Was Anyone Here Ever Afraid of Santa?

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    I was... Meaning the Santa in stores, not the other one.. In fact I feared Santa as much as I feared the doctor.
     
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    I assume you are referring to the chubby guy in the Red Suit vs St.Nick! Maybe something to do with.."were you a good little girl?" :p:
     
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    i was.
    i think it was because right from the start (around 4 or 5 yrs old), somehow i knew the guy at the mall or dept store was not the "real" santa, but some strange guy letting kids sit on his lap. it just creeped me out.
     
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    I can relate to that. LOL
     
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    Nope, but we always went to the State Street Marshall Field's, which always had the jolliest Santa. Now, don't get me started on clowns, :eek2: I still don't like them much!
     
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    Clowns, ventriloquist dummies, and porcelain dolls actually any kind of creepy looking doll...:eek2: :eek2: :eek2:
     
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    Agreed! Scary!
     
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    He's watching you all the time. He knows wether you've been good or bad. You know that's not sanctioned in the Patriot Act. :D
     
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    I was watching Montel one afternoon, when his guest was Syliva Brown (lover her). I think the theme of that show was hauntings, I forget now. Anyway, this woman had a doll that she thought was haunted. She used to keep it in a box in her closet because it creeped her out so much. I forget why she thought is was evil, exactly, however, I do remember her being distraught over the fact that her husband didn't take her seriously and put the doll in their bed when she was in the shower to freak her out. :D



    Santa.... never afraid of him, always trying to prove he/they were a frauds. Typical kid I suppose.
     
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    I was terrified of ventriloquist dummies when I was little (like 3 or 4). Whenever one would appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show" or any of variety shows that were on television back in those days, I'd run out of the living room screaming and crying.

    Now that I'm older, I'm not afraid of dummies, in fact, I've run into a few during my travels.... :) :) :)
     

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