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About two years ago i stop beliving Santa because of my fater hand writing
and that gave it so away and then ever since my hopes gave up on me because then i knew it would always be my dad and not Santa.....

Miranda Thompson
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I used to believe father christmas travelled by the internet.

christmas loser
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Once when I still believed in Santa and the Tooth Fairy I lost a tooth on Christmas Eve. My mom told me the Tooth fairy would probably be too tired to take my tooth. It turned out that she was right. I really was a bit disappointed, but surprised how my mom called it. I was 8 then and now I no longer believe in either Santa or the Tooth Fairy.Lol

Anon
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My sister believed that Santa was real. She always said, "I have the proof!" To this day I still don't know what she was talking about. (She is 18 now)

Bijan
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santa clause lived on the moon

audrey
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I used to believe that if you were not in bed on christmas night, Santa would arrive and not give you any presents.

Anon
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I used to believe that santa claus existed

Anahi Bermejo
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When I was a little boy, I believed in Santa Claus… At every Christmas, we gathered all my family to spend a few days together. When the parents wanted to put the gifts under the Christmas' tree, they would tell us to go in our room during two minutes. But one day, I hid under the dinner table and I saw them who were putting the Christmas' gifts under the fir. I was highly sad… Even now when I see a Christmas movie, I remenber this moment.

OAa6
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I used to think it was illegal to send Christmas cards to neighbours if you didn't know them properly!

Anon
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I used to believe that Christmas gifts are came from Santa Claus and our parents told us that Santa is who brought the gifts in our home.

Chris
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Since our house didn't have a chimney, I though that Santa Claus came in through our basement. It had a door to the outside, I figured he came through that. Why he just didn't use the front door, I'll never know!

Maggie, NJ
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I used to believe in the "Christkind"- the Austrian version of Santa Claus- the new born child. It seemed to be an angel which brought the presents to me and then flew away into the sky.

Ines Hoellinger
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Once in second grade my friend told me that she had heard the jingle bells of "Santa's" sleigh on top of her roof on Christmas Eve.

Now in seventh grade we both know the truth about "Santa Clause".

I have to say though it was fun in my younger years believing in him!

Even though I know he's not real, I tried in the last few years to convince my parents that I really believed so I could get more presents...I know its a naughty idea but it really did work for two more years before they found out what my plan had been!

agh8475
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i never thought there was a monster under my bed or in my closet i thought there was snakes in mushrooms though. i found out when i was 12 that my parents never supported the fact of my belief in santa claus(e) it was school that made me believe in him. now isn't that a shame?

vrsh
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when i was four i used to believe that santa claus was a murderer on the loose and da presents were stolen an he gave dem out coz he wanted every1 else 2 get da blame 4 it

sensible monkies shouldn't play with otha monkies monkiy
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When I was little my older brother was showing me the saints book with all the saints in it and stuff. Then he flipped the page to St. Nicholas, then I asked how he came in all of our homes in one night if he's dead. I asked this because it said the years from when he was alive then dead. He told me that his spirit just flows through all of our chimneys. Then I got scared and said, "that is freaky"

Katie
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I used to believe that christmas oriments were to keep Santa Claus company.

Torrie
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I used to believe in Santa, easter bunny and the tooth fairie. I used to believe that I would be a supermodel.

Mayara Rodrigues, RJ - Brasil
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I used to think santa claus loockt at me from the sky .

Anon
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When i was in first grade i was the only one who DIDNT believe in Santa Clause. I guess my parents were very into anti-commercialism of Christmas. I also remember that some other kid told the lunch lady on me for it. And a girl in my class' proof was that Santa was at her best friend's Christmas party every year.

Rachel Gabrielle
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