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You let your son think there is a Santa even when there is none? This is what you get. Crushing a Childs dream of Santa's existence. Now he will go up to you and say, how come you did not tell me when I was younger?

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

My parents never expressly told me that there was no Santa and I turned out fine. In fact most of the people I know just figured it out for themselves by the time they started school without their parents telling them. It's really a test of logic and deductive reasoning, if you can't figure it out without someone expressly telling you then there is reason for concern. That's just my personal feelings.

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  CitizenSnipz  |  0

I remember the conversation that led my to the truth when I was only 6. "How does Santa get everyone presents in one night?" "He's magic." "Then how come I saw you putting presents under the tree last night?" I was actually happy that it was my parents and not Santa. It made me feel good they were behind it the whole time.

By  DrAwesome  |  6

Don't you mean that your DAUGHTER is 11 and your daughter is 6?

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  monnanon  |  13

That seems to be quite a common thing albeit creepy. I got a set with two little boxes when my son was born, one was for the first lock of hair that is cut off at the hairdressers and one is for the first tooth. Im not sure how i feel about keeping a tooth tbh :S I know people that have kept the bit of the umbilical chord that comes off, thats pretty sick for me.

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  DocBastard  |  38

Am I now? Can you please explain (in English, if you could) how me a dumbass? Sorry about the grammar there, but I figured I would phrase it so kman could understand.

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