Leilani

By Leilani

LifeBuzz Staff

The 20 Worst Gifts You Can Possibly Get Someone For Christmas.

Everyone has their own favorite thing about the holidays. Mine is baking chocolate chip cookies and pecan tarts with my family. Gift giving, however, is probably the most popular activity.

Most people know that the holiday season isn't just about gift giving but we can't deny that there is a heavy focus on it. The reason for this is simple. We are materialistic. We like giving and receiving new things. We love buying things. Some of us just like the process of unboxing. No one's denying this.

But there are also other reasons. Gift giving might be your love language. Opening presents at midnight on Christmas Eve might be a family tradition. In short, there can be an emotional quality to it, which is why you should put some thought into it if you do decide to participate in an exchange.

We know we should be grateful for any gift we receive but you tell us: would you be grateful if you received any of the gifts listed below?

It's the holidays. Sit back, relax and have a laugh at some of the "worst" gifts ever received.

#1. For the Cheese Lover

There are many gifts for cheese lovers, including wine tastings, a cheese board and a gift card. And then there's this.

For the Cheese Lover

Jamorg12 / Reddit

#2. For the Girly Girls

Do you know any trendsetters? Bet they never received a fantastic gift like this! She'll be sitting at the cool table for sure.

For the Girly Girls

pyewacketcg / Reddit

#3. From the Oblivious Dad

Sometimes, your parents don't realize when they're being inappropriate. Unfortunately, there's very little you could do to stop them.

From the Oblivious Dad

kaodonnell / Reddit

#4. From Parents Who Don't Know How to Break the News

Or those who want to play a cruel joke. We don't recommend this gift either way. Somehow, we feel like this is one of those gifts you should get for yourself, if applicable.

From Parents Who Don't Know How to Break the News

AngryCyclops / Reddit

#5. For Teens

Have you ever received a gift from a relative who refuses to believe that you've grown up? Here's a classic example of that.

For Teens

PlatinumAmphibian / Reddit

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