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Is burning Santa in the chimney a bad start for the new year?

I had a fake Santa next to the fireplace and it flamed up like a candle and I had to throw it inside the chimney! Is it a bad start for the new year or just another proof of my 71IQ??

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12 Responses to “Is burning Santa in the chimney a bad start for the new year?”

  1. Rebecca R said:

    no that would be awsome

  2. friddydope said:

    I’m not sure but that’s totally hilarious! =]]

  3. 10/3you said:

    LOL omg thats a funny way to start a new year

  4. elise w said:

    the santa has cursed you with bad jewjew! ¬_¬ give me £100000 and i will remove this curse ^_^

  5. CharJ, USA said:

    Haha. Poor Santa!

  6. JO said:

    lmao ..santa is suppose to come down the chimney not go up it in flames .. he will be avoiding your chimney next year hun …..as usual my face hurts from you making me laugh,,thank you xxxxxxxxxxx…. bet it wont affect your year at all but give a few more people a laugh when you tell them what you did !

  7. ginabobina said:

    idk but that is funny

  8. Dr. Tough Love said:

    is the babysitter boring?

  9. DallasHockeyGirl16 said:

    Maybe a bad thing, but if I was there, I would have laughed my head off! Just appologize for the accident and move onto the Easter Bunny! JK!

  10. Voughn said:

    ahha.
    I’d say after the twelve days of X-mas burning Santa Clause is adhering to the Eiphany in January, when X-mas is officially over.
    Put a positive spin out it, Santa was helping you clear out the new with a hot and heated start to the new year. 🙂
    I’m sure Jesus/God (if you believe) could get a laugh out the situation though.

  11. allan p said:

    no it not bad for you but bad start and end for sant .tell other people about this it is very funny.

  12. Helen said:

    omg lol your question make me laugh so much lol you are cute




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