What Teenage Boys Ask Santa For
You’re never too old to write a Dear Santa letter, especially if you need working toilets in your house.
Sixteen-year-old Greyson seems to have it all going on, except for—as previously mentioned—properly working toilets.
Check out Grey’s list yourself.
Thanks to Grey and his awesome mom, Ginger. Please check out Ginger’s own writing at her blog and her Facebook Author Page.
In the comments, please tell us: What would have been on your “Dear Santa” list when you were sixteen?
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Posted on November 16, 2012, in Holiday Cards, Miscellaneous. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.
Reblogged this on The Mind Of Lemm and commented:
So very true
I’m so glad toilets that work came before a small tv for the room…then again, he did ask for chipotle before toilets. Hmmm?
I love how it ranges from a new car to silk boxers…lol kids are funny!
A girlfriend, video games, some guitar thing, other lame stuff lol
When I were 16, I think clothes would have been on my list for sure. Plus money for vacation with my friends! Now that I am not 16, my “Dear Santa” list is all about enough money to pay the bills and a good job! Things change!
I’m laughing ~again~ at Grey’s list. As his mom, I can tell you, this list captures his personality. Funny, dry, smart and very unique. Love my baby who is now 6 feet tall. As a funny aside, when Greyson was 5, he asked Santa for a suit. LIke a business suit. Santa came through with a full suit, dress shirt and shoes to boot. He was in heaven! 🙂
P.S. Our toilets totally work!!!
I’ll ask for a few things that my family would be happy. I’am going to shock them and say that I would rather see them get something special. If I must give other ideas, let me ask for a Wii. It is interactive fun for the whole family.
I totally want one of those fancy chairs he is thinking about. They sound pretty great.
And to think that Santa could afford that…
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