The holidays are a wonderful time of year that have a way of bringing out the best side in people. Of course, they can also magnify and amplify the greed in us. While children may seem sweet and innocent, they can be truly demonic, even when asking for gifts from Santa. Heck, some kids don't even make a wish list. They make a demand list, like they're negotiating what they'd need in order set hostages free. This kid should be told to never look a gift horse in the mouth. Of course, they'd just get further upset by the fact they still haven't received a gift horse.
So Santa forgot to include two AA batteries. Cut him some slack. The fat fella flew around the entire Earth in a single night. You can bug your parents for the batteries. Maybe you should get used to thanking your parents instead of Santa, anyway.
This magical man is going to grant your deepest desire. Maybe you can show him a little more respect than you would your secretary? Also, if your dad has the list, I suspect Santa might know what you want already.
Siblings can be so evil to each other. How terrible is Colton's sister? He decided to use his one wish for Christmas to make sure she receives nothing? How is revenge the only gift you want at this age?
Usually, signs that you were the younger sibling involve being talked down to or being taken advantage of. Not here. They are making the power move of speaking to Santa on their older brother's behalf and ratting him out. Well done, kid. Well done.
Remember how I said that last kid was creepy? I take it back and apologize. This kid seems like they're one step away from asking Santa for Miley Cyrus' skin to complete her transformation into Hannah Montana.
This is something I never thought of. Children have to specify to Santa what cell phone carrier they use nowadays. At least the kid's realistic enough to know while Santa might get him the phone, but he won't pay his monthly bills.
This is a refreshing letter to read. For a second there I was afraid that children only care about materialistic possessions and screwing over their siblings. It's nice to see that there are great kids out there who understand the true meaning of the season. Thank you, Lucy.
Uh oh. Looks like Lucy may have found out the truth and isn't handling it very well. Well, if she's too old to believe in Santa, maybe she can learn about Krampus. If they no longer believe in being nice to receive gifts, they might want to act more pleasant simply for self-preservation.