Not Just Children Believe in Santa Claus

Santa‘Twas the season of Christmas and Chanukah, and Alan and his wife were at the mall.  They saw the mall Santa Claus, and they decided to get into the line.  Of course, the line consisted mostly of young children and their parents.

When they got to the front of the line, Santa looked at Alan (and his grey hair) with obvious confusion and said, “What do you want?”  Alan, a Jewish man, said he wanted to sit on Santa’s lap and slipped him a $20.

Santa obliged, a photo was taken, and that year’s holiday greeting card was in production.

Hallmark, you’ve more than met your match.

  • Santa and his $20.

    • TheBigMilkshake

      Indeed, this Christmas, when Santa asks you what you want for Christmas, you can ask him for $20. For sure he has it.

  • Sean

    Heeeehaaa santa’s that cheap!

    • TheBigMilkshake

      Cost of Living isn’t that hi in the North Pole I guess, except for perhaps heating oil. Still, it was in the 1980s.

  • Susan Orlins

    I love this. I want a photo with Santa. Maybe I can find one outdoors in Times Square.

    • TheBigMilkshake


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