You can summon Santa at any momment you want, you can summon up to a 100 Santas if you want to. The Santas are completely loyal to you.
The Santas will come with 12 Raindeers who can travel at mach 10 and are as tough as titanium, as hard as diamond and as heat resistant as tungsten. The leader if the raindeer pack will have a nose capable of shooting lazers that can penetrate 1inch thick tin sheets and can't be deflected by mirrors as these lose their reflective capabilities on the impact point nanoseconds before it.
The raindeers will pull a Sledge with the same endurance properties of the raindeer. This sledge has the power to freeze where it slides over as if it's surface was coated with liquid nitrogen, or you can scale this down and just cool off the surrounding area. The sledge is 3 meters wide and 5 meters long.
On the back of the sledge, there will be a Magical Sack, which from the outside looks to have a volume of 25 cubic meters, but on the inside it is limitless. This ma... keep reading on reddit ➡
If you're uncomfortable lying to your children, or worry about how it will affect them when they realize Santa Claus doesn't exist, dropping the whole charade is OK. Believing in Santa is not a requirement for a happy childhood. On the contrary, the realization you chose not to tell them something untrue when most other parents did may give your children more trust in you as parents.
Now that I've grown older, I don't believe in that rubbish anymore, thank God.
Santa stops at the third ho.
I live in an Asian country, since young we were taught that Santa is nothing more than a Christmas mascot. I find it very hard to believe that American parents would actually lie to their kids about the existence of Santa.
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Santa claus is able to fight through the defenses of Apokolypse, and personally give a lump of coal to Darkseid. This means he is powerful enough to join the justice league if he wanted to. If his powers are based in magic, what exactly is he capable of?
Your name was Chris, we chatted a bit about singledom and how funny it d you to the casino had been calling you Santa Claus beard guy. I had a red jacket on that was very bright. You said I was cute. If you're this guy or you know him, I wish Id have had the guts to walk out with you or get your number but I lost my nerve after talking to the group. Id really like a chance to buy you a beer or coffee, please.
I was 27 and think I used religion for most of my life as a coping mechanism to deal with depression, poverty, etc. There came a day when my eyes were finally opened and I could no longer live in a delusion.
Every bit of my post has been true. He was my mother's husband. Happened from 5 to 8, so all proof is now gone. He works in public entertainment, and he does do Santa and the Easter Bunny every year. While I want it to be public knowledge because he works around children, could I be sued for my Facebook post if he loses business because of it?
Got him 3 TIMES while using my Water Tickets trying to get Mafdet. AND TODAY I was excited to finally redeem my free Spa mileage skin. And guess who shows up?
I'm a Mall Santa of 10 years; new to this site but I'm excited to share my experiences! Ask me anything about my 10 years of experience as St. Nick in the Michigan-Illinois-Indiana-Ohio-Wisconsin area!
Germany has recruited Santa to take over their bombing of Britain during WW2 so that the luftwaffe can focus on other fronts. Santa is alone in his mission, but is equipped with a Sleigh capable of circling the globe in a night, a satchel that can carry a functionally inexhaustible payload of bombs, and an innate knowledge of where any given individual in Britain lives. He does not have any more information on British military targets than the Germans did by themselves, but he can use his knowledge to target the homes of important military/government figures if he thinks they will be home and that their death will serve his cause.
To even the playing field somewhat, we’ll say that Santa’s sleigh can be tagged by the British RDF radar defense system, that he must slow down to normal aircraft speeds as he approaches in order to drop bombs from his sleigh, and that his accuracy when doing so is about the same as a normal German bomber. I’ll also say he is significantly less heavily armo... keep reading on reddit ➡
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Yes it’s a real place. This theme park is my entire childhood. I’ve been going since I was like 4-5 years old. I just recently went back there and with my new NOS4A2 knowledge, it made sitting inside Kris Kringle’s Cafe inside the park even more unsettling lol. Hearing xmas music in blazing hot July was always bizarre, but now it just makes me think I found Charlie’s creepy home haha. Poor Bing never got to go to Christmasland, but I’ve always gone to Holiday World regularly.
It’s mostly a family friendly park with a few thrill rides. It’s not Six Flags or Cedar Point, but it’s nice enough.
Are there other “real life“ Christmaslands out there?
If you’re young and you’re reading this, this is just a joke Santa Claus is real. Believing that he’s fake will put you on the naughty list.
If you’re an adult and you’re reading this, I’m currently 20 and my mom has still never broken the news to me that Santa Claus is fictional, and I still sporadically get Christmas gifts that say from Santa on them. It’s not even every year, sometimes he comes to my house and sometimes my gifts are all from my mom and dad.
I kind of figured it out around 4th or 5th grade, I asked my mom a bunch of times after that, and even as recently as when I was 17, she was still adamantly claiming Santa was real. At first I thought she was doing it so that I wouldn’t tell my younger brother, but even he’s 17 now, so there’s really no reason not to tell us.
I haven’t asked her since then, it really bums her out whenever I had tried to talk about it in the past. She even gets bummed out when I open a present from Santa and then say thank you to her, because t... keep reading on reddit ➡
Bit of a background my grand father grew up and live throughout the south west primarily in California and in Albuquerque New Mexico. I was visiting my parents this week and we decided to go through all his 8 mm reels the majority of which were from his world travels in Mexico turkey and South America but nestled between some of those home 8 mm movies we found one labeled Disney collectible . https://imgur.com/a/R0e7Ubd/
If you want reply with witch charcter you share a birthday with
Quick info: only child, both parents bpd, isolated by their dysfunction and distance thanks to dad being in the Army, moved a lot, and lived far from any family. Family were literally strangers.
So age 7 was a bad year. I think at 7, I had outgrown being the cute dress up doll mom loved so much, and had developed a pesky personality of my own. And anything that aggravated her, pissed off dad. I got badly whipped a lot that year.
We had moved off base to a new neighborhood. We always moved in August at this point, so at least my attendance at my new school started in the fall.
The house was a weird split level, where you come at a landing, and immediately go up or down a flight of stairs. Kitchen, living, dining, baths and bedrooms upstairs, family room, ‘guest room’, weird whore-red jacuzzi tub bathroom and unfinished laundry downstairs. Some areas of the house felt, wrong. Also, I’d seen a ghost documentary and learned about paranormal cold spots, and had started checking... keep reading on reddit ➡
Parents leave toys under the tree while kids are sleeping, and claim that "Santa Claus" was the one who put them there. Why? Why can't parents just say that the gifts are from them, and not santa?
I understand the whole "be good or Santa won't bring you anything" thing, but why can't parents say "be good or I won't get you as many presents for xmas this year."
Also when kids do find out that santa isn't real (which happens even easier nowadays with a simple Google search), It can be a major disappointment for some kids. A pointless and easy to avoid disappointment, if the idea of santa didn't exist.
The Santa needed batteries for his sled or flashlight, I think he gets them from a house he's visiting and he tells the kid "these batteries last forever" or "a life time". The battery was red I'm not sure of it was Energizer or a now defunct brand that was red and started with an E.
Is it morally problematic for parents to lie to their children about Santa Claus? Or does it teach children important lessons such as figuring things out for themselves or questioning/not believing everything parents and authority figures tell them?
That’s bullcrap I know he is real. How else could you explain the coal in my stocking every year?