June 10th, 2014


help me overthink my petty first world problems

pretend for a second that you're an anti-materialistic family on a limited, single-income budget. You value simplicity and financial responsibility.

You splurge and order your daughter a really nice dollhouse for her birthday, but the cheap online store you picked turns out to be a fraud. So you buy her a bicycle instead, because she really needs one and you want to give her one big present on her birthday.

Then the week after her birthday, the cheap online store surprises you and ships the dollhouse, just when you're about to demand the refund because you haven't heard from them in three weeks.

What do you do with the dollhouse?

Give it to her as a late gift, she gets two big presents this year yay!
Don't tell her! Hide it in the basement until Christmas