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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Father Christmas or Santa Clause

You choose?
#2
Father Christmas......everytime:thumbsup:
#3
depends if you're english or not.
Or, if you've been too "Americanized"
#4
Father Christmas, but Santa is easier for typing.
#5
Kris Kringle
#6
Another question: Clause or Claus
#7
Father Christmas
#8
i would have either, they both good looking.
#9
Saint Nick!
#10
in before "why so serious"
#11
Santa :)
#12
Father Christmas
#13
Imaginary!!!!!

Lmfao!
#14
Yes! :-D... When people say santa clause it does my nut in.

Father Christmas all the way lol
#15
Goonieman
Kris Kringle


vengod
Santa :)


FAIL:p
#16
Santa Claus, its closer to the original Dutch 'Sinterklaas' which is connected to Saint Nicholas who is the patron saint of children and is where we get the gift giving tradition from.

Seems more appropriate than 'Father Christmas' which has more connections to pagan festivals than anything to do with present giving or children or families.
#17
Father Christmas
#18
chrishill
Santa Claus, its closer to the original Dutch 'Sinterklaas' which is connected to Saint Nicholas who is the patron saint of children and is where we get the gift giving tradition from.


arnt you boring?








jokes :p
#19
MinstrelMan
arnt you boring?








jokes :p


nope, just pedantic :thumbsup:
#20
Mum & Dad
#21
Has to the the sanity clause :w00t:
#22
chrishill
Santa Claus, its closer to the original Dutch 'Sinterklaas' which is connected to Saint Nicholas who is the patron saint of children and is where we get the gift giving tradition from.

Seems more appropriate than 'Father Christmas' which has more connections to pagan festivals than anything to do with present giving or children or families.


:lazy:







:p
#23
santa
#24
King of Thieves
:lazy:







:p


well you did ask! :santa:
#25
chrishill
well you did ask! :santa:


Only pulling your leg mate, if you want to say Santa Clause or even Sinterklaas then feel free.
'ere, ave a pressie :gift:
#26
King of Thieves
Only pulling your leg mate,


me next, me next! :thumbsup:
#27
MinstrelMan
me next, me next! :thumbsup:


Which leg. Left, right or third?
#28
Babbabooey
depends if you're english or not.
Or, if you've been too "Americanized"


What if your scottish ?

i personally say santa
#29
scotland88
What if your scottish ?

i personally say santa


Then you've been Americanized.
#30
Babbabooey
Then you've been Americanized.


No i havent been anything ized! I jst say what i have always said!!
#31
Babbabooey
Then you've been Americanized.


:lol: over a few too many peoples head that
#32
scotland88
No i havent been anything ized! I jst say what i have always said!!


where do you think the term "Santa" comes from?
#33
Officially with the kids, Father Christmas, but if we're just talking quick about him we call him Santa because it's easier to say - that's what my 7yr old daughter informs me anyway!!
#34
Babbabooey
where do you think the term "Santa" comes from?


The name Santa Claus came from the Dutch version of the name, "Sint Klaas" or "Sinterklaas,"

I think you will find THAT is where it came from !
#35
But you don't say "Sint Klaas" or "Sinterklaas" do you? You say S A N T A, which comes from over the pond.
#36
Babbabooey
But you don't say "Sint Klaas" or "Sinterklaas" do you? You say S A N T A, which comes from over the pond.


no i say santa which comes from my mum who raised me! your such a strange person, arguing over something so insignificant! dont you have anything better to do with yourself ?

oh and it doesnt come from over the pond !!! It comes from the ENGLISH TRANSLATION!!! so their you go!
1 Like #37
scotland88
no i say santa which comes from my mum who raised me! your such a strange person, arguing over something so insignificant! dont you have anything better to do with yourself ?

oh and it doesnt come from over the pond !!! It comes from the ENGLISH TRANSLATION!!! so their you go!


Lol, you're funny, you seem incapable of accepting that you're wrong.
You are the one who's arguing, I made a post and you argued back.

and someone with 2444 posts in 10 months ala you is obviously a busy busy person :whistling:
#38
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Babbabooey
Lol, you're funny, you seem incapable of accepting that you're wrong.
You are the one who's arguing, I made a post and you argued back.

and someone with 2444 posts in 10 months ala you is obviously a busy busy person :whistling:


:?
#39
Babbabooey
Lol, you're funny, you seem incapable of accepting that you're wrong.
You are the one who's arguing, I made a post and you argued back.

and someone with 2444 posts in 10 months ala you is obviously a busy busy person :whistling:


:roll:
#40
The American version of St. Nicholas, or Santa Claus originally came from the Dutch version called Sint Klaas. The Dutch settlers in New Amsterdam (New York) brought this fun and lively tradition (some even say cult) to America.

You lose, go home, farewell
:roll:

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