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Christmas Day

Christmas is the Christian holiday that celebrates the day when Christ was born. Today, December 25th has taken on a bit of a different spin, with Jolly Ol' St. Nick bringing toys to all the girls and boys of the world on this December holiday. Back to Article

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Airbell11
Airbell11 wrote:
2011-09-24 08:47:17 -0700

i don't believe in santa. i've tried in 1 and 2 grade he nver came so i knew it was a lie parents made.i mean how an sumone survive in the north pole with out any enrgy. u can't use solar power it's to dark. he can't go down the chimney because here is a slant in the chimney that would break your neck.it's not possible in 1 night to go around the world, but it's cool that google has the santa tracker.

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musicfunlover1
musicfunlover1 wrote:
2011-09-23 16:23:45 -0700

i love Christmas! it brings joy to children around the world. every Christmas, i donate usually about 20 - 30ish toys to Toys For Tots. then, i enjoy Christmas, knowing i made some little children happy.

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