It seems the Grinch has made his way down from Mount Crumpit and found a new home at the UPS Store this Christmas.
In a tweet that was later deleted, the package delivery company joked about destroying letters children had written to Santa:
“Our intention was to have some fun but it was taken in a negative way. To be sensitive to our customers we decided to remove it,” she said.
Here’s a small sample of the reaction:
Who hurt you @TheUPSStore? 🤔
My dad was postmaster in our small town post office.📮
Mom, pretending to be Santa, wrote back to each child who sent a letter. Then she secretly shared the wish list with their parents. 🎅💌😊
If she was still here she’d kick your ass(es). 😡 pic.twitter.com/qQkpDFto5Q
— CJ Topher ✌🏻💙❄️ (@CJ_FightPD) December 17, 2018
Can’t call @UPSStore a Grinch because the Grinch had a heart that was able to grow three sizes.
This is just plain heartless.
— Bette Sullivan (@betteirene) December 17, 2018