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I would be sobbing too if a kid had enough strength to rip every one of Santa's hairs out of their follicles. Imagine the pain! . . .That IS what happened, right?

I never understood the draw of taking your young children to sit on a stranger's lap. In what other situation would this be ok?

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I told my sisters that Santa has a lot of helpers to visit the children since he can't be everywhere at once. It worked extremely well.

I would be sobbing too if a kid had enough strength to rip every one of Santa's hairs out of their follicles. Imagine the pain! . . .That IS what happened, right?

You could try explaining to the kids that it wasn't the real Santa as he's busy preparing to deliver all the presents?

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That's what I tell my daughter. All the Santa's and Easter Bunnies in the shopping centres are just "helpers" because the real ones are far too busy organizing presents/eggs.

I think Noor was talking about the "lies" surrounding Santa's beard. I mean, think about it: a man St. Nick's age would NEVER have a beard as long and flowing as that. He would be a balding, beardless golden oldie with type 2 diabetes! It's only logical.

I never understood the draw of taking your young children to sit on a stranger's lap. In what other situation would this be ok?

This is one of those "Santa can't be everywhere at once, so he has helpers who take your Christmas list back to him" moments. Easy damage control. Good luck and Merry Christmas!

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It's also one of those moments the OP could choose to stop to the kid. I doubt that's going to happen though.

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Well, the beard was already pulled down.. Not much to stop after that haha. But yea, there'd be a nice little swat on the rear end waiting for my child. That's not cool.

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