Ah the joy of a child’s face on Christmas morning.
Well, most children anyway.
There was at least one kid, and likely more as each new generation seems to believe they are even more entitled than the one before, that was not happy with one of his Christmas presents.
And he wasn’t shy about letting it be known.
“You bought me 2k15 instead of 2k16,” he shouted as he unwrapped his present, a reference to the line of video games produced for World Wrestling Entertainment.
“You bought me 2k15 instead of 2k16” pic.twitter.com/54VFjRPtNl
— mayra* (@_mayraduarte_) December 25, 2015
“It was out of stock,” a woman replied.
“What the hmmmmmmm,” he shouted back and she slammed an empty box to the ground.
The tantrum was enough to get the attention of WWE Games, after it was posted to Twitter by his sister, who reached out to the person who posted the video to let them know it could rectify the “problem.”
— WWE 2K (@WWEgames) December 25, 2015
Others on social media thought the belligerent child didn’t deserve anything.
@_mayraduarte_ I would’ve gotten thrown across the room if I said that
— S. (@sydneycastonn) December 25, 2015
— CM PUNK ᵀᴴᴱ HERO (@CMPunkTheHero) December 25, 2015
@_mayraduarte_ & he almost cussed…omg I would have got slapped in my mouth for even somewhat attempting to say the f word, or any word
— CaliiMariie (@_IaMuslimah) December 25, 2015
@_mayraduarte_ @_IaMuslimah My Kids were always taught 2be grateful for whatever they got.I would be embarrassed to show this bad behaviour.
— Mary Vee (@marvelanne97) December 26, 2015
@_mayraduarte_ keep the game, return the kid
— Sam Sabri (@samsabri) December 25, 2015
@eugeneadel if he was raised to appreciate what he was given then he would act like an adult. he obviously wasn’t.
— Ian Wilz (@wisCOwilz) December 25, 2015
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