Christmas time is over and we're left with the memories, a couple of extra pounds, and of course, the presents. But those gifts aren't always what we expect them to be, as some family members take this opportunity to troll their loved ones with some customized awfulness covered in nice wrapping paper. Get ready to laugh at these people's expense.
The Latest TechnologyBored Panda
When he asked for an "Apple Watch" he shouldn't have made a pause between those two words. The watch is nice though.
Spread The Joy Of Steve BuscemiBored Panda
Man, what a gift! Who wouldn't want to see Steve's many faces throughout the years in one single pair of leggings?
Thoughtful KidBored Panda
An 8-year-old boy got up early to create these homemade stockings for his mom and dad, by using random plastic bags and filling them up with these adorable, yet confusing items. We love you too, son?
Is This Moisturising Lotion Anti-Age Too?Bored Panda
This would be a nice gift, if not for a tiny little detail... it expired on November 2004. Did her aunt have it laying around the house all these years and finally decided to get rid of it?
Take The HintBored Panda
These parents got tired of waiting for their 24-year-old son to move out of the house, so they decided to be more direct about it. Point taken!
"Beets" By Farmer DreBored Panda
He told them he wanted the new Beats by Dre headphones. This is what he got. Is this family looking to adopt? We'd be thrilled to be a part of this family of trolls.
A Totally Real Christmas PostcardBored Panda
This girl went to the beach, dressed as four different family members, took each picture in a different pose and then Photoshopped it all together to form the ultimate awkward family pic. Then, she distributed it to her real family members. On point trolling!
Admire Thy SonBored Panda
This guy gave his parents a giant blanket with his enormous, glorious face on it, just because "he wanted to." The dad seems to dig his sense of humor, as so do we.
The Toxins Are FreeBored Panda
Good neighbors give away cookies to others. Great neighbors don't do so in a plate that contains toxins that might contaminate food and is meant to be used for decorative purposes only. Or maybe they do if killing the entire neighborhood was the ultimate plan. Hmmm...
Grandma Will Accept Your ChallengeBored Panda
He told his grandma he wanted 100 things from the dollar store and boy did she deliver! Where were these grandmas when we were growing up?
Awesome ParentsBored Panda
The best gifts are the most practical ones. This guy is living on his own so he got a box full of much-needed supplies, like socks, food and even TP. Thanks, mom and dad!
Even The Male Model In The Box Is UncomfortableBored Panda
This 29-year-old-guy who's living with his parents got a full size Pokemon pajama. Maybe he liked Pokemon Go so much that they thought he'd like it. Either that or they're major trolls and deserve a medal for keeping with trends.
To Be Paid In Lump SumsBored Panda
What better way to convey a nice message than a good old IOU note from those old Hanna Barbera cartoons.
A Present As Big As His HeartBored Panda
When this guy saw his gigantic present, his mind raced and he couldn't figure out what kind of present he got. Turns out there was a lone gift card inside the box. Well plaid!
An Arms RaceBored Panda
Her kids got the bigger one, her boyfriend, the one in the middle, and she ended up keeping the smaller one. Gee, thanks Santa!
Personalized And AggresiveBored Panda
He took this picture of his girlfriend where she's giving him the finger and 3D printed it as a present. Because we all want to remember those awful moments, but now in 3-D!
The Best Gifts Are The Ones We Make OurselvesBored Panda
Who doesn't love getting a pair of socks from granny? The thing is, this grandma has a crooked eye and she didn't realize she effed one of the socks. Maybe try putting a shoe in one foot and a boot in the other?