Christmas time is a great opportunity to resurrect inter-family beefs. I have a standing gift rule. I don't want clothes. I have tons, I can afford any new stuff I want, and nothing anyone buys ever fits right or has a style I like. Growing up, clothes were the worst gift... and as an adult, I enforced my "no clothes" rule with a reminder every year. One year, for some reason, I got almost all clothes... and while I am usually too polite to say I didn't like a gift, when asked to set aside anything I didn't like or didn't fit, I put it all in the pile - being irritated that everyone had spent $$$ on shit I didn't want and would never use. Upon reminding a sibling of the no-clothes rule, an argument erupted today - with him saying I am ungrateful. It pissed me off, because my younger brother always got EVERYTHING growing up. Never wanted to get a job, and took stupid hippie jobs like camp counselor and tour guide while me and my sister started working from 11yrs old and were constantly employed since. I am guessing being the child who was most often shit on is a common thing... so was anyone else here the black sheep and did it make you as bitter as me? Or were you the golden child of the family? And if so... FUCK YOU!