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  11. My grandmother sent me a card that she whited-out the original sender's message to write her own to me. The front still said "Merry Christmas to the Happy Couple." I was 20 and single.
    Suggested by @element75
  12. The year was 2000...
    It was my 10th birthday and not one, not two, but three different people thought what I really wanted was a copy of Creed's "Human Clay" Somewhere in Oregon, there are 3 copies still shrink wrapped...
    Suggested by @Nicholas
  13. My mom gives us tissue boxes for Hannukah because they're too fancy to have any other time. #worstgiftever
    Suggested by @baraehirsch
  14. When my husband and I got married, his aunt gave us a 3 foot tall wooden cat statue with a rhinestone collar. We both hate cats. And rhinestones. #worstgiftever
    Suggested by @d3j2caliman
  15. A musical bird cage with a fake bird on a swing that played "Wind Beneath My Wings". My aunt said she thought it would go with the decor in my living room. I redecorated my living room shortly thereafter.
    Suggested by @AlyciaCT
  16. I was given a carved pumpkin full of chocolate coins for Valentine's Day when I was in high school.... I'm still not sure where he got a pumpkin in February...
    Suggested by @daisy
  17. My "boyfriend" when I was in middle school stole his mom's box of chocolates and gave them to me the day after Valentine's Day. Some of them had been spat out.
    I left him for his best friend.
    Suggested by @olive
  18. My mom received a book from her mother that she had given to her as a gift many years earlier, which was proven by the inscription she had written on the first page.
    Suggested by @sdh789