Allison - 2004-12-15 06:08:35
Ah, pre-teen grammar.
cosmicrayola - 2004-12-15 07:08:01
There is a store in England that has banned kids from sitting on Santa's lap. Because of all the paranoia they are making kids stand beside Santa and tell him what they want for Christmas. How sad. Yet another tradition falling by the wayside.
Sushi - 2004-12-15 07:56:19
Please, please tell me that you wrote that first bit as a joke. (A very funny joke by the way.) I canít go on knowing that it may have been real.
Barb - 2004-12-15 09:22:52
Oh Bob, I am laughing so hard right now.
Jeremy - 2004-12-15 09:35:28
he wrote that entry.....surely nobody is that stupid.
Amber - 2004-12-15 09:36:17
What a great idea! Too bad I didn't think of that. Damn boring life that I have.
chris - 2004-12-15 09:37:52
oh man, I laughed so hard that I sprayed my coffee all over the computer screen. lovely..... but worth it.
Sandra - 2004-12-15 10:10:45
Ha!! Sounds like my four-year-old. She loves Santa to the point of not allowing other children within two feet of him. "He's MY Santa now!" Meanwhile, Santa is sticking the barrel in his mouth, trying to figure out the best angle. It must take a special person to be Santa. I sure as hell couldn't do it.
April Ann - 2004-12-15 11:45:21
Ah, teen bitch angst. It must have been hard for her to handle the idea of going to bed. Such misery. Oh yeah, and my 2-year-old has an obsession with Santa as well. We'll see how that works when I take his tiny ass to see Jolly Ol'. Hell, maybe he was happy to have his pants go down for Santa... you never know. Kids learn early that it's the easiest way to get candy from a stranger.
Keoki Kitty - 2004-12-15 12:59:20
LOL very funny, you're crazy, UB!
raceyred - 2004-12-15 16:04:05
UB, put toothpaste (paste, not gel) on your zit. It'll clear up in no time.

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