Christmas is a magical time. A time full of cheer and wonder, specifically, you wondering what you might get as a present. Could you imagine how you'd feel if you received the exact shirt you were already wearing as a gift? Look at this kid's face. That's how you'd feel.
Remember how tasty and whimsical the Everlasting Gobstopper from Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory looked? It was a key plot point. Then you find out they actually exist, get one and learn the harsh truth that real life will never be as good as it seems on the screen.
It's sad to see someone so young look so disappointed. But when you spend 10 months watering a carrot, waiting fervently to see how it turns out only to pull it and see this, well... you're not gonna be too thrilled. Best to learn that lesson now, I guess.
Usually, it's the thought that counts. But when these showed up on Mother's Day, maybe you should let your mom know you spent $90 on them. This way she'll be more upset at the company than her disappointment of a child.
I would never wish a serious injury on anyone. But after circling the lot for half an hour, being given a glimmer of hope and then having it snatched away from me? I'd wish it upon myself just for the better parking.
Obama was one of our best presidents. Specifically when it came to perfectly making a meme to express our emotions. Like the unrivaled crestfallen feeling you get when you think someone likes you then it turns out you're forever alone.
This employee was told for all of their good behavior, there would be a nacho bar in the break room. They walked in to find this. The only way this wouldn't be a massive letdown is if you're super into having to IKEA your lunch.
This guy's sister said she'd drink hot cocoa with him, but went out with friends instead. This was his response. It perfectly captures the hopelessness of plans made and lost. It should hang in a museum somewhere, preferably over the summer because the winter is already depressing enough.
This poor, pitiful student. They hadn't eaten all day, then came across this vending machine. Their relief was short-lived as they got closer and inspected its contents. Some vending machines can be hilarious, but when you're hungry, this is not funny.
This would certainly be disappointing if you bought this fruit hoping to eat it. But look on the bright side. This is a perfect visual representation of what a shallow, vapid person is like. Captions can save crappy purchases.
How is this a poem? Well, by definition a poem is anything that can evoke an emotion and is rhythmic. These stats definitely paint a picture in your head, and its title is more than appropriate in describing that feeling.
Growing up is hard, not just on you, but for those around you. Here we see what Toy Story would be like if it was an even more morose fable. Don't worry, little hoop. We still love you (though he definitely doesn't anymore).