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24-12-2008, 19:18   #16
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What do you mean there is no Santa?
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24-12-2008, 19:19   #17
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how much does reindeer meat go for these days
there's a butchers in terenure does it.
cant wait to see the look on the kids faces tomorrow when i tell them what they've eaten
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24-12-2008, 19:24   #18
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On a different note, what age if a child still believes do you start to worry about your kid being a bit simple?
If they're relatively old then they're milking it for all it's worth. xD
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is it following the timezone, night across the world?
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24-12-2008, 19:26   #20
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On a different note, what age if a child still believes do you start to worry about your kid being a bit simple?
A child always knows deep down inside. It's a big scam you see. They lead their parents to believe that they (the child) think that Santa has an infinite source of money/presents. Thus they can ask for ridiculous presents from "Santa".

In their effort to keep their child happy on the 25th, a lot of parents will go out of their way to find money. Eventually they get tired or the child feels guilty. Which ever happens first.
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24-12-2008, 19:30   #21
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the ultimate double bluff
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24-12-2008, 19:47   #23
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I wonder how Santa docked on to the ISS give the presents without depressuring the whole thing.Wait till rtdh sees this?
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24-12-2008, 20:17   #24
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his sleigh has a airlock silly.
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Damn RFID tags got santa. Is nothing safe?
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24-12-2008, 20:32   #26
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stupid work have eather blocked this or is doesent work would of been good to pass a hour or 6...
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24-12-2008, 20:55   #27
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Hold on, what the dozy old bastard doing flying over out forddin'? They're all bleedin heathens over there so why are they gettin presents, eh?
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24-12-2008, 21:49   #28
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On a different note, what age if a child still believes do you start to worry about your kid being a bit simple?
If he/she has kids of their own.
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there's a butchers in terenure does it.
Its very deer though
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24-12-2008, 22:38   #30
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Its very deer though
Awwhhh!

Logged in there about 2 hours ago, he was in Iraq.

Look like the Friendly fire didn't get him.

He's in Zurich now. Them bankers need Santa this year.

PS. Used this last year. The wee man loved it.
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