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    I never believed/Parents didn't do santa!
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    WHAAT? HE'S NOT REAL?
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    What age did you stop 'believing'?

    I was quite late I think, probably about 10, but had doubts probably until 2 years before.
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    Believing in what?
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    This should be fun. :woo:
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    You mean Santa isn't real?
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    if your talkin about religion, then 2 months ago. if santa claus then 1 week ago. theres more evidence for the existence of santa than off a god
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    (Original post by DJkG.1)
    This should be fun. :woo:
    Thats the idea. Also include how you 'found out'. :P
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    believing in yourself?
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    (Original post by Charzhino)
    believing in yourself?
    Look at the first post.
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    What if i told you my father is santa claus?
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    (Original post by Something_Ironic)
    What if i told you my father is santa claus?
    :eek:
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    Believing in what? Santa?

    I done the last one just for the lulz
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    You should have made more clear that you were taling about santa.
    I never believed, my parents used to buy our presents with us and then put then under the xmas tree. I used to ask them to pretend santa gave us the presents but they werent bothered :dontknow:
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    Ah ok, that was a bit obvious :o:. I had my doubts at about 9/10, but I didn't fully stop believing until I was 11. I was in year 7 :yep:
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    7ish. My mum tried to bull**** me about it for two more years, until, when I was 9, I stayed up to catch her taking the stuff downstairs to the tree. I succeeded. She was like "WTF?". I lold.
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    (Original post by katyness)
    You should have made more clear that you were taling about santa.
    I never believed, my parents used to buy our presents with us and then put then under the xmas tree. I used to ask them to pretend santa gave us the presents but they werent bothered :dontknow:
    Sorry, thought it would be obvious.
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    Man who are the 2 people's whos parents never told them about santa. And more to the point who are your parents Mr and Mrs scrooge!

    "Bah Humbug!":
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    hmm past 10 I think. Maybe 11 or so. Quite late. I was voluntarily in denial - didn't want the magic to end.

    My kids are 5, 3, and 1, and the eldest two very firmly believe in santa (the baby has no clue either way of course).
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    (Original post by k9ruby)
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    Indeed
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    (Original post by PinkMobilePhone)
    hmm past 10 I think. Maybe 11 or so. Quite late. I was voluntarily in denial - didn't want the magic to end.

    My kids are 5, 3, and 1, and the eldest two very firmly believe in santa (the baby has no clue either way of course).
    I was exactly the same
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    (Original post by Seentje)
    Nobody in my country believe in santa, they all believe in a guy from Spain called Sinterklaas who comes on the 5th of december to let his black piet negro slaves throw candy at children

    Lol wtf?!?!
 
 
 
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