Cry babies of the year

Furious parents have taken to Twitter to call out Amazon. Photo / Getty Images Daily Mail

Amazon UK has been accused by disappointed crybaby British parents of ruining their children’s Christmas.

Cry babies like these are the reason why we have the stereotype of bloody whinging Poms.

They are expecting Amazon to read their minds.

Where has personal responsibility gone? Quote.

Amazon has come under fire in the run up to Christmas with its customers claiming that the retail giant has “ruined” the big day for their children.

The e-tailer has been bombarded with complaints after several parents received Christmas deliveries without any packaging – leaving gifts in plain sight of their recipients […]

Angry mums and dads have accused the store of “ruining Christmas” after young children spotted toys that had arrived in the post, spoiling the planned surprise on December 25th.

[…] One furious mother revealed on Twitter that her little girl no longer believes in Santa Claus after spotting her own gift in the hallway at her home.

Taking to Twitter to share a snap of the unpackaged keyboard she wrote: Gee thanks @AmazonUK Now my daughter has seen her Christmas present and has told me she “knew Santa wasn’t real all along.”

“Why not disguise packaging? Especially at this time of year!!!”

Another father was left “absolutely gutted” after his son’s Legends of Treasure Chest arrived without a box.

[…] its not just children who have had their surprises ruined as one disgruntled customer revealed.

She wrote: #Not very happy. My mum’s Christmas present has just been delivered to our house and it came in its original box, she now knows exactly what she is getting.

“CHRISTMAS IS NOW RUINED! Very disappointed.[…]

[…] an Amazon spokesperson said: “We offer customers the option to conceal their product at no cost by selecting ‘Ship in Amazon Packaging’ at the checkout. end quote.

 

Question: Is this a gift?
Tick the YES box… idiot!


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