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Title: A Recently Unearthed Memory
Posted: January 11, 2010 (07:03 PM)
When I was young, my parents took me to see Santa Claus at a local mall. I must have been pretty young, because it was before I decided that I was an atheist, and before video games became my primary mode of play. Another reason I must have been pretty young was that I spent several days prior to seeing Santa Claus looking through toy catalogues, writing up very long lists of everything I wanted. Since I was not yet into video games as much as I would be a few years later, the list was predominated by different lego sets. There are at least two different years in which I did this, and each list literally contained several dozen items. I didn't expect Santa to get me everything on the list; I just wanted to give him a wide range of choices. Considering how religiously I did this, I must have actually believed at the time that Santa was the one who got me presents too, instead of my parents.

randxianUser: randxian
Posted: January 12, 2010 (04:43 AM)
Now that you mention it, I can't remember at what point I found out the truth about Santa Claus.


bloomerUser: bloomer
Posted: January 13, 2010 (03:22 AM)
I definitely remember. I had asked for the Jabba the Hutt playset for xmas, that plus 3 other things. I wrote em on a sheet. I later saw the sheet in my parents' bedroom with ticks and crosses next to various items, which made it dispiritingly clear what was going on. I wasn't snooping at the time, and was not a snooping or xmas present spoiling type, I had gone in there to ask them something and they just had the sheet on the bed at the time.

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