As a little girl climbed onto Santa’s lap, he asked her the usual question, “And what would you like for Christmas?”
The child stared at him open mouthed and horrified for a minute, then gasped: “Didn’t you get my text?”
[forwarded by Cathy Kirkwood]
December is the month when the kids begin to discuss what to get Dad for Christmas. Some insist on a shirt; others a pair of socks, and the argument always ends in a tie.
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Yes the socks used to win in my house….. 🙂
If socks lost their mates as often in your house as they do in mine, the recipients probably appreciated getting new ones each Christmas.
Yes, I think there must have been a pile of lost socks somewhere….. 🙂
Tim has said he wants socks and undies his daughters moan and groan when he said that
so cute )