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No iPhone, no thanks: ungrateful Christmas gift recipients

The coveted iPhone.

Apparently, not getting an iPhone or iPad for Christmas is one of the biggest tragedies making the rounds on social media this year. Have some people never heard of the financial crisis? Or of Occupy? 

Here are just a few mind-boggling tweets:

Incredibly, some of these kids (most appear to be under 25) got luxurious gifts like diamond earrings, but were unimpressed to be the only person in the world without the latest Apple product, in the exact colour they wanted. In addition to Apple products, quite a few gift recipients were angry they didn't get the new car they asked for this Christmas. 

It's a bit surreal reading the complaints -- rather like an extension of that famous Jimmy Kimmel video of children who received terrible Christmas gifts -- but if some of these kids get the presents they want next year, their parents will lose all credibility. 

Read on for more ungrateful Christmas gift tweets

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