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A boy who receives presents only once a year is mad at his parents for the timing of his existence.
Eddie Chang was born on December 18, just a week shy from Christmas day. Every year, for the past 13 years, he’s wanted to celebrate his birthday without Christmas hijacking all the attention.
Eddie said: “It’s not fair that I either get two small presents for my Birthday and Christmas, or one large slightly more expensive joint present (like killing two birds with one stone). Why can’t I have it the same way as Arthur where he got an iPhone 7 AND the new Nintendo? For me, it’s either I have one or the other and I have to wait a whole year!”
“I blame my parents. They get more stressed about what to buy all my other family than they do for me. It’s like my birthday party is the dress rehearsal and no has made much of an effort. The worst part is, they think I’m actually lucky my birthday is in December because it’s more economically practical.”
Eddie’s younger sister said: “You think you have it worse? My birthday is November 1st. I just want a princess party and eat lots of cupcakes. But everyone is still sick from eating too much Halloween candy.”Please follow and like us: