Kids Write Jokes for Jimmy Kimmel

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  • Published: 01 May 2018
  • Take your daughters and sons to work day was last week and we had a bunch of kids here in the office. Our writers, in keeping with their never-ending quest to do as little as possible asked their kids to write jokes for them and come up with material for Jimmy to share on the show. So Jimmy invited the kids back to join him on stage while he read their jokes.

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    Kids Write Jokes for Jimmy Kimmel
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