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WHAT THE (JINGLE) HELL? Family savaged for Christmas present reveal video which shows so many gifts there’s no room to move

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WHAT THE (JINGLE) HELL? Family savaged for Christmas present reveal video which shows so many gifts there’s no room to move

Source - The Sun

By - Anna Roberts

Date - 11-09-2021


A WOMAN has stunned people with her Christmas reveal video - because of how many pressies she has.

She shared the video in August, explaining it was her 'POV' - point of view - on Christmas morning.

She hash-tagged it 'spoilt' - and it certainly divided opinion (with many people merely asking why she was sharing a video of Christmas in August).

After she was trolled she issued an explanation: 'This is for 15-16 of us,' she said, adding they donated a lot of the presents after use.

'My mom always buys discounts and sales. Also there are bigger items in the back.'

'It's beginning to look like pure greed in your living room,' said one person.

'Do you have 100 family members?' questioned another, while someone else asked: 'I'll be lucky if I get one present under the tree this year.'

Another wrote: 'I get one present every year.'

'People need to think about themselves - if this is how you do Christmas, good for you.'

'Why not spoil your kids?'

And some people were just desperate to join her family. 'You need a sister? A dog?' joked one woman.


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I dont know about any of you, but it does seem a bit excessive. But hey, each to their own I suppose! 

I cant help but think of families who are not in a position to buy anything for their children at Christmas, and believe me, there are a lot of families in that position over here as I imagine the same the world over.

The pressure at Christmas for families in need is overwhelming. Each year I volunteer with local charities delivering gifts to families in need and whilst the charities do their best, there remains a deficit at this time of year.


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There was a family who came to see me one year.  The kids gave me a long list if things that they wanted.

The Dad, looked at the list and said, "Baby Jesus only got three gifts..."

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