Nine-year-old's pens apology letter to Santa - with extravagant wish list attached

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A little girl has written Santa an apology for her bad behaviour this year ... but it wasn't quite what it first seemed.

Starting out with a sweet greeting, before confessing to her missteps during the year, she quickly followed these up with a list of presents she would like.

Posting the letter to his Twitter account, Desi die Mula said it was written by his little sister.

"Dear beloved Father Christmas, I hope you've had a wonderful year and you've been well," it begins. 

"My year has been quite the opposite. I've tried hard to be good but miserably failed. I'll be honest I do deserve coal, but please I'd love to have a present."

But instead of leaving it as a maybe present, she writes out a list of helpful suggestions for Santa, listing everything from AirPods to a 'not dead' penguin and panda. 

Other gifts she'd accept include a PlayStation 4 *and* 5, as well as a Nintendo Switch, a new iPhone 12, a laptop, five tickets to France, a snake, a DJ set, new computer and The Wizards of Once book series. As well as the all-important hand sanitiser.

"Hopefully you succeed to fulfil my requested items," she signed off the letter, adding her address as: 'Essex, capatil (sic) city, Europe, Bottom of Earth, Planet Earth, Milky Way, Universe, Space, Solar System'.

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The letter may risk putting Santa off, but it earned the praise of Wizards of Once author Cressida Cowell, who tweeted a personal greeting for the girl.

"Will you send your sister my love and say I hope she enjoys the Wizards of Once books?," she wrote.

And delivered some much needed laughs for Desi's followers. 

"It's the handwriting and vocabulary for me.. And five tickets to France," shared another.

"Damn. Y'all should at least at the bare minimum complete half of her request. She invested a lot in making that list," said one.

"I am really kind of shocked she didn't specify the 5 tickets to France had to be business class," joked another.