People Share The Worst Christmas Presents They Have Ever Received

"A brick."

Ahh, Christmas... The season of sharing, giving and receiving. The perfect time to show people just how much you care for them. Or how much you don't.

22 anonymous Whisper users shared the worst Christmas presents they have ever received and we must admit, it's a cringeworthy list.

Makes you think coal is not such a bad gift after all.

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Needless to say, these are truly some of the worst Christmas presents a person could think of. Can we top it off? We tried by asking some of our A+ team members to share their experiences and here's what we got.

Mandy Velez, A+ Editor: 

"I think the worst gift I ever received was a knockoff Tiffany link bracelet with links that were insanely huge and the bracelet itself was three sizes too big. Needless to say I never wore it. Last year, my boyfriend got a t-shirt from his dad that said "Let's flip a coin. Heads I get tail, Tails I get head.""

Jacob Osterhout, Freelance writer: 

"I once got an electric toothbrush for the holidays, and it felt like that special someone was telling me I had halitosis."

Justina Bakutyte, Writer:

"Luckily enough, I do not recall any bad presents from my past but there's a chance I did one myself. A few years back, I gave my friend four toilet paper rolls wrapped in the shape of a huge candy. What? I like practical gifts."

K. S. Anthony, A+ Editor:

"I don't really remember any bad presents, but I'll admit that any fondness I have for those Danish butter cookies in the round tins that always cropped up around Christmas is purely nostalgic. That said, as I get older, I sometimes wonder if my father ever got tired of the ubiquitous default-present cans of Almond Roca my brother and I got him. We certainly liked them. (Sorry, Dad.)"

Yeah... Can we please just get Beyonce this year?

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