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Anonymous 12/4/2020(Sun) 16:16:26 No.35195753


You know his secret weakness is



Anonymous 12/4/2020(Sun) 21:38:06 No.35196731

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Anonymous 12/4/2020(Sun) 21:50:02 No.35196773

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an egg?


Anonymous 12/4/2020(Sun) 21:51:08 No.35196780

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Anonymous 12/4/2020(Sun) 22:00:16 No.35196823

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Is the Spear of Destiny inside the present? Is it now been upgraded to a BFG?


Anonymous 12/4/2020(Sun) 21:51:08 No.35196780

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Years of research confirmed that initial doubt: Santa Claus is an Americanization, all right, but not of a Catholic Saint. . . Despite a century of repetition, this story is simply untrue. . . (Siefker, Phyllis. Santa Claus, Last of the Wild Men: The Origins and Evolution of Saint Nicholas. Jefferson: McFarland & Company, Inc., 1997, pp. 5,7)

The dilemma was solved by transferring the visit of the mysterious man whom the Dutch called Santa Claus from December 5 to Christmas, and by introducing a radical change in the figure itself. It was not merely a "disguise," but the ancient saint was completely replaced by an entirely different character. . .With the Christian saint whose name he still bears, however this Santa Claus has really nothing to do. (Weiser, Francis X. Handbook of Christian Feasts and Customs. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., 1952, p. 114)

Encyclopedia Britannica describes the role of Nordic mythology in the life of Santa:

Some Santa researchers associate Santa with the Norse "god" of Odin or Woden. Crichton describes Odin as riding through the sky on an eight-legged, white horse name Sleipnir. (Santa originally had eight reindeers, Rudolph was nine). Odin lived in Valhalla (the North) and had a long white beard. Odin would fly through the sky during the winter solstice (December 21-25) rewarding the good children and punishing the naughty. (Crichton, Robin. Who is Santa Claus? The Truth Behind a Living Legend. Bath: The Bath Press, 1987, pp. 55-56)


Anonymous 12/4/2020(Sun) 22:06:05 No.35196845

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Lumps of coal?

(For "naughty" mares)

We need some help?

So we need more naughty mares?

>"Wow, that's a lot of stuff. How are we gonna use all this anon?"