Tweet complaints about presents received show us Christmas spirit is dead

Christmas was a thoroughly cheerful, festive time for the majority of us.  The exception would be the people who didn't get what they want, going to Twitter to publicly exclaim their ungrateful disappointment: hating life, parents and all things Christmas.

We would say 'quit your bitching;' but they are downright hilarious, as comedian Jon Hendren’s Twitter account has been retweeting some of the best outcries.  The good majority of these have been complaints around not getting an iPhone or an iPad, others didn't want Kindle Fires, some even had the audacity to moan about not getting a car!  

It makes for some of the most puberty-fuelled strops we've seen on Twitter in a long time, and if reading them doesn't get you feeling a significant amount of anger, then you're a much more calm natured person than we were, hence this post about it.

We know some of these will be sarcastic, most will be kids who see the cry-to-get-their way tactic working a treat; but it really does make us lose faith in the human race.  The words 'spoilt little brats' come to mind, wanting their problems to be bought away with gifts.  The choices are simple: either you don't deserve a Christmas, nevermind presents, or we hope this act of being exposed to the Twitter-sphere will encourage these horrible human beings to grow up really fast.

Source: @fart (Twitter)

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