What Is The Worst Christmas Gift You Received?

We’ve all been disappointed by a lousy Christmas gift, but it's the thought that counts, right? What was your's and what did you do with it?

Perhaps it made you feel sad, made you angry or maybe you really are someone who believes it's the thought that counts and you kept it — although maybe at the bottom of your closet.

Did you re-gift it and make it a worst Christmas gift for someone else? Most of us have been disappointed in our lifetime by a Christmas gift that wasn't what we were hoping for — some stories are just worse than others.

What was the worst Christmas gift you received, and what did you do with it? Add it in the comment section below.

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Frances Murray December 12, 2012 at 07:43 PM
My experienced worst Christmas gift goes way back to the stone age. Back then we had "portable" radios which were heavy, clumsy things and ran on four D batteris. My cousin, who lived with us, had one and for well over a year she shared it with me. She finally got sick and tired of always having to replace the batteries and being super careful to make sure the thing was turned off to avoid drining those batteries. and she threw it out. Well my parents garbaged picked it and wrapped it up for my Christmas gift that year. When I opened it I was mortified as I knew how my parents acquired the "gift" that I had been sharing fro over a year. I don't really remember what ultimately happened to the raadio, but I remember that my father used it and because he didn't know the system for turning it off properly, he drained the batteries so no one was able to use the thing.
Rick December 20, 2012 at 05:06 PM
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