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“December 24, 2008 at 8:02 pm your the best and thank you for all the presents SANTA* you no we all like santa clause. and i hope you have a GREAT CHRISTMAS.”
“Perhaps had our parents and ancester didnt do the whole santa clause thing .. real or fake .. point is this … A child believes in santa clause … then when your older and you have children of your own … you realize that dream as a child you had was just an illusion to keep a childs fantasies and spirit alive.”
“One of my friends was wearing a red velvet dress with white fur and a matching red sequin santa hat.”
“Yes | No | Report from tbogg10 wrote 2 weeks 5 days ago well we named our dog kringle because my brother believed in santa, so she is named kringle from chris kringle”
“December 21st, 2009 Jessica Hagy Posted in santa |”
“July 14th, 2009 at 12: 07 pm chaz, i agree about the symbols … but santa is the american symbol of Christmas, not Christianity.”
“Remember her affection for and patience with your child, who has vomited on her desk/shoes/coat/hands, told the other children santa is not real, taught the actual meaning of the word "lesbian" to her class, and crammed another child's head into the toilet.”
“My suspicions were raised when I discovered that the festivals themselves did not have postal addresses and that all films were to be sent to some address in santa monica.”
“The book you got for me as my Ars secret santa is still one of my favorites!”
“In my opinion, the magic and spirit of santa is and should be alive all year long.”
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