Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by 2O9ESE, Dec 24, 2012.
How did you discover that one of the most important people in your childhood was a lie?
Some asshole at school told me. Seniors in HS can be so cruel.
married with children episode where that fucker fell of the helicopter and landed in their backyard
I put hidden tape recorders inside the christmas tree & placed VHS tapes on my door handle so that when santa came in to fill my stocking. The tapes would crash on the floor and wake me up.
Thats how I found out. I was maybe 9 or 10.
My older sister told me when I was like 5. Bitch.
By this thread, actually. This is going to be a difficult holiday. Thanks...
Dad told me when I was 4.
A substitute teacher told my class in 4th grade, what a bitch
Santa is fake?!?!?!
My mom told me but since I have little cousins who still believe my parents give me extra presents and say there from Santa as long as I don't tell my cousins that he's fake
One of my friends told me when I was like 6.
Its kind of sad to say, but as long as i can remember i knew santa was fake. When i was in kindergarden i already knew he was fake. My sister whos three years older probably told me...bitch! Haha.
Santa was just another TV character to me while growing up. My parents would tell us that they got us the presents.
I caught Santa in my room in the middle off the night and when I opened my present there was a dick in the box.
I've thought about this over the years and I can't remember. I do remember it being pretty young. I had an older sister so I'm pretty sure she crushed my dreams.
I remember my dad telling me at a really young age. Not just santa either tooth fairy, easter bunny all horseshit. Good times.
I had friends with older siblings that told us when we were in 2nd grade. But through the years I have witnessed the spirit of Santa through the selfless acts of others during the xmas season. Just today I saw a woman take off her coat and give it to a homeless lady.
Lol. That's a classic. I need to watch that on Christmas.
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