Girl tells Santa she was naughty this year, still wants lavish gifts


This girl certainly knows what she wants — even if she also knows she didn’t make it onto Santa’s “nice” list. 

A 9-year-old girl from Essex, U.K., wrote a letter to Father Christmas earlier this month admitting that she hasn’t been particularly good this year. However, she still requested a list of lavish gifts including Apple Airpods, a trip to France and a penguin and panda — as long as they’re “not dead.” 

A picture of the letter was posted on Twitter by the girl’s older sibling on Tuesday.

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“Dear beloved Father Christmas, I hope you’ve had a wonderful year and you’ve been well,” the girl wrote. “My year has been quite the opposite. I’ve tried hard to be good but miserably failed.”

“I’ll be honest, I do deserve a coal, but please I’d love to have a present,” she added. “Actually more than one. Here’s a list.”

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In total, the girl listed 12 items including a games console, a snake, a DJ set, an iPhone 12, a laptop and a new computer — specifically, the “latest.”

She also asked for a PS4, a PS5 and a Nintendo Switch, and an entire book set of “The Wizards of Once.”

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Of course, it wouldn’t be 2020 if she also didn’t ask for hand sanitizer.

A 9-year-old girl has requested a lavish Christmas list -- even after she told Santa that she hasn't been particularly good this year. (iStock)

A 9-year-old girl has requested a lavish Christmas list — even after she told Santa that she hasn’t been particularly good this year. (iStock)

“Hopefully you succeed to fulfill all my requested items,” she ended her letter before signing it.

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People on Twitter thought the girl’s letter was hilarious. 

“i don’t know what shocks me more; the fact that you have a 9y/o sister, her handwriting or her use of diction and syntax at that age,” one person commented

“I feel for the parents,” someone else wrote. “Also, her vocabulary is great!”





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