Red wrote:As a wedding gift we received a crystal pineapple. It serves no purpose.
songbird wrote:Me reading this whole thread ---->
Hmm, I can't really think of any truly horrible presents I've ever gotten...I've been pretty lucky. I'll have to think about this one.
Nancy wrote:Em, Eeewwwwww! How icky! I'm sure your aunt meant well, giving you something that was your great-grandmother's, but Eeewwwwww!
thestray wrote:Ho Ly Shhhhhiiii...nannigans!
Emafer wrote:OK, another classic! I don't know how to even start this but one year my dad gave my brother a dead rat for Christmas. No joke. It's didn't start out as a living rat who sadly died while in our posession either. My dad FOUND a dead rat under a house and thought my brother would think it was cool. My brother was about 8 years old. My dad wrapped it up all special and was so excited to give it too him. He though my brother would just totally dig it. We all knew about it and were in on it and thought that my brother might like it. The rat was kind of perfectly dried and "mummified" was the term my dad used. So it was kind of an interesting anomaly. He made my brother open it last and he was all pumped up and couldn't WAIT to know what it was. Then he opened up the box and was totally horrified. The disgusted look on his face, he was SOOO mad. He was peed that my dad got him alllll hyped up and then gave him a dead rat.
Red wrote:As a wedding gift we received a crystal pineapple. It serves no purpose. What are you suppose to do with it? Ben fell in love with it since its completely ridiculous and a waste of money and the lady that gave it to us obviously put no thought into whether we would like it, so its been predominantly displayed in our house ever since. Its usually on the mantle and we both laugh a little every time we see it. It may have been the worse wedding gift we received but it will stay with us til the end.
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