it out. The young boy's name is Nathan, and his reaction to discovering the turkey's neck inside the body is absolutely priceless. Take a look:

If you're not completely losing it after Nathan gags and says "I think it's a boy," then clearly, you don't appreciate good humor.

Nathan's reaction was so funny that it's lead me to ask a follow-up question: should we make this a new Thanksgiving Turkey Gender Reveal Challenge? Parents can stick with Jimmy Kimmel's Halloween candy challenge for October, but this HAS to be the next stunt parents pull. It's just too funny not to try.

Nathan may be scarred for life, but at least it's good comedy.

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Time to get the Halloween candy OUT of the house? Here is where you can donate it:

Want to get all that unwanted Halloween candy out of the house? Don't just throw it away. Donate it to one of these local South Jersey spots and have it be put to good use!

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Here are the topics to AVOID at Thanksgiving Dinner this year if you don't want to start a fight:

Take it from us - don't even think about saying these things at your New Jersey Thanksgiving dinner.