Tim Cocker asked his kids what they wanted for Christmas.
Louis wanted a “Ben 10” watch. Little Connie wanted a “Barbie Princess” and “Ken King.”
And while it was still two weeks before Christmas, Cocker then let them each open a present.
Connie unwrapped an onion. Louis, a banana.
Cocker’s kids’ reactions, however, were not what he expected: They grinned from ear to ear — and even thanked him for their gifts.
(Cocker did, after all, title the video: “I Gave My Kids A Terrible Christmas Present.”)
“As we approach Christmas I wonder if my children realize how fortunate they are when they are inevitably spoilt rotten on Christmas Day,” Cocker wrote on YouTube. “So I decided to let them have one early gift 2 weeks before Christmas. One terrible gift that is.”
Cocker said he was “pleasantly surprised” by his kids’ enthusiasm for the produce.
"Louie and Connie are happy, cheerful kids so I knew they wouldn’t throw a major tantrum. But I never expected them to be that excited about someRead More »from Kids open 'terrible' Christmas gifts, love them anyway