Is your office doing a secret Santa gift exchange? There is probably a spending limit, like $20 to $25. We've heard of a office Grinch, who thought her gift should be on the higher end of the limit. Not lower.

The story comes a series of texts that have shown up on Reddit. So, a guy spent $30 on chocolates and a blanket on his secret Santa gift. Their office limit was $50. The woman who received the chocolate and and blanket looked up how much they cost, She is asking him to make up the difference.

The man actually agreed to do it, so she asked him to buy her a $120 Samsung Galaxy tablet. He pointed out, that was a LOT more than $20, she told him "My kids have been spending me up the wazoo."

He started ignoring her messages, She said he makes more money than her, and he doesn't have kids, he was rude to ignore her, and she doesn't " know how you live with yourself, disgusting."

After all of that, she said she's just take the $20 in cash. He said no. We haven't heard how this all worked out, but the man did delete his Reddit account after the post went viral.

What are your thoughts?  Is it rude to complain about an office gift?  Let us know in the comment section below!