This boy tweeted his Christmas morning disappointment with the hashtag, “#WorstChristmasEver.” All he got was a watch and a computer, the best presents ever for any other kid. But not this guy.
On Christmas day in 2014, he asked, rhetorically, “Why do my parents hate me?!” He followed it up by explaining that they got him the worst present ever. A Fossil watch and a Mac… even though they knew he wanted a BMW. Ergo, it takes a luxury car for his parents to show their love to him, right? How dare they.
Insensitive or Just Plain Stupid?
This post was responding to the question, “What was the most f’d up or embarrassing Christmas gift you ever received”. This boy's mother was either unaware of her son's condition, or she wasn't in the mood for Christmas shopping.
It’s not as common in older people who have it. The Epilepsy Foundation says only 3 percent of people with the condition will be triggered. It’s a small percentage, but why test it?
A Kid Trolled by His Parents
He thought he was getting a PlayStation3 game console. Instead, someone probably should have consoled him. His parents dumped him in grand style. The first present he opened was a PS3 game cartridge. It was very promising. Christmas morning seemed to be progressing nicely.
He opened the second present which was even more promising, it was a game controller for the PS3 system. Next, he eyes a gift wrapped in a large, rectangular box, the exact dimensions of a PS3 console, he tore into that. It was a PS3 box, but inside he found socks. All his gifts are now useless.
The Favorite Child
Every parent and every grandparent is entitled to have their favorite child (or grandchild). This is not something to brag about, not information to share among the family, and definitely not a way to get Christmas presents by. Gifting *just* the suitcase that contained presents for all the other siblings? That is cruel.
Now that we think of it, the person receiving the suitcase was way over his college years and this was a hint for them to move out and get their own place. Yes. That's what happened. There is no other explanation.
During a gift exchange with her extended family, she got a photo album. No big deal, standard gift, right? No. Leafing through the pages, expecting to find a variety of photos of her relatives, perhaps some of her with her relatives, she found a really awkward surprise.
Every single photo in the album was of her! Not flattering photos, but candid ones. We can only imagine the type of looks and reactions the photos captured.