I went for a walk around the neighborhood last night, and Santa was parading through on a fire engine, tossing candy to the kids lined up along the street sides. I say parading, but this wasn't an actual parade. It was about 8pm, and it was just a couple fire engines with police car escorts. I guess they must announce this on the radio and TV and in the newspapers, because these people all were expecting it and were out in force to see Santa. I was even the recipient of a candy-toss, but whatever it was they tossed to me slipped right through the sewer drain. They couldn't have done it that smoothly if they'd tried. Maybe that was Santa's way of telling me to keep my fluffy bum moving and that I don't need any candy. *sniff*
They do this every year around here, but I can't remember ever seeing this in any other place. Does Santa "come to town" where you live (other than in parades)?
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