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Is Santa Real?

Posted on 25th November 2013
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Is Santa Real?   Yes he is, we shout out load!

Clown Logo of Karnival Costumes your Halloween specialists for Fancy Dress and Costume AccessoriesSo how do you answer those questions that your children will invariably raise with you at Christmas?  You know the ones, those tricky little questions that spring into their minds as you try to complete your shopping and you come across yet another Santa standing in the street or sitting in his grotto. Get the answers right and you’ll help prolong the age on innocence creating even more magical Christmas memories.
Well, there is good news in that you’re not the first parent to face this line of questioning and help is at hand! So as we come close to opening the first box on the advent calendar and the big countdown properly begins at Karnival Costumes we thought we’d help out and provide some of the answers that you’ll need. And we’ll be providing these with every Santa Suit and Father Christmas costume that we provide from our huge selection.
So here’s the big question is Santa real? Well, the answer is simple.  Yes he is and if you chose not to believe us take a look through the following questions that you’ll likely to be asked and then the answers that we know are true and then you’ll be able to make your own mind up.
Q. If Santa is real and he’s the only one, how come you see lots of Father Christmas’ in shopping centers, shops and garden centres?
A. The real Santa is too busy in November and December preparing for Christmas Eve so he sends out his team of helpers that you might spot. Sometimes you’ll meet the real Santa and sometimes it's a Santa's helper but it's very difficult to tell, and don’t worry about your Running Santas in costumes from a selection at Karnival Costumespresent wish list not being heard by Santa as all of his helpers report back to him on everything you say to them.
Q. How does Santa get his big belly down the chimney?  How will Santa deliver my presents if we don’t have a chimney for him to come down?
A. Santa uses a lot of magic whilst delivering all of the presents around the world. So don't worry if you don't have a chimney as he’ll use his magic powers, including his magic key if you haven’t left him one, to get in and leave your presents for you.
Q. How come I don't wake up when he’s delivering our presents?
A. Santa has had many years of experience in delivering presents and he makes sure that he’s very, very quiet and doesn’t wake anybody up! Although no-one has actually seen Santa delivering his presents, some children have said they've heard his sleigh bells ringing in the distance after he's been.
Q. Should we leave a glass of milk and a mince pie for Santa? Would he like something different and how does he manage to eat and drink everything that’s been left out for him in every house?
A. Santa is very grateful for anything that is left out for him to eat and drink although he is often full and when this is the case, he usually just takes a nibble or he’ll take something back with him for his helpers and the elves. But, as it’s a hungry business flying around the world delivering presents, he’ll usually manage to eat and drink everything to keep his strength up!
Q. And does Rudolph really eat all those carrots everyone leaves out for him?
A. Well its not just Rudolph pulling Santa’s sleigh so all the reindeers get to enjoy the carrots you leave out. And like Santa himself, they need all of the energy that they can get to pull his sleigh.
Q. If Santa delivers all of the presents on Christmas Eve, what does he do for the rest of the year?
A. the first thing he does after the Christmas rush is to take a short holiday and then its straight back to preparing the Naughty and Nice lists, checking on what toys he has left and then he starts planning for next year’s big delivery.
Q. How do I get my letter to Santa?
A. There are a number of ways to get your Christmas letter to Santa Claus, you can ask a parent to put it in the fireplace so it goes up the chimney and then on to Santa’s workshop or you can leave it on the mantelpiece where Santa can read it.  If you would like to send him your letter, you can but you’ll need his address for the envelope so here it is; Santa’s Grotto, Reindeerland, SAN TA1. Santa will respond to as many letters as possible, in between getting the sleigh ready for the long journey on Christmas Eve although he will need your help by providing him with a stamp and your address. And as he will be very busy, it’s best to get your letter to him in his grotto before 14th December.
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