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Spoiled Children Complain About Their Christmas Gifts

A Spoiled Brats Christmas


Most of us are happy to have made through a rather difficult year to finally be able to celebrate the holiday season with friends or family. The year 2012 was full of political disagreements, economic hardship, and terrible tragedies like Aurora, Colorado and Newtown, Connecticut. Citizens across America lost their jobs and their homes this year, but somehow most of us managed to scrape and scrounge to provide our kids with a memorable Christmas. Sadly, not every American child was impressed with the efforts their family made to present them with great gifts for the holiday season, and some of the younger generation went out of their way to express their displeasure as only the young can do — uncensored, unfeeling, and fully out of control.

Of course, not everyone agrees with the Christmas spirit, no matter their age. Many adults resorted to filing lawsuits this year, demanding that communities across America stop referring to their Annual tree as a Christmas Tree and call it a Holiday Tree. Various atheist organizations chose small towns for their lawsuits, knowing full well their legal action would probably bankrupt the town if the local government decided to fight. Only Scrooge could come up with a better plan to harm innocent human beings for daring to call an evergreen a Christmas Tree.

Consider the antics of Damon Vix, who managed to get the town of Santa Monica, California to cancel their traditional nativity display simply by demanding the right to put up an anti-religious display of his own. He didn’t even have to resort to a lawsuit to impose his will on the vast majority of his community. But even a godless Mr. Vix has nothing on the kids you are about to meet, for you are about to encounter card carrying members of the league of immediate gratification who have no idea what so ever about the meaning of family or the joy of giving.

Thanks to our good friends at Twitchy, who log many of the best Twitter comments for posterity, we are able to bring you some of the most astounding, inconsiderate and unappreciative comments by the younger generation. Enjoy a selection of ranting and raging by unhappy children, who probably would only be satisfied if they received a brand new Rolls Royce for Christmas. But then again, they would probably complain about the choice of color.

ZOONiGGA ; ) @Zooniggah014
got a dam TV I dont even watch tv like really i wanted a f*cking iPad . but yet Jennifer gets a
new laptop.! wtf f*ck that!
24 Dec 12

@Zooniggah014
another year that i get sh*t for christmas.—
-YAMi ZOONiGGA ; ) (@Zooniggah014) December 25, 2012
24 Dec 12

@Zooniggah014
i dont even watch tv. like REALLLY.—
-YAMi ZOONiGGA ; ) (@Zooniggah014) December 25, 2012
24 Dec 12

@Zooniggah014
worst christmas ever.—
-YAMi ZOONiGGA ; ) (@Zooniggah014) December 25, 2012
25 Dec 12

Shannon McKenna@Shannskii420
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
25 Dec 12 Reply Retweet Favorite

BenPratt@pratty109
Woahh didn’t even get headphones with my iPad
25 Dec 12 Reply Retweet Favorite
Majesty@ebrianne17

and my mom went directly against me. she asked me if I wanted the black or white iPad. I said white, of course. tell me why mine is black..?
25 Dec 12 Reply Retweet Favorite

Live.Love.Annette :]@Annettiiii
I didn’t even ask for a tv….. I wanted an iPad
25 Dec 12 ReplyRetweetFavorite

@woahitsvalery
Seriously, my parents could of given me anything else. But they hot me the one thing I didn’t want. An iPad.—
VAH-LARRY! (@woahitsvalery) December 25, 2012
25 Dec 12

@woahitsvalery
I still can’t f*cking understand why the f*ck they got me that. I asked and they said “I thought you liked them”.—
VAH-LARRY! (@woahitsvalery) December 25, 2012
25 Dec 12

@KailaBelieber_
I didn’t want an iPad mini. I just wanted @justinbieber tickets. #sad—
Kaila Simpson8 (@KailaBelieber_) December 25, 2012
24 Dec 12

@vaaalerieee__
My dad got me an iPhone . Wtf I didn’t want an iPhone -.-—
Valerie ? (@vaaalerieee__) December 25, 2012
24 Dec 12

@narry_is_perf
I got loads of stuff i guess but i really wanted an iphone i know thats selfish but cmon like—
molly (@narry_is_perf) December 25, 2012
25 Dec 12

@narry_is_perf
My mum got me a really ugly 1D pillow how cringey is that—
molly (@narry_is_perf) December 25, 2012
25 Dec 12

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5 Responses to “Spoiled Children Complain About Their Christmas Gifts”

  1. Kristine Harley

    Are you seriously lumping together a question of freedom of conscience with spoiled children complaining about gifts? All the town had to do was allow both (another other) displays. Who is spoiled?

  2. Kristine Harley

    Are you seriously lumping together a question of conscience (and of the Constitution) in our public spheres with children complaining about gifts? All Santa Monica had to do was allow both (and any other) displays. Who acted spoiled in that instance?

  3. Chris Pederson

    Christians need to accept that they aren't the only ones around. You want a nativity scene.. put it where it belongs-on church property. The government is suppose to remain neutral. All we are asking is that be honored.