19 Times People Exhibited Gross, Greedy Behavior While Trying To Get Gifts Around The Holidays

'Tis the season for people to be unappreciative of the gifts they receive, or to try to get things discounted (or for free) in the name of Christmas. Below you'll find some of the worst displays of poor behavior around the holidays. Scroll down — you'll see!

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1.This person trying to use their child to get a free Christmas lights display.

Person asking someone to put together a lights display around their house right before Christmas and also give them their tree
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2.This person who is trying to get a $5 Christmas discount using their "beautiful baby boy."

Person offering $80 for an $85 drum kit item and asks "You really want my beautiful baby boy to go without a crash symbol [cymbal] this Christmas? You make me sick"
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3.This person who is asking people to...watch their children and give them gifts on Christmas.

Someone asking on a forum if someone can look after their kids for free and maybe get them some gifts because they'll be visiting relatives they haven't seen in a long time
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4.This person who thinks Christmastime means art should be cheap.

Person asking if someone will take $500 for a painting, and the person says they can't accept a more than 50% discount
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5.This person commenting on a post about FREE Santa photos with a complaint.

Person complaining about two free Santa photo days in December: "They need to do it all December as some kids can't come them 2 days"
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6.This person trying to get a PS4 for their kid on a thread for people who have serious Christmas needs.

Person asking for a PS4 so her two sons can "play with Mommy"
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7.This person who asked for a free Christmas tree, was given a free Christmas tree, and then took issue with its size.

Person recovering from declaring bankruptcy asking on FB for a free tree but are giving away the one they got because it's not tall or full enough
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8.This person asking for a hefty Christmas discount for their son.

Person offers $14K for a $20K tree and says "Don't ruin my children's Christmas!" And then calls the person a dick because they won't take less than $18K
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9.This person trying to score a piano for half off because it's nearly Christmas.

Person offers 1,000 to a person asking 2,000 pounds for a piano and then calls them a scumbag when they won't take 1,000 'cause they've had offers for 1,500 pounds
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10.This person complaining about a free feast.

Person complains about a food bank not giving any juice for their kid, but the package had a turkey; bags of potatoes, carrots, apples, and oranges; cans of string beans and cranberry sauce; a loaf of bread; boxes of stuffing and chocolate; and cookies
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11.This person who went on a straight-up ungrateful rant.

A nicely arranged gift bag with boxers and socks and treats
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12.This person who threw a tantrum because someone wouldn't sell them an $800 drone for $100.

A person calls someone a Grinch and an asshole when someone won't sell them a drone for cheap for their 7-year-old
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13.This person who wanted custom-made art for the Christmas cost of zero dollars.

Someone requests free art on Christmas
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14.This couple who is seeking a free fridge (of specific color) and some other stuff at no cost and with free shipping.

The couple desperately needs a white or chrome fridge, a couple of "good size" Crock-Pots, and a white 6-foot Christmas tree "with lots of decorations"; "MUST BE FREE" and brought to them because they have no transportation, please and thanks
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15.This parent who had her kid asking his friends for 20 bucks each to buy some AirPods.

Kid creates a group chat asking for $20 each from kids in school, and when a parent complains to the kid's parent, their kids are called selfish and they're horrible parents
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16.This buyer who wanted some basketball tickets for FREE just because the seller had won them in a contest.

Person won't pay anything for basketball tickets because the other person got them for free and it's Christmas
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17.This person who tried to do a good deed with their holiday party and encountered a selfish ghoul.

Coworker brings three people to a "no plus-one" party and they all drink too much, complain there's not enough food, and insist that the host let them crash or pay for Uber since it's her job to make sure people get home safely
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18.This person who asked their friend to return the gift they'd given them and buy a new one instead.

Person asks gift giver to refund a season pass and is told that once they redeem it, they can't refund it
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19.And finally, this person who was mean to their partner about a Christmas gift.

19-year-old says his 19-year-old GF had a tantrum and cried for an hour when he got her regular AirPods instead of AirPod Pros because he couldn't afford those
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Ah, don't you just love some good old-fashioned greed? Happy holidays, folks!

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