5 Worst Gifts to Get For Christmas

1) Snuggie  If you plan to get someone, the Snuggie for Christmas please reevaluate your gift. I mean the Snuggie is a great product. It keeps you warm without falling off, but what grown-ass man wants to walk around with an over-sized blanket on. If they  were that cold, they would just turn on the damn heater.

2) A 10 dollar gift car- not only did you just give some person a gift card; you gave them a 10 dollar gift card. What the hell you going to buy with 10 dollars. Now they have to spend money out they pocket because your ass be too stingy to buy the 30 dollar gift card that was sitting right next to it.

3) Tooth Brush- What is this implying by giving someone a tooth brush for Christmas? Are you trying to tell them their breath stinks and they should try to brush twice a day? But you didn’t stop with just a tooth brush you kept going by buying the dental care package that comes with a tooth paste, mouth wash, flossing. Don’t be looking for a thank you after you hand this to someone.

4)Hand knitted Sweater- There’s not too much I can say about this one, you didn’t put your heart and time into knitted someone a sweater, but who want to walk around in a itchy ass sweater. As much as this was the best present to give someone back in the 70s, the market for hand knitted sweaters as drop drastically with the popularity of Hollister, Aeropostale, and other major clothing stores. So please don’t waste your time and yarn knitting someone a sweater because I can tell you now exactly where it’s going to end up. The bottom of the closet…or in the trash can.

5) A pack of Gum- Your so-called gift trying to make me think how thoughtful you were, is not going to work because we all know you grab this at the last minute as you were standing in the check-out line reading a magazine. Some people don’t even bother to get the right kind of gum and just grab the cheapest pack of gum they see.

Merry Christmas you guys! Don’t forget to subscribe for instant updates about the blog!

~That Teenager, Paris


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