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They also make and sell "keys" that you leave hanging beside the door for Santa. They look like old fashioned skeleton keys but are plastic and far too big to fit in most any lock, the card they come on explains that this is a magical key that can only be used by Santa to open your door on Christmas Eve so you don't have to worry about robbers, etc. I'm just waiting to have some well read child ask me why we are selling clearly very magical items for only $2 at work, I am prepared with the answer that these are items Santa makes and he makes many many of them and asks us to sell them cheaply so that all families can afford one. Then of course I will have to explain that Santa Clause Inc. has had to outsource much of its workforce to China as the item in question is clearly stamped "made in China".

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Alright, so Santa keeps a record of the "naughty" kids each "year".......... and the year doesn't begin until January 1st........that leaves 6 days after Christmas and before New years day that's undocumented by him. That means nothing you do in that time can be held against you.

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They also make and sell "keys" that you leave hanging beside the door for Santa. They look like old fashioned skeleton keys but are plastic and far too big to fit in most any lock, the card they come on explains that this is a magical key that can only be used by Santa to open your door on Christmas Eve so you don't have to worry about robbers, etc. I'm just waiting to have some well read child ask me why we are selling clearly very magical items for only $2 at work, I am prepared with the answer that these are items Santa makes and he makes many many of them and asks us to sell them cheaply so that all families can afford one. Then of course I will have to explain that Santa Clause Inc. has had to outsource much of its workforce to China as the item in question is clearly stamped "made in China".

Good ol' fashion horsefeathers 's cheaper. And doesn't contribute to the trade imbalance!

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