I have heard many stories about how Santa use to walk the face of this earth. Many people tell the tale of how Santa was a normal man that was bored and that he dressed up and made gifts for people. But then one day he was having a problem and was never discovered again. I dont know the real deal...
Of course you can still get presents - other people give them to you! But if you don't believe, you won't get anything from Santa.
he has a specific route he follows every year according to the time zones
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Halloween is celebrating the devil. When somebody knocks your door at Halloween and then they ask for candy and then you open the door, it's like opening the door for the devil. As you might know, the devil uses many different costumes to disguise himself and trick people. That's just the same id...
Santa Claus is fictional.
In Australia, Santa is best known as Santa Claus, and less commonly referred to as "Father Christmas" and "Saint Nick." He will come while children are sleeping and will put presents under the tree. Usually, people will leave a glass of milk along with cookies, and sometimes carrots for the reind...
nothing because if they did get stuff they would be spoiled to the bone hahahahahahahahahahaha
In English speaking countries, it is Santa Claus or Father Christmas, which would be the same in Australia. In Sweden, for instance, it is Jultomten! Other names, depending on the country and language, are Saint Nicholas, Saint Nick, Kris Kringle, Father Christmas, or simply Santa.
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Traditions are those processes that are given to new generations by old generations.It (tradition)exists for a long time,while customs are very short processes that are made & finished.
The days before New Year's Eve are the time of celebration and joy.
Cultural Celebrations Even in America, different regions have different traditions. However, a few examples of Christmas around the world might include ... Christmas in Germany In Germany, as in many European countries, the Christmas season picks up with December 6th, St. Nicholas's Day. On De...
There is no 'should' in the number of gifts received or given. Christmas for christians is not about gifts and presents. Or at least it should not be. Other religions do not recognise Christmas so would not receive any gifts.
Santa usually gives gifts to good children on the Christmas Eve.
NORAD, of North American Radar Tracking System fame, have been making their Santa Tracker available to the public at large since 1955. Unfortunately, it is only accessible from the beginning of December each year. If I am not mistaken (and I may be) the route CHANGES from year to year.
It started in Holland. When a child was bad they got a lump of coal, but if they were good they got a small toy, cookies or candy. There was a pervasive belief in the mid 19th century that if you were poor it was because you or your ancestors did bad things. They were poor because God was puni...
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About 4,500 years ago Christmas was created, as part of the fertility religions in Babylon, under other names, by the sorceress and self-made goddess, Ishtar/Easter/Semiramis, The Queen of Heaven: The wife, mother and queen of King Nimrod, whom she also called the sun god after his dismemberment ...
Santa Claus is a figure in France. He's known as Pere Noel and he is said to deliver gifts to all the good girl and boys. The children leave carrots and hay in their shoes, and Pere Noel (Santa) comes at night and exchanges the reindeer food for presents. :)
He lights a Jack O' Lantern and he throws it in the road, And the kids all start a-screaming as the lantern does explode, But the parents of those kiddies hold old Santa to the ground; And now St. Nick is quite surrounded, and Hallowe'en is safe and sound.