A sign of the times. by raistlin


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raistlin
Marion and I were watching a member of the local rotary club dressed as santa chatting to children and handing out goodies today in Wolverhampton city centre as we took a well earned rest and had a coffee.

Most seemed thrilled to meet santa, other than one little tyke, knee high to a grasshopper, who took the proffered gift before yelling

"********* off and leave me alone you dirty old paedo."

At which juncture, the brat's minder, I hesitate to say parent, added "well said son. Now, kick him where it hurts"

I wonder if santa is paid danger money.
Paul

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Posted 23 Nov 2013, 19:20 #1 

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Mick
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Perhaps one day a right minded individual will have the opportunity to shove the the brat up it's minder arse. Whence it no doubt came.

Posted 23 Nov 2013, 19:55 #2 

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Trebor
Presumably the gift was free otherwise they would not have been anywhere near the bearded one
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Posted 23 Nov 2013, 21:58 #3 

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MrDoodles
Lovely! :(
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Posted 24 Nov 2013, 09:40 #4 

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woolleysox
If they think that why take to little To see Santa in the first place . It's a sad sad world .
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Posted 24 Nov 2013, 21:28 #5 

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He (santa) was walking round the plaza Rob. Not a static santa.
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Posted 24 Nov 2013, 21:39 #6 


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