Mum shares 12-year-old daughter's texts demanding she buys her several expensive gifts
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Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Roxy Jacenko
While we all want to be spoiled now and again, one pre-teen has taken it to a whole new level with an extensive list of lavish gifts.
Taking a leaf from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the 12-year-old made the demands via text with her mum, Roxy Jacenko, who shared the outrageous messages online.
And if that wasn’t enough, the PR exec was even called a ‘dumbass’ for not knowing about some of the pricey products on her daughter Pixie’s list.
It happened as Jacenko, from Sydney, was travelling back to Australia from a PR trip in Los Angeles, with the put-upon mum asking what her daughter would like to bring back.
Ever the opportunist, Pixie then texts her mum an insane list that is comparable to most people’s Christmas requests.
The text read: “Okay so what I want is: Glossier mascara, Aquaphore [sic] stick probs will be in target, Go for Gold top in shot [sic] sleeve and long sleeve from urben [sic] outfitters, Aviatior [sic] nation track suit, and I'm still looking so give me a sec many thanks.”
While most parents would hit back at the extensive list and the lack of politeness, Jacenko seems to bend to her 12-year-old will.
She then asks what a aquaphore stick is, joking that the healing balm ‘sounds rude’ before her bratty bern kicks off.
“No look. Dumb a**” Pixie shockingly responded, in a tone that would get most kids sent to their room – if not grounded.
Despite this, her mum seems to laugh it off and replied: “Maybe it's your excellent spelling. I'll make it happen. As usual.”
Later on, Pixie calls her ‘stupido’ for the beauty mistake, leaving many of the PR’s followers shocked after the conversation was uploaded to her Instagram stories.
Sadly, however, this isn’t all that unusual for the poor mum.
The long-suffering mum has often indulged her daughter and recently received a birthday wish list from the pre-teen that totalled $10k.
Among the highly sought-after items were an Alexander McQueen T-shirt ($580), YSL hoodie ($1.3k) and Yeezy trainers ($700).
The handwritten note was also shared on Instagram, causing many raised eyebrows from other parents with the list helpfully broken into ‘expensive’ and ‘mid/cheap gifts’
Whilst it's good to indulge kids now and again, it’s hard to understand why a child would need such a high-end wardrobe – especially as she’s in school.
We hope that the pre-teen learns the true cost of these pricey presents soon.