An opened jar of coffee that my grandmother didn't like. True story.
Nothing beats my mother failing to thank us for a pretty shawl we bought her one year because "she just didn't know what to say". Not "Oh, how nice, but not really my colour", but a genuine "words fail me in describing how much I hated your present to me". Thankfully, we're fairly used to it.
About ten tubes of bright pink lipstick, when I was 7 or so years old. All from different relatives. I don't know why you'd want a little girl looking like a ... well. Looking cheap. It felt so wrong, even then.
On the upside, I think I got a toy microphone. I nearly convinced myself it was real.
Nowadays, I've learnt not to expect too much, as it's the thought that counts!
One year i unwrapped a pair of beige fishnet "Y-Fronts" and a box of tampons. I was overjoyed.. lol
by Tom.Gilbert 9 years ago
For me, it's gotta be:1. Ties2. Malcolm Gladwell books3. CD Rack (received circa 2008)
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