Child's 'iconic' £8000 Christmas list goes viral

The girl's lengthly and hilarious list went viral on Twitter. [Photo: Getty]
The girl's lengthly and hilarious list went viral on Twitter. [Photo: Getty]

When one dad asked his 10-year-old daughter what she would like for Christmas, he probably wasn’t expecting this response.

The cheeky 26-line list went viral on Twitter as people praised the girl for her “bravery” and wished her dad good luck (or a lottery win).

What made the list extra funny, is the way she had phonetically spelt out items on her wish list, which included “asenchal oils” and “landry diturgent”.

Her dad tweeted: “My 10 year old daughter must be out of her mind with this Christmas list.”

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The list, which would cost a little over £8,000 to fulfil (yes, we added it up) included $4,000 of cash, you know, because everything else on the list wasn’t quite enough.

She slipped the $4k in, in between clothes for her new bunny (who makes an appearance higher up the list) and a LOL Doll camper van.

“Sneaking in that 4K at the bottom is a rockstar move.” One person said.

“Right like oh yea lemme ask for 4K too. Right by the bunny clothes.” Her Dad replied.

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People were particularly taken by her quite grown up priorities. Essential oils, laundry detergent and an alarm clock aren’t on your average 10-year-old’s Christmas wish list.

“I think she’s planning to move out.” A woman pointed out.

“An alarm clock, Gucci slides and some laundry detergent? Mama has range and her priorities in check!” Another comment said.

We’ve got to give it to her, the girl knows what she wants.

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Many comments under the viral tweet mentioned how she was their “role model” for her brazen attempt at manifesting her wish list.

We probably speak for everybody when we wish her dad the best of luck at navigating that list.

Perhaps he should buy her a lottery ticket, instead.

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