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Watch: Little Boy Gets Ketchup for Christmas and Taco Bell Obsessed Little Girl Gets Gift Card


Two happy little kids got just what they wanted for Christmas this year: a huge bottle of ketchup and a Taco Bell gift card.

Each child, from two different families, wanted the simplest of gifts this year.

Their families were happy to oblige, resulting in some pretty hysterical videos that have already gone viral.

First up is 4-year-old Natalie Grove from Rockford, Michigan. Natalie asked Santa for one present this year: a Taco Bell gift card.

Natalie’s love for Taco Bell apparently runs deep, as evidenced by the video below.

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When Natalie tore open the small package, her face lit up with delight before she began screaming at the top of her lungs, “TACO BELL GIFT CARD!!!

She jumped up to say “Thank You” to Santa with a huge grin on her face that said all her Christmas dreams had come true.

Did any of the children in your family ask for a simple gift this year?

Natalie’s mother, Sarah Grove, told WXMI that her daughter is turning five in January and wants to have her birthday party at — you guessed it — Taco Bell.

Next up is a young boy named Sawyer who has a deep love for ketchup.

Sawyer’s aunt wrapped up a massive bottle of ketchup and gave it to Sawyer for Christmas.

“Whoa. Ketchup! Ketchup! Ketchup is in here,” Sawyer is heard saying as he opened the box.

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“What’s in here? Ketchup? Look at what’s in there! Ketchup is in there!” he exclaimed.

The video has been viewed over 5 million times, and even caught the eyes of someone at Heinz Ketchup who might see the beginning of a beautiful partnership.

The company eluded to throwing Sawyer a ketchup-themed birthday party, which might result in too much excitement for one ketchup bottle to contain.

From Taco Bell to ketchup, some of the most delightful Christmas memories come from these sweet, innocent moments.

Have any of your children ever asked for such a simple gift?

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A graduate of Grand Canyon University, Kim Davis has been writing for The Western Journal since 2015, focusing on lifestyle stories.
Kim Davis began writing for The Western Journal in 2015. Her primary topics cover family, faith, and women. She has experience as a copy editor for the online publication Thoughtful Women. Kim worked as an arts administrator for The Phoenix Symphony, writing music education curriculum and leading community engagement programs throughout the region. She holds a degree in music education from Grand Canyon University with a minor in eating tacos.
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