Scott Stevens

By Scott Stevens

LifeBuzz User

Grandma Gift Fails So Terrible They’re Borderline Awesome.

Getting a gift is always a fun time. It doesn’t matter if it’s Christmas time or your birthday, or any other time of the year, it’s always great to see a gift with your name on it. Well, most of the time.

Grandma’s are great for giving gifts. The only problem there though is they don’t always have a grasp on the current times, what’s in fashion, or what’s actually funny or not. You can’t fault them as they always have the very best of intentions. Sometimes those intentions can lead to failures though. What you have in that scenario is usually something that pretty embarrassing and almost always extremely funny.

Today you will see some gifts that will make you laugh and also make you feel bad for the person that received them. Some of them took a lot of work and effort while some of them look like they took absolutely no thought at all.

You have to show Grandma a lot of love when she buys you that Hawaiian shirt that you have been wanting. Even if the print is actually marijuana leafs. You also have the Scooby Doo Mystery Machine lunch box that was given to a grown adult. Now come on, who wouldn’t love to have one of those? Prepare yourself because you are about to see several pretty funny gifts that were given by Grandma.

#1. "Asked for new hats, Grandma did not disappoint."

Grandma asked what they wanted for Christmas. They told her they wanted new hats. They got what they asked for.

#2. "My grandmother made me a Star Wars quilt for Christmas."

He told her that he wanted a Star Wars quilt. What she made him was probably better than anything on the market.

#3. My 90-year old grandma mailed a homemade vest for me to “wear to parties." It’s…amazing!"

You have to give her an A for effort. It came out pretty good although I don't know if it's party material!

#4. "My friend just got his Christmas present from his grandmother."

There is nothing like a giant Mario blanket to put on your bed. I feel confident in saying that it's a one of a kind gift.

#5. "My 84-Year-Old grandmother apologized for having to wear her nightgown in front of us. I said it was no problem and that it actually looked very comfortable, so she immediately offered one to me. It’s not like I could have rejected this generous gift…"

They say love knows no boundaries. This might be some proof of that.

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