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This week, our Teen Pulse staffers took a trip back in time and each, as if they were little kids again, wrote a letter to Santa describing what they wanted for Christmas years ago.
I hope you have had a good year making all those toys. How is Mrs. Claus? For Christmas this year I would really like a Harry Potter life-size broomstick and a German shepherd puppy.
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This Christmas I would like a few things. First of all, I wish for a unicorn. I don’t know how many unicorns you have, so it’s OK if you drop off a pony instead. Please make sure it is no taller than five feet because I would like to ride it. I also wish for a glitter nail polish set. Finally, I would like to ask you a favor. I’m sure you know the Tooth Fairy very well. Could you please ask her to visit me sometime? She always writes me nice letters, and I think that she and I would make the best of friends.
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I know you are super busy delivering presents to all the kids in the world, but once again I would like to ask you for something special this Christmas. This year I would really love one of two things: either the Carnegie Brontosaurus, or the Lego Star Wars AT-TE. Both would be absolutely amazing! You know how much my brother and I love to play with dinosaurs and Lego, and as I hope you’ve made a note of, I’ve been on my best behavior all year. Anyway, Merry Christmas Santa. Please send my regards to Mrs. Claus, Rudolph, all the other reindeer and all your hardworking elves up there at the North Pole.
P.S. I hope you like the cookies and milk!
Owen Bradbury Aranda
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Dear Santa Claus,
I know I haven’t quite been the angel you wanted me to be this year, but I hope you still get me something. The thing I want most of all is a big sword, and not some plastic one. I would like a real-life sword that a knight would use. Say “hi” to your reindeer for me.
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I honestly don’t really care what I get for Christmas. As long as you include something big, green, winged and fire-breathing, I’ll be happy, and I’m pretty sure you know a few guys who could get one of those. Throw in some superpowers, a few bucks, a mansion, a computer and, hey, why not world peace?
Oh, also, a set of drawing markers, pencils and one of those Play-Doh, mushable erasers would be cool.