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People reveal the FEW romantic Christmas gifts they received from their other half


It is NOT the thought that matters! People reveal the FEW romantic Christmas gifts they got from their other half – from a compost bin to a can of SPAM

  • People revealed the least romantic gifts they received from their partner
  • Many who posted on Facebook said they got cleaning equipment
  • One woman revealed her first gift after marriage as a sewing kit

From iron to antiaging serum, people have revealed the least romantic gifts they received from their partner for Christmas.

The discussion began on the B & M Bargains and More Facebook group after a woman, believed to be from the UK and given a ladder and extension run by her now ex-boyfriend, asked others to share their own experiences .

Many people began to think about opening their gift to discover a home appliance like a vacuum cleaner, iron or slow cooker.

Others said they received gifts that made it seem like they should care more about their looks.

Facebook users revealed the least romantic gifts they received from their partner for Christmas (file image)

The thread began after a woman revealed that her ex-boyfriend had previously given her an extension leash and ladder

The thread began after a woman revealed that her ex-boyfriend had previously given her an extension leash and ladder

Amused by her own experience, the woman wrote, “Not related to B&M, but I was just wondering what was the least romantic that your partner had bought you for Christmas before.

"Mine was a ladder and extension line from my now ex boyfriend lol."

She added an update and wrote, “I am so amazed and amused by all of your posts and can't believe how much you made me all laugh. I hope you all have a nice Christmas and get everything you want. & # 39;

A number of responses admitted that they were disappointed after receiving the home appliances.

One person wrote, "Cooking utensils and a tool bag … both on the same Christmas."

"I just bought a doorbell for the house and I found out I ruined the surprise when he got me one for Christmas," said another.

A spate of responses came from women who have received household appliances such as irons, vacuum cleaners, and pots

A spate of responses came from women who have received household appliances such as irons, vacuum cleaners, and pots

Others admitted being frustrated with unconventional gifts like clippings of toenails and mosquito wipes.

One person wrote: & # 39; wrist weight. Because I said I would start walking. & # 39;

"A toenail cut-out jar wrapped by my (weirdly) ex-fiancé when he knew how much I hated him when he left her at the end of the sofa."

Another said, "The highlights include: a rubber torch, a windshield wiper, an iron, and a deep fryer."

Others said they received unconventional gifts, including wrist weights, a single windshield wiper, and a jar with toenail sections

Others said they received unconventional gifts, including wrist weights, a single windshield wiper, and a jar with toenail sections

A third added to the poor selection of beauty gifts: "12 anti-aging serums … I'm 33."

"A nose trimmer," revealed one, before admitting, "I love it."

One revealed her attempt to provide a backfire clue, writing, "A packet of paracetamol and some mosquito wipes in a Christmas stocking … all because I said," Not chocolate, but something I could use. " have pointed out swimwear! Deaf ears come to mind. & # 39;

Another said, "Socks that dyed my feet black and a pair of gloves with a tear in the seam … all for Christmas."

Some said they received gifts suggesting they should try harder with their looks, including anti-aging serums and a nose hair clipper

Some said they received gifts suggesting they should try harder with their looks, including anti-aging serums and a nose hair clipper

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