The nice thing about kindergarten is that everyone can be Rudolph.
When kids grow up there seem to be more Dashers and Dancers and Prancers and Vixens and Comets and Cupids and Donners and Blitzens than Rudolphs.
note: I used to be a Rudolph, but now I’m a Santa.
double note: the Peruvian Santa on the left wanted to say “He he he!“, but us other Santas explained that it was “Ho ho ho!” in all the languages we knew.
Today I started to dethaw the rock hard frozen turkey I plan on partially eating on Christmas, … other people have planned to partially eat it too! If it was up to me, I’d impartially eat it all by myself: turkey is that good.
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I bet claustrophobics were happy when cell phones came out.
No more squeezing into small phone booths.
Now, if only something could be done about photo booths and elevators.
note: Do claustrophobics prefer cremation over burial?
double note: If you are afraid of Santa, are you a “Santa Claustrophobic”?
(I thought the “Santa” comment was original, but again I was disappointed)
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