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Posted 12/26/14 , edited 12/26/14
about 13 or 14
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Wait, santa isn't real?
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SportingNightRaid wrote:


LittleSquid wrote:

I found out what Santa Clause originally came from when I was 14, I think.


I guess I'm not the only one that stopped believing at this age.


Looks to be this way. As long as it doesn't hurt your life in some way or another, I don't see why finding out too early is reasonable. I will admit that I sort of began to realize something was up a couple years earlier, but I'm a dreamer, and well, you know haha

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When I was like 9. I woke up early like "hell yeah Santa came!"...I go downstairs and see my mom and dad bringing out presents from the closet...not too quiet about it as well...then they told me. Definitely heartbroken at that point.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=1k8craCGpgs#t=200

But I think it was when I was 11...I just didn't care after that point, as I was like, "Oouu presents~!" and got some toys to play with or a new game. Ah good times.

I still believe in the Hogfather and no one can change that~
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Like 6 or so. When your present is in a closet in an Amazon package sent to your mom, you know that Santa doesn't exist.
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Before I even knew who he is, where I used to live-

There ain't a chubby gringo that can sneak into our homes nor did he ever gave me presents during my youth.
Believe it or not, some people can actually separate a fine line between the truth and child's play.
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i never believed to begin with

and if i ever have kids i will not teach them about it either
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i dont remeber actually ever believing in santa but i rember being forced in elementary to write letters to him. i thought i was the only one who thought it was weird to write to someone i knew didnt exist well to the extent of what the media portrayed him as. i do believe in a man named saint nick who did give gifts but certaintly not the one who rode on a slay with flying reindeer.
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About the time of high school I believe, but deep down i still believe in the idea of him and what he stood for.
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Pfft. You don't believe in Santa? That story's legitimate.
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Posted 12/26/14
Probably around 12-13 or so.
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Posted 12/27/14

SportingNightRaid wrote:


LittleSquid wrote:

I found out what Santa Clause originally came from when I was 14, I think.


I guess I'm not the only one that stopped believing at this age.
It actually took me long to realize this because back when I was 10 I asked for a Santa signature. Turns out it was a prank by my parents all along.


Oooo.... that's cruel :p
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i never actually believed in santa lol.
every year my parents were just like "oh here's some presents for you" *shoves boxes in my face*
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I was a strange kid. I would never sleep in my bed, but in the doorway of my bedroom instead; out in the hall. I woke up and looking down the hallway I saw my parents putting the presents out under the tree in the living room. I do not remember being surprised however.
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