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Strangest Christmas presents your DC have asked for?

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MrsCK Wed 07-Dec-16 12:18:38

In need of a giggle...what are the strangest things your DC have asked for?

winterisnigh Wed 07-Dec-16 12:21:27

cheese cake

MadisonAvenue Wed 07-Dec-16 12:24:45

A walking stick.
He made that request at about 6pm on Christmas Eve, saying that he'd changed his mind about everything else he'd asked for and that was now what he wanted.
My Mom had just got out of hospital after a hip replacement and he'd been watching her walk around with a stick that afternoon.

Zoflorabore Wed 07-Dec-16 12:25:37

A micro pig or a mole grin

KingJoffreysRestingCuntface Wed 07-Dec-16 12:27:18

A pet crab.

We did get him one. I loved him. Beautiful creature.

Tenpastlate Wed 07-Dec-16 12:29:55

A wooden spoon.

wowwee123 Wed 07-Dec-16 12:34:51

My dnasked my dm for knives and forks for her 5th birthday.

Apparently her parents were always on about how they didnt havent any haha grin

MrsHathaway Wed 07-Dec-16 12:41:03

DS (5) wrote on his list "red sizers" (scissors)

We have slightly confusedly bought them. A little gentle probing has revealed that he just wants more scissors for at home. At school there are red scissors for right-handers and green-and-yellow scissors for left-handers, and obviously there was a risk we might have bought him left-handed scissors without guidance.

His list also contains:

To Go Bowling
Chocklert

MrsCK Wed 07-Dec-16 12:43:48

These are brilliant!

FairNotFair Wed 07-Dec-16 12:46:42

DS1 (aged 5): "dimands and sapires and perls and tresur." (I kept his letter to Santa because it makes me laugh)

This was a few years ago - DS1 is now 15 and wants Superdry stuff and iTunes vouchers...

Groovester Wed 07-Dec-16 12:49:10

Peppa Pig raisins...

EvansOvalPies Wed 07-Dec-16 12:52:50

DS this year - a Ukulele and a Bonsai Tree (he's 21).

MrsH - that is so sweet
KJoff A pet crab - where on earth would you buy that? How funny!

In previous years when they were younger, DC did write their letters saying to Father Christmas that they didn't want any presents at all, and that he should take anything intended for them to other, less fortunate children instead. I think this was off the back of the Samaritan's Purse Shoebox appeal which was promoted by their school, which, whilst I now don't agree with, clearly got them to think about things.

keepbreathinginandout Wed 07-Dec-16 12:54:10

DS asked for a 3 piece suit when he was about 5.
DD (at various ages) asked for her ears to be pissed, nice ham and a glockenspiel...

Fuckityhi Wed 07-Dec-16 12:54:38

A cactus.

cakeymakey Wed 07-Dec-16 12:54:40

Eldest son wants CCTV installed in his bedroom.

Middle son wants 'a bus full of books'. He basically wants me to steal the local council's library bus.

EvansOvalPies Wed 07-Dec-16 12:54:50

Madison - oh, that is so lovely. Children are so incredibly sweet and funny, aren't they? And surprisingly thoughtful.

jopickles Wed 07-Dec-16 12:55:10

in the past we have had cheesestrings, pizza and poppadoms! no strange request yet this year but there is time

PutDownThatLaptop Wed 07-Dec-16 12:57:49

A sheepskin rug confused

HeyMicky Wed 07-Dec-16 13:01:39

DD (4) asked for yellow megaphones for her and her sister (18 months).

Absolutely not grin

OdinsLoveChild Wed 07-Dec-16 13:05:42

DS has a top hat and cloak on his list this year fgrin

Itsallabout Wed 07-Dec-16 13:13:54

When dd was 3 she asked for squeaky pasta for Christmas. I had no idea what she meant and she refused to explain further.
About 6 months later she was eating pasta for lunch and she started screaming , make the pasta stop, it is just too sqeaky and loud.
So I guess she got her Christmas wish after all

TeaBelle Wed 07-Dec-16 13:18:49

My cousin asked for a wee Willie winkie hat

KingJoffreysRestingCuntface Wed 07-Dec-16 13:29:26

A rainbow crap can be purchased from any good aquatic/reptile shop.

Very low maintenance pets.

FairNotFair Wed 07-Dec-16 13:32:23

A rainbow crap, King? I've never fancied one of those... grin

Twinkletowedelephant Wed 07-Dec-16 13:32:41

Ds wants a plunger.....not just any plunger but the one in the shop he saw when were on holiday 250 miles away from home...

That is proving interesting ....

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