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Do you still believe in Santa?

Posted Jan 5, '13 at 9:40am

winmaster1

winmaster1

637 posts

No, I do not, I see my dads oily face in Santa's costume

 

Posted Jan 6, '13 at 2:36am

dragonball05

dragonball05

1,571 posts

If Santa was real, the speed at which he would have to travel to reach every person celebrating Christmas in one night would result in all the reindeer, Santa, the sled and the presents bursting into flames due to the extreme air friction.

Oh come now. Magic. Duh.

And of course I believe in Santa. How else could there be so much Christmas joy? His magic belly full of jolliness and cookies brightens the whole month into becoming so much more. He's definitely real.

He's so real, he transcends a physical form in our dimension.

 

Posted Jan 6, '13 at 2:43am

poringslasher

poringslasher

40 posts

believe in santa's magic you muggle :3

 

Posted Jan 7, '13 at 4:26pm

GandalftheGrey666

GandalftheGrey666

1,791 posts

I believed till I was 10,then I caught my parents putting the present under the tree.Thanks to Coca-Cola,who filmed a commercial with a bearded man sharing presents to kids,the legend of Santa was born.Like Steven Colbert would say:

Santa only has time to share presents in one country,America.

 

Posted Jan 9, '13 at 1:02am

Bobthebest

Bobthebest

28 posts

Do we even really know? From birth we are told to believe in Santa and there are hundreds of Santas in the U.S.
But why not believe? It gives us another thing to hope for, and as we all know, the world needs hope.

 

Posted Jan 9, '13 at 1:50am

phsycomonkey

phsycomonkey

657 posts

Santa visits me every third Thursday of a month and we sit in my garage drinking a couple of beers. The truth behind him is all he does is brainwash parents into buying what they do. Using modern technology he also influences what streams in front of them and uses media to help control what they buy as well.The naughty list was destroyed in 1963 after Santa realized there is not enough coal in the world to suffice for the amount of bad things done so instead he now encourages forgiveness (Which is really just his laziness). So ultimately Santa is always on vacation and doesn't have to go anywhere on Christmas.

 

Posted Jan 9, '13 at 8:57am

Bobthebest

Bobthebest

28 posts

Santa visits me every third Thursday of a month and we sit in my garage drinking a couple of beers. The truth behind him is all he does is brainwash parents into buying what they do. Using modern technology he also influences what streams in front of them and uses media to help control what they buy as well.The naughty list was destroyed in 1963 after Santa realized there is not enough coal in the world to suffice for the amount of bad things done so instead he now encourages forgiveness (Which is really just his laziness). So ultimately Santa is always on vacation and doesn't have to go anywhere on Christmas

That is messed on sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo many levels.

 

Posted Jan 9, '13 at 1:59pm

partydevil

partydevil

5,109 posts

But why not believe? It gives us another thing to hope for, and as we all know, the world needs hope.

if we are going to believe things so we can get hope. (hope for what?)
then the most ridicules things are going to be argued true. like santa or the care bears.

 

Posted Jan 9, '13 at 2:45pm

SSTG

SSTG

11,115 posts

Knight

WHat's the difference? Je$u$, and $anta are two imaginary people.
I'd rather believe (pretend to) in Santa because he's a funny guy while Je$u$ is a hippie telling people to become hobos so...

 

Posted Jan 9, '13 at 4:05pm

NocturnalFane

NocturnalFane

5 posts

WHat's the difference? Je$u$, and $anta are two imaginary people.
I'd rather believe (pretend to) in Santa because he's a funny guy while Je$u$ is a hippie telling people to become hobos so...

Except that Jesus was a true person who lived around 2000 years ago and that there's a Santa in the Northern Finland. So basically they aren't imaginary.

Now that's a whole another story are they the kind of people we describe them to be. Imo Jesus wasn't a magical incarnation nor does Santa use magical sleigh to go for a 'Xmas Chimney Cleanup World Tour' every year.

 
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