You are all horrible people. In celebration of April Fools' Day, that nefarious "holiday" that kicks off one of the most lovely months of the year, 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' host Jimmy Kimmel requested that his fans prank their loved ones, record the results, and upload them to YouTube for his own enjoyment.

Women faking going into labor! Parents telling kids they need to sell their XBox! Promised trips to LEGOLAND! Just, like, a lot of water. Even more iPhone videos recorded the long way! Crying children. If this is your idea of a holiday, you'll certainly enjoy Kimmel's package of the "best" pranks. Thank goodness this event only comes once a year.