Does it seem melodramatic? Well, this followed a heartbreaking tweet so we assume it’s not. She detailed what happened on Christmas of 2017 when she was really given a rough deal. It was understandable the worst Christmas of her life.
It’s a heart-wrenching note. Then, unbelievably, an insensitive Christian believer had the nerve to reply, “Christmas isn’t the cause, it just happened to be on that day.” Guess trolls can have faith too.
Knowing his aspirations to become a doctor, this grandma picked out a gift that appeared to be oriented to the medical field. Unfortunately for her, as an English-language learner, the gift picked out was a T-shirt that said something very different than she thought it said.
He thought it was funny, but she didn’t. The poor thing nearly cried from embarrassment but we think the grandkid handled the situation well.
Feed the World. Or Don't
Here’s a person who did not like a gift for a very personal reason. She described the gift as supposedly being a good deed and turning you into a better person. It seems like a commendable gift, right? Not exactly.
Apparently, this girl had a pet rabbit. Imagine having to look at a pet as a barbeque item! Whether it was a gift given with cruel intentions or simply offered carelessly with no regard, it was “the worst present ever received” by this Redditor.
Extra sarcasm. This girl got a book from her grandmother for Christmas. It was called, “The Ultimate Weight Solution for Teens.” This girl wasn't even considered overweight, but even if she had been, a weight loss book is never going to be anything but insulting.
It seems kind of abusive, at least psychologically. Grandmas are supposed to be loving, caring, and always baking your favorite sweets. They are supposed to brag and dote over their grandchildren, not humiliate them.
Just a Cover?
It was a disappointing Christmas morning when this Reddit user opened presents. One of the first gifts she unwrapped was a cover for a Nintendo DS. After opening the rest, all she was left with was the cover—no games, no console.
She had naturally assumed that the actual DS, the handheld game that pretty much every other kid had, would be inside one of her other gifts. Instead, she was left with empty boxes she could fill with all her tears. Why would someone do that to a kid?