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View Poll Results: Wrapped or Un-Wrapped?
Wrapped 82 82.00%
Un-Wrapped 18 18.00%
Santa leave presents!? I only got coal! 0 0%
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Wrapped or Un-Wrapped?

Question: Does Santa bring presents wrapped or unwrapped?

When I was a child ( 0-18 ) Santa always left presents unwrapped. I grew up with two brothers and Santa would leave his presents with tags attached to unwrapped presents. So how did Santa leave presents for you?
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dvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the tree
gotta go with wrapped unless they are in the stocking.
Though I do like that tv show unwrapped
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most wrapped however larger things like a bike, or fishin rod, or something would be near the tree unwrapped and with a big bow on it.


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Always wrapped. My folks didn't promote Santa, so their names were all over everything.
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Always wrapped. My folks didn't promote Santa, so their names were all over everything.
Maybe if you left cookies...

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My father used to watch the old biblical movies, like The Ten Commandments and Sampson and Delilah and tell us they weren't true. I had to learn about Santa on the school bus.
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My father used to watch the old biblical movies, like The Ten Commandments and Sampson and Delilah and tell us they weren't true. I had to learn about Santa on the school bus.
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dvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the tree
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I always like my presents wrapped. It's more fun that way! Everyone tears into the wrapping paper and then my dog runs and jumps into the huge pile.
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i throw the paper for the cat
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