What can I say to someone who used to be such a sweet, loving child?
Well, this for starters: What were you thinking?!
Sorry, 1Shannon, but there’s no easy way to say this: you’re on the Naughty List.
Do we really need to go into detail why? You and I both know; let’s leave it at that, in case kind, impressionable children—perhaps one such as you used to be—should find this letter and be forever scarred by the revelation. And 1Shannon, we both know this wasn’t your first time in Naughty List territory. You’ve visited this place before. I just never thought you’d stay and set up shop.
So what do we do with you? If you’re interested, you can still move back on to the Nice List, and this is how: 2Buy Gary tickets for the Eagles concert.
Sorry again, 1Shannon, but there’s not a lot of leeway here. It’s this or the Naughty List for the rest of the year.
I’ll be watching you . . .
Old fashioned believable quality
Add a certificate of nice
For exceptional acts of kindness and gernerosity throughout the year.
"My daughter is 24. Out of all the presents she received she said this one was the most memorable! Brought back the real spirit of Christmas for her. We need to bring back those wonderful innocent childhood memories. Isn't that was Christmas is all about."