Rudolph is a Girl Reindeer?
Did Santa know what he was doing when he gave all his reindeer guy names? Hes a pretty smart guy but all his reindeer are females. Dont let Rudolphs name fool you. Or am I fooling you?
Do you think Santa knew Rudolph was a female reindeer when he named her? I mean, Santa's a pretty smart guy. He can visit millions of houses in one night, he doesn't get lost along the way and he even knows how to get back up a chimney. So when he gave his reindeer guy names did he know they are all girls?
There's a simple explanation for it. You see, both male and female reindeers grow antlers, unlike any of the other deer families. Male reindeer lose their antlers at the beginning of the winter, around November or the beginning of December. Females, on the other hand, keep their antlers until they give birth in the spring. There's a slight chance that one, or even two, of Santa's team are male if one (or two) of them is taking a heck of a lot longer to lose his antlers than normal. That means, there's as much a chance of Rudolph being male as there is of Britney Spears stopping by your house for Christmas dinner.
What do you think? Are Santa's reindeer males? Santa had to know what he was doing when he named them. Since they can find their way around the world without asking for directions, that's enough to convince me they're all female. Take our poll and see if others think Santa's reindeer are female.
Ummmmm.... maybe it's a girl or maybe not!
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No, I think Rudolph is a guy because Santa had male reindeer. So, Rudolph had to be one because Santa is a homie that is really fat like a sumo wrestler.
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Last week I wrote about two guys who went a little crazy wrapping the same gift every year in Pant Exchange. According to my sources, that story is true. I still might have to see the urn to believe it for myself.
Here are last week's poll results:
Which One of These Stories is Made up?
The story was soooo exaggerated: 40 percent
It really happened: 40 percent
I don't know: 20 percent