One dad might be regretting asking his daughter what she wanted for Christmas after she returned with a 26 line wish list which will require Santa’s elves to have some extremely deep pockets.
People were loving both her bravery and the phonetic spelling of the items she’s expecting to find under the tree after her dad posted the list on Twitter with the caption:
‘My ten-year-old daughter must be out of her mind with this Christmas list’.
Santa will need to work closely with Apple as she began the list with an iPhone 11, AirPods and a new MacBook Air.
There were also the unusual favoured requests among children, such as clothes, makeup and a real bunny, as well as garments for the bunny of course, but it was choices like ‘Chanel purs’, ‘purfume’, ‘julery’ and particularly ‘ascenchal oil’ which caught people’s attention.
One individual posted that she loved how the young girl had enunciated the items and another penned that baby sounded it out.
Others were merely wondering what a ten-year-old was intending to do with £3,000 in cash, with one calling it a rockstar move, but she’s a child with big dreams and there’s nothing wrong with that.
And obviously, her dad won’t be able to buy all the things on the list. However, if they’re small enough to purchase, let them have their dreams or at least some of them.
She’s just a little girl who just likes the look of things. Children want everything they see when they’re that age and it’s good to dream.
The problem is when you spend years telling children that Santa will bring it, then you’re setting yourself up for disappointing them.
Dreams are brilliant, unfortunately, reality is a disappointment, so children should be allowed a few dreams before reality jollies in, and to be fair, every child deserves a bit of pampering after the appalling year they’ve had – so come on Boris Johnson, be a bit of a Father Christmas this year and put your hand in your sack!