I already asked this question but ok. I asked my aunt and uncle for a guitar. We had to write it on a list and out of all the stupid things I wrote, I chose guitar and even told them aloud. So after coming back from Mississipi, I see no present under the tree but I see that my 4 and 8 year old cousins got what they wanted and more. The 4 year old even got a tablet. So I'm thinking that it's maybe in my aunt's room but the next day all she gave me was pajama pants, an owl mug, and fuzzy socks. I hid my disappointment well, I think, and faked the fakest smile ever. Am I being ungrateful? It's been 2 days and still no guitar. I'm just really sad that I didn't get one and cried myself to sleep woth all these scenarios that they didn't love me as much and all this stuff. I was thinking about asking a question like this..."When am I going to start back getting my allowance because I want to save up to buy a guitar?" Is that too straight-forward?
Am I being ungrateful?
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Hmm I just think you're disappointed because all the other kids got what the wanted and they put effort into giving them what they wanted because they knew they'd enjoy however you felt they just threw together a last minute present perhaps. You never know maybe for the younger kids their presents was a lot cheaper than a guitar, guitars can be really expensive.1
At first I was like, shit a guitar is expensive. Plus there's the added fact that no one is entitled to presents. But on the other hand, who the hell gets an ipad for an 4 year old, and isn't willing to get a guitar for their teenage niece?
Yes, you should ask them what the deal is. Don't say it angrily though, but they should have at least told you WHY they didn't get you a guitar, and yet they got the other kids what they wanted.0
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