Millennial Problems: I Hate My Christmas Gifts

I Hate My Christmas Gifts

I don’t want to sound like a spoiled brat, but I hate my Christmas gifts. Being that I’m a 28-year-old adult, I don’t get very many presents and I have come to the point where I don’t expect to get any. When I do get a gift, I’m hoping it’s a good one, but that’s usually not the case.

I hate my Christmas gifts

This year my grandma gave me a bunch Style & Co tops and sweaters. When I saw the tag, I knew it was going to be ugly. Style & Co.’s demographic is the middle-aged woman, 28 is nowhere near middle aged. I opened the gift and automatically knew I was going to lie and say I liked everything only to return 80% of what she gave me to Macy’s and use the store credit at M.A.C. Can you tell this has happened before?

I Hate My Christmas Gifts

I know it sounds bad, I’m just really hard to shop for. I’m extremely particular! Clearly my grandma didn’t read my Millennial Christmas List blog post from a few weeks ago. Just give me the cash or a gift card, it also doesn’t hurt to just ask me if I want or need anything. Here’s another suggestion, don’t get me anything. Save your time, energy, and money, then I won’t have to deal with the disappointment of receiving the bad gift(s) and the feelings of guilt about being a spoiled bratty asshole all because I hate my Christmas gifts, see everybody wins. Oh well, I’m alive and breathing this Christmas morning, so I’m thankful! I hope you’re having a wonderful Christmas!!!

I Hate My Christmas Gifts

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8 thoughts on “Millennial Problems: I Hate My Christmas Gifts

    1. Right! My parents usually give me the money and tell me to pick out what I want then I have to put it under the tree like I don’t know what it is lol. My grandma needs to get on board with that lol.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I don’t even open the gifts in front of them anymore for that exact reason. My facial expression
      would expose my true feelings, it’s hard to hide disappointment lol

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