Spoiled Kids Complain About Stupid Christmas Presents via Twitter
Christmas is a time for giving, thankfulness, and spending time with loved ones – unless of course, you happened to look on Twitter.
In true form, the social media site was an outlet for many to voice their opinion for all to hear. Several unappreciative tweets went viral this week displaying the true feelings of these kids after opening their Christmas presents. And this takes “spoiled” to a whole new level.
Apparently, buying your child a TV, iPhone, or iPad just isn’t good enough:
@Shannskii420 wrote “I'm not trying to be a brat but my mom didn't get me one thing I asked for and she got me an iPad, I don't need this thing #areyouthinking”
@Annettiiii complained “I didn't even ask for a tv..... I wanted an iPad”
@woahitsvalery griped “Seriously, my parents could of given me anything else. But they hot me the one thing I didn't want. An iPad.”
@KailaBelieber_ grumbled “I didn't want an iPad mini. I just wanted @justinbieber tickets. #sad”
@vaaalerieee__ whined “My dad got me an iPhone . Wtf I didn't want an iPhone -.-— Valerie ♡”
You can find this and more unthankful tweets compiled here.
Whatever happened to being thankful for what you have in life? Maybe these kids should spend their holiday at a homeless shelter, food bank, or womens' shelter to see how “bad” they really have it. Or maybe next year Santa should just bring these kids a lump of coal instead of fancy electronics and we can see how much they like those gifts!
What would you do if your child tweeted these kinds of messages after opening gifts?