This 6-Year-Old Savagely Destroys Santa In The Most Brutal Christmas Letter You Will Read This Year.
On 7th December 2017
It's that time of year again. People all over the world are breaking out their festive lights, decorating their trees and buying gifts for their family. We know that Christmas isn't the same when you're grown but people still get in a festive mood when it comes around. It just so happens that there are some children who have become rather skeptical of the whole thing and have no desire to play along anymore.
Parents all over the world tend to go the extra mile to make sure their kids think that Santa exists. Some even convince them to leave out cookies and milk for him to make them think that he ate them when they wake up and see them gone. Of course, there will always be exceptions.
Some kids just don't believe that he's real. Their logical minds refuse to allow them to fall for the ruse. These kids can be an annoyance for parents that have children who believe in the jolly fat man's existence. It's always bad when the magic of Christmas is spoiled for you and it's even worse when it's done by another child. Think back. Aren't some of your fondest memories related to that early Christmas excitement?
One tradition that is still very much alive today is writing letters to Santa Claus. Kids often come up with off the wall things that they want like a real dinosaur or a rocket ship. When you're a little kid, whatever you get is close enough. Not all kids react the same though, as you can see by this super skeptical kid.
In a Tweet that went viral, this 6-year old's mother, Sarah McCammon shared his absolutely savage letter to Santa. He was made to write the letter while in school and from the getgo he made it very clear that he was only writing because he had no other choice.
If you can't read the letter it reads:
Santa, I’m only doing this for the class. I know your notty [naughty] list is emty. And your good list is emty. and your life is emty. You don’t know the trouble I’ve had in my life. Good bye.
Im not telling you my name (sic)."
Wow, what a kid! That is definitely something that the Grinch would have thought of as a kid. To me, it reminds me of that episode of 'The Boondocks' where Riley writes "Dear Santa, youse a bitch ass nigga." Anyway, twitter absolutely loved the kid's response. The tweet has been retweeted 10s of thousands of times already.
Sarah made it a point to tell everyone that her son is generally overdramatic and that the so-called "troubles" in his life are nothing serious.
Jokingly she wrote: "PS – the “troubles” in his life? His brother. Don’t call child services."
As the tweet picked up steam other Twitter users quickly started pointing out their favorite parts of the brutal letter.
SwaggyB said: "And your life is empty’ bahahahahahah."
As with everything else in life, some people just didn't find the humor in the letter. Rebecca-Lynn Roy was very disturbed by the letter. She thinks that the young boy will grow up to be mentally unstable.
She wrote: "I don’t think it’s funny at all, sorry. He’s 6! I’d be deeply disturbed by this if it was my kid. Letters to Santa are supposed to be full of innocence, sweetness & yes humor, but this is extra. Kid sounds like a budding Grinch who might need antidepressants when he grows up!"
As it turns out, it might not always be a good thing to shove the holiday season down your kid's throat. 32-year-old Stefanie Howlett suffers from a unique fear. You see, Stefanie is deathly afraid of Santa Claus.
When she was a child her parents forced her to sit on his knee for years. During that time, she developed a debilitating fear of him that haunts her to this day. If she even see's a Santa she flips out and has panic attacks. For this reason, she only does Christmas shopping online so that she can avoid the jolly fat man.
In an interview, she said: "He absolutely terrifies me, but I can’t work out exactly why. Whenever I see him it brings on a panic attack. I went on a Christmas coach trip two years ago, and we went to a Santa’s Grotto in Norway. When we were told we were going to go in and meet Santa just knowing he was in the next room brought on a panic attack. I burst into tears and couldn’t go in the room – I could barely stay in the building. I’ll run away and cry and nobody can calm me down – I can’t even look at him. Christmas [movies] with Santa in [them] terrify me – it’s like somebody else watching a horror [movie] – I start to get palpitations and panic. Everyone thinks it is hilarious, but it’s a real phobia for me."
It sounds like Christmas time is really hell for this poor woman.
Thankfully, most people love Santa and don't have to deal with such craziness.