Did the elves got downsized too?

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7 Responses to Did the elves got downsized too?

  1. Kathy says:

    Or “Adults who think kids believe in Santa Claus”

  2. Stripe says:

    New Wikilieaks documents reveal Santa’s secrets. Among other things, he pays his elves in candy canes, then denies them dental coverage.

  3. johanges says:

    > pays his elves in candy canes, then denies them dental coverage

    Hey! That’s one of the major sub-plots of the TV-special “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”. Remember the elf Hermey, who is an outcast because he wanted to be a dentist? Quite a racket “Santa” has going there…

  4. Westicle says:

    Shouldn’t the axes be switched? As more kids believe in Santa, more retail sales are made?

    • Sam says:

      Think of it this way. Belief comes from the evidence of toys under the tree. No sales, no toys, no belief in Santa. The sales are causing increasing belief. A good venn diagram to go with this would be milk and cookies paired with breaking and entering. Santa Clause or Cookie Crisp Wolf.

  5. I wonder what is the average age that kids stop believing in Santa. I remember when I was young my mom made me call one of those 976 numbers to “tell santa” what I wanted for xmas. . Of course it was a recording that I was told to leave a message about what I wanted for xmas, then I guess my mom would then retrieve the information at a later time. Unfortunately she told me that I would “talk to Santa” so I kept calling because I wanted to speak to the man himself. I got screamed at and I think it was soon after that that I stopped believing in Santa.

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