Entertainment Jimmy Kimmel Shares Hilarious Father's Day Card from 6-Year-Old Daughter Jane: 'Future at Hallmark'
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It looks like's daughter has inherited his knack for comedy.
The Jimmy Kimmel Live! host, 53, shared a photo to Instagram Sunday of his 6-year-old daughter Jane's artistic creation that she gifted him for Father's Day.
"Happy... Farters-Day" Jane wrote on the outside of the card. She illustrated her point with a drawing of a person's buttocks and an angry green cloud.
"My 6 yr old daughter Jane might have a future at Hallmark," Kimmel joked in the caption of his post.
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The late-night talk show host shares Jane and son Billy, 4, with his wife Molly McNeary. He's also a father to Katie, 29, and Kevin, 27, from his first marriage.
The photo gave several of Kimmel's fans a laugh.
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"At the very least Spencers gifts," one fan remarked in the comments, while another asked, "???????????????? What was she meaning that to be??"
"Is that what I think ????, hope not," another commented.
Meanwhile, actress Ali Wentworth declared, "I'd buy them."
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It's not the first time Jane has come up with a creative holiday card that showcased her potty humor. For Valentine's Day last year, she gave older sister Katie a card that featured a pile of smiling poop.
"Happy PooP day ???? from the new crowned champion of Valentine's Day cards," Katie wrote in an Instagram post.
Jane showed off her personality again when she was a guest star during his show in March.
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In a clip from the show,tried to get Jane to try more vegetables - but it didn't go quite as planned.
"If you try something new, just try it, that you open up your taste buds and then you'll like a whole bunch of new things," the former First Lady tried to convince the 6-year-old.
Jane stood firm, replying when presented with a plate of carrots, "No way. I can't."
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