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10-Year-Old’s Christmas List Goes Viral After She Asks For 3k Cash, Gucci Sliders, iPhone 11 And A Chanel Purse

A 10-year-old’s Christmas list has gone viral after she demanded many expensive items, including an iPhone 11 and £3,000 in cash. 

As many parents know, the older your child gets the pile of presents at Christmas looks smaller and smaller each year, despite the fact you’ve spent just the same as usual. However, one 10-year-old thought she’d get a pile just as big as usual, although she’s mainly asked for clothes and gadgets, as she’d asked for rather a lot of other stuff too from Santa.

An exasperated parent took to Twitter after her daughter handed over her Christmas list to send off to Santa. They were left astounded at how much her little girl had asked for.

They said: “My 10-year-old daughter must be out of her mind with this Christmas list.”

On the Christmas list, the 10-year-old asked for items such as a MacBook Air, AirPods, a Go Pro, Gucci sliders and £3,099 ($4,000) in cash.

Alongside these expensive items, she asked for “clothes for bunny” as well as some pretty simple items to acquire, such as an alarm clock and new bedding.

It appears as though the girl knew she was asking for a rather lot, so in order to sweeten up Santa, she added heart illustrations to butter him up!

On her list, she asked for many typical things a girl would like, clothes, makeup, perfume, new shoes and dolls.

Adorably, she even asked for essential oils but misspelt it as ‘asenchal’.

The young girl’s optimism has proven popular on social media and the post has racked up over 127,000 likes and 56,000 retweets.

Responding to the post, one person commented: “Get her that alarm clock sis !

“Lol tell her it’ll wake her up from that dream where she think she’s getting everything on there.”

Another added: “Her taste is exquisite, I am impressed.”

Meanwhile, a third wrote: “I love how every couple of things on the list reminds you she’s still very much a kid lol.”

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