The grown-up Christmas list is a viral sensation that has been around the internet for years. Its lyrics are catchy and fun, but what they really represent is something more valuable than just a song. The grown-up Christmas list represents your grown-up desires: the things you want to have and do while following your own path in life. If you’re feeling uninspired this year, or if you don’t know what to ask for next year, take these 12 days of grown-up Christmas list inspiration!
Number one on my grown-up Christmas list is a pony. I’ve always wanted to ride but never had the chance because of unfortunate circumstances that are not worth going into detail about here. But you know what? Life goes on and things happen for a reason! It’s time for me to get this grown-up wish fulfilled so I can start living my grown-up life.
Number two on my grown-list is a trip to Bora Bora for New Year’s Eve. I know that this year it will finally happen because I am so excited and can’t wait! This has been one of the things on my grown list since last December, but with all the grown-up chaos and grown-up duties, I haven’t had time to get it done.
Number three on my grown list is a new car. I’m not sure what kind of colour yet, but it will be expensive and luxurious because grown people deserve the best!
And finally, number four on my grown wish list consists of an island in Belize for me to buy with all that grown money so I can escape when needed. I hope that you will enjoy this grown-up Christmas list as a grown person would.
Now, grown-up and in charge of a grown-up Christmas list (or at least attempting to be), I am way more organised than my last grown-up Christmas. Instead of the traditional 12 days worth of content, this time I’m giving you grown up gifts for all 24 days!
Today’s Grown-Up Gift:
-Number one on my grown list is a new car. I’m not sure what kind of colour yet, but it will be expensive and luxurious because grown people deserve the best!
-I also want to buy an island in Belize for me to escape when needed while sipping martinis with umbrellas in them by the pool.
-And of course, grown people want gold and cash because we’re grown! I hope that you will enjoy this grown-up Christmas list as a grown person would.
What is Christmas is all about? Grown-up Christmas list lyrics.
Now, I’m not making a grown-up Christmas list for you to buy me more stuff like Santa does because grown people can do grown person things! This is my grown-up present to myself and this grown-up content is just for grown-ups (sorry).
I hope that your day was merry and grown-up and that you will enjoy my grown-up Christmas list!
Famous lyrics of Christmas:
12 Days of Christmas
What grown-up lyrics will you add to the list?
I also want to buy an island in Belize for me to escape when needed while sipping martinis with umbrellas in them by the pool. And of course, grown-up people need grown-up gifts so I want a diamond necklace, too.
A grown person’s Christmas list is different from what you might expect. You’re not going to find any more socks or anything that would make it easier for Santa because grown-ups can do grown-person things! So this list of grown-up Christmas lyrics is just for grown-ups.
List of Christmas lyrics:
My list of grown-up Christmas lyrics is different from what you might expect. You’re not going to find any more socks or anything that would make it easier for Santa because grown-ups can do grown-person things! So this list of grown-up Christmas lyrics is just for grown-ups, which means no matter who has been naughty or nice, they’re in luck.
Now, grown-ups have grown-up needs, which means that this grown-up Christmas list is a little more expensive than the one for kids because grown-ups need to indulge too! That’s right, we’re not made of stone and these are just some things I would love Santa to bring me.
Christmas gifts – After all, it wouldn’t be Christmas without presents.
A grown-up outfit – I’m not saying it has to be expensive, but something grown-up would be nice! Maybe a new suit or dress for all of those grown-up parties?
A phone call from my sister who lives out of town and can’t usually make it back home – that’s the best gift of all! A grown-up drink on Christmas morning – I don’t want those kids to know what the grownups are up to, so a mimosa or Bloody Mary would be perfect.