It's time to dig deep into your childhood and get really mad at your parents for not getting you that pony, or that power wheels, or whatever you wanted for Christmas but never got.

TEXT QUESTION OF THE DAY
What’s a gift you always wanted for Christmas but never got?

  • Wanted a puppy that wouldnt get big when i was a kid. They got me a rabbit
  • When I was a kid I wanted a dog soooooo badly. I begged and begged my parents. I left dog pictures all over the house and wrote lists of why I would be a great dog mom. Christmas came and I thought for sure I was going to get my puppy. I got a damn word processor. I was 13 and devastated. My dad said I was being a brat....so long story short. I wanted a dog.
  • I dont believe i have that as a memory. I dont recall my parents ever asking my sister and I what we wanted for christmas, or to make a list. I do remember that the things "BIG DEAL" gifts that we got, were never things we had wished for. But we loved them and were greatful
  • Life sized barbie doll
  • A quad lol.
  • I always wanted a Play Doh haircut toy. I was so sad when I didn’t get that gift. So, when I had kids, I bought them this toy.
  • I wanted an actual robot. Like one that I could say “hey robot, go get me a coke.” I wasn’t aware that this type of robot didn’t actually exist. But.. that year, there was a BIG box under the tree. I mean it was so big that it had to sit next to the tree. And I thought, “Wow. My mom got me a freakin robot!” Come Christmas Day, and I open the big box. It was not a robot. It was BETTER. It was a small purple television with a matching purple VCR with yellow buttons. I had my own TV for my room!! I played lots of crash bandicoot and watched the Titanic for the first time on that little television. I’m so grateful that my mom worked so hard to make my Christmas awesome, even if she couldn’t advance technology herself to get me a robot. I’m hoping that technology advances enough when I have kids so I can get them a robot. On second thought, maybe not. That would be creepy.
  • Easy bake oven. (I was taught how to use the real oven and given a baking set instead, which I guess in the long run was more advantageous.)
  • A Cabbage Patch Kid. I wanted one so badly. To make matters worse my cousin got one & didn't even want it. It's a Christmas I will never forget
  • Guess jeans. I got the knock off brand instead.
  • American girl doll. But my girls each got one when they turned 8!
  • I think I speak for a lot of men born between 1973 and 1981 when I say the GI Joe Aircraft Carrier.
  • A trip to Disney World. My daughter got it at age 7.
  • I don’t remember what year but I was always into Barbie and I wanted the Peaches N’ Creams Barbie. Terribly. Never got and never forgot it. My dad #2 remembered the story I once told and bought me one at an antique toy show. I was soo touched I cried.
  • Easy Bake Oven!
  • A Snoopy snow cone machine.
  • Pottery Wheel.
  • Ballet Lessons
  • A chemistry set
  • An easy bake oven
  • An American Girl Doll...specifically Felicity because she has red hair like me!
  • A pony.
  • Cabbage patch doll or engagement ring
  • One of those sit in cars that drive around. But with them being like $300 we could never afford it.
  • A second horse. Mine needed a buddy. Lol
  • A flat stomach and big boobs still waiting
  • A drum set
  • A puppy
  • A trip to Disney!
  • Anything but a tool box, which is what I got at age 16
  • A puppy
  • A pony
  • A cat but my mom hates them
  • An easy bake oven and a telescope
  • I don't know but I sure do miss hearing Steve do naughty Mickey, lol that cracks me up.
  • Jewelry of any kind!
  • A cash register
  • I always wanted an easy bake oven.
  • I always wanted a cabbage patch kid ...I was one of the very few 4th grade girls who didn’t have one.
  • I always wanted the Barbie Jeep and my mom never got it for me because she knew I would drive in the road I'm 33 years old and I'm still bitter about it
  • A million dollars! Or a dishwasher!
  • A ventriloquist dummy from the JCP catalog!

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