Thanks for Nothing, Santa

Who does this Santa guy think he is anyways?

He thinks he can slither down my chimney one night a year and stuff all 5 of our stockings with the most delicious, most scrumptious choices of chocolate available.

Doesn't he know that the mother of the family will feel compelled to display all the yummy candy on a Snowman platter dead-center in the middle of the bar, so that every time she walks into and out of the kitchen she will not only smile at her platter, but grab a candy bar....or two...or three?

Doesn't Santa know that because of his stocking stuffing, he not only promotes impulsiveness for the mother, but is also now the sole reason as to why the mother needs to go on a diet?

Thanks a lot, Santa.

Really appreciate that.


Stephanie @ My Answered Prayer said...

You sure that's Santa's fault???

Well look at it this way....being at school you don't eat as much right?

lisa@littlesliceoflife said...

I guess Santa doesn't realize the chocolate is a problem what with him being a fat, jolly elf and all that.

Mandy said...

I have the same problem with Santa . . . and Cupid . . . and the Easter Bunny . . . and whoever brings all the candy at Halloween. The Boogyman, maybe?

I am a sucker for season candy. Total sucker! It is the same candy that is available all year, but something about it being wrapped in the festival holiday wrappings! Gets me every time!

Libby said...

hehe. thats a cute post