These kids trying to figure out what their parents do for a living will definitely get you laughing.
Interviewing kids is always a great idea because you never know what they’re going to say. Kids are smart, hysterical and have an imagination bigger than anyone else, so who better to ask questions of? When late night host Jimmy Kimmel of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” asked a few kids on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, California what their parents did for a living, the outcome was hilarious. While some of these kids knew exactly what they’re parents did, from working as a truck driver to being a nurse, others had a bit more of a difficult time figuring it out.
Up first was Annalease Garcia, an adorable 6-year-old girl, who was asked what her parents did for a living. Having her mom next to her, Annalease knew her dad was a truck driver and her mother, a nurse. Later, we meet Brice; another 6-year-old kid who doesn’t really know what his dad does, but knows his mom “does karate.” Surprisingly, he was right about the karate part when his mom tells Kimmel she and her husband own a karate center for kids. Later on in the clip though, we see most of these kids have no idea what their parents do, and it turns into one of the funniest kid interviews.
You may think your kid knows the ins and outs of your job, but you are so wrong. Kids have the best imaginations, so asking a question such as “What do your parents do for a living?” might make them come up with things that are bizarre.
At the end of the clip, we see two kids, a brother and sister fight for the microphone because that’s what siblings do, and probably give the best answer ever about what their father’s profession is.
“Poops in his underwear,” little Rocco tells Kimmel. You won’t believe it to be true, but if you continue watching, you’ll see just whom this little kid’s father is and why he was slightly correct about his father’s job.
Kids have always made for great television and Kimmel knocks it out of the ballpark with this interview. Hopefully he continues with this segment because there is nothing better than watching children talk about their parents. Do you think your own kids would know what you do for a living, or would they totally fail answering this question?
You can watch the entire Jimmy Kimmel segment below: