Are you the Gloucestershire Grinch?
GHASTLY Christmas gifts that would make the Grinch giggle with glee have been revealed by people in Gloucestershire.
The list of pitful presents includes a second-hand foot spa, deodorant, a tin opener, a shoe box and 'my own cutlery wrapped up'.
They have come to light through the Great Grinchometer survey run on The Citzen and Echo's website.
A total of 305 people dished the dirt on their festive habits.
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A fifth said it was their favourite time of year but nine per cent said they 'hated it' and were a 'proper Grinch'.
And a whopping 79 per cent said Christmas was too commercial.
Some of the best presents received include a car, a horse, a brother, a Lara Croft figurine and 'Olly the hamster'.
Only 56 per cent send Christmas cards and 42 per cent say present shopping is a 'nightmare' as they leave it to the last minute.
Maybe that explains some of the presents below.
Megan Baker, 20, from Stroud said her worst was: "Five bars of Marmite chocolate. It was disgusting."
Kieran Prendiville, 17, from Tuffley said: "Briefs from my grandmother."
Student Lucy Keal from Longelevens said: "I got earrings and I don't have my ears pierced."
City council leader Paul James said: "I got a set of optics to put on the table."They haven't had much use as drinking spirits at home too regularly could be a slippery slope I'd rather not go down."
Councillor Jennie Dallimore said: "A fertility statue that my mother (known for her bizarre gifts) bought me just after Frank and I were married."
Dean of Gloucester The Very Reverend Stephen Lake said: "A Hoover. I'm quite a tidy person and my wife thought I might like it."
Only a quarter of people go to church at Christmas and less than a third watch the Queen's speech.
A heartening 60 per cent eat turkey with all the trimmings but others will tuck into beans on toast, curry and 'whatever is in the freezer'.
See the full results on our website tomorrow.