All he wanted for Christmas was an AK-47. The assault rifle that was produced in 1947, is yet an industry standard but the weapon would have put his mother back about $1,000. This Twitter user did not get any presents. He posted his tweet with the hashtag, “WorstChristmasEver.”
He went on by writing that he only asked for one thing and one thing only, and still didn’t have his wishes come true. Well, mate, you have to know what to wish for in life.
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?
Surprise! You’re Adopted
This Redditor, who goes by AngryCyclops, wrote that she got a book from Santa with a bit of news. There is never going to be a good time to learn that your parents are not genetically related to you, not even if the person delivering the news is Saint Nick himself.
Isn’t it cowardly to put the burden of delivering life-shattering news on Santa? Why ruin the kid’s idea of Christmas? Even if he isn’t real, for most kids, there are at least biological parents behind Santa Claus. What a double whammy.
A Super Spoiled Kid
This kid asked for a Super Nintendo Entertainment System for Christmas. He said he told his mother he wanted it, but she got him the older system instead. Replying to the @UberFacts Twitter prompt, “what is the worst Christmas Present you’ve ever gotten,” he tweeted his thoughts.
The boy didn't leave a dry eye which turned out to be an effective (and presumably well-practiced) response. Because, in the end, his mom went out and got him the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
This Redditor was livid when he found out his Christmas present was a bookshelf. Especially having watched his 4-year-old brother open a TV with a built-in DVD player and his sister land a computer. Then it occurred to him that she doesn’t even like computers.
He points out that the sister got a printer on another Christmas to go with the PC she didn’t want. Apparently, they needed a new printer. Maybe these gifts were really just things the parents needed around the house. I mean, does a 4-year-old really need a TV?