ToxicMunkee: Santa can't die.
gopher321: It would be more symbolic if Santa came in riding a huge cash register anyway.
MaudlinMutantMollusk: gopher321: It would be more symbolic if Santa came in riding a huge cash register anyway.On Dollar! On Ruble! On Euro and Drachma! On Peso! On Ruble! On Yen and Taka!
AdolfOliverPanties: MaudlinMutantMollusk: gopher321: It would be more symbolic if Santa came in riding a huge cash register anyway.On Dollar! On Ruble! On Euro and Drachma! On Peso! On Ruble! On Yen and Taka!Two reindeer named "ruble," otherwise, that's pretty good.
WORKS LONG HOURS TO BUY KIDS XMAS GIFTSSANTA GETS ALL THE CREDIT
Arkanaut: Easy. It's Obama's fault.
Doctor Funkenstein: Because Santa isn't real and that fat guy on top of the fire truck is probably drunk?
StoPPeRmobile: Let's not forget Zwarte Piet.[offtrackplanet.com image 801x533]
SirDigbyChickenCaesar: At our Christmas Parade this weekend Santa was riding on a ladder truck and took a power line to the face./the kids heard Santa say a naughty word
maxalt: magic dust
ThatGuyFromTheInternet: ToxicMunkee: Santa can't die.I think he resurrects after three days.
Rindred: Santa does NOT deliver presents in an open sleigh to kids all over the world. At the speed he'd have to travel, the shockwave would flatten your house when he landed. Instead, he delivers them via Butterfly Effect.
Slaves2Darkness: Well he did die for our presents. Can I get a HO! HO! HO!
DeadGeek: Explain this to your kids: Santa Clause, AKA Saint Nicholas, is the patron saint of children, thieves, and pawnbrokers./and some other stuff//but those are the interesting points
Earguy: Santa is a grown-up, that's why./old school
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