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Santa Claus, also known as Father Christmas or Santa (Santy of Irish English), is a mysterious person who quietly presents gifts to children on Christmas Eve.It is one of the representative roles of holiday themes. He is generally regarded as a derivation of the Christian sage, San Nicholas (Saint Nicholas).



It is said that every December 24th night, a mysterious person will fly in the sky by the sleigh pulled by 9 reindeer, and go indoors from chimney into the house, and then put the gift on the bed of the good boy’s bedside socks or pile up under the Christmas tree beside the fireplace. At other times of the year, he was busy making gifts and supervising the behavior of the children.

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Santa Claus

No one has ever seen a mysterious man, but people will dress up like him to give presents to their children. He is often described as an old man, wearing a red hat, big white beard, a red coat, wearing red boots, holding a big bag with a gift, because there are always gifts on Christmas Eve, so accustomed to call him “Santa claus”.



The reindeer of Santa Claus is a reindeer who sled sleigh for Santa Claus.Santa Claus presents gifts to children on Christmas Eve. Santa Claus crawled into the house from the chimney and left the Christmas gifts for the children. The leader of the reindeer is Rudolf (Rudolph), with a red nose that glows. There are 9 of them:


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3.Shoes are waterproof,anti-skid and wear-resistant! You can wear your shoes directly,or you can put the shoes in the cartoon and wear again.The sizes of the shoes are the same.

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Paw Patrol toys ideal for kids this Christmas on Mirror Reader Offers

Paw Patrol are the two words on everyone’s lips this Christmas, but if you’re still struggling to decide which of the themed toys to buy, here’s our round up of all the best from our favorite characters on TV


Christmas is almost here and it’s time to fill up those stockings for the little ones.

In 2016 the hot toy of the year is anything Paw Patrol themed, so there’s no doubt most children’s letters to Santa include a few gifts from the animal rescue team.

Our round-up of the best Paw Patrol themed toys on the market is sure to put a smile on kid’s faces come Christmas morning.

Including offerings for all price ranges and interests, if you’re shopping for a Paw Patrol fanatic, this is the only gift guide you’ll need.


If you’re after other presents for your friends and family, also feel free to check out our other gift ideas, including presents for him, her, kids, foodies and even personalised gift ideas.

This fire truck means they can act out all their favourite Paw Patrol scenes
Kids can play out pup inspired rescue missions with this toy truck fire engine from Paw Patrol.

They’ll want to collect all the characters from the team including Chase, Rubble and Skye so they can save the world one adventure at a time!

It’s Just Not Christmas Without Mickey Mouse

There aren’t too many different things that get me into the holiday spirit, but there is one mouse that does the trick every time. I’m talking about the one, the only, Mickey Mouse. After thoroughly enjoying IDW’s Mickey & Donald’s Christmas Parade, I began to think about the other holiday Mickey Mouse related things that tend to be part of my Christmas tradition. I absolutely adore, Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas, and Mickey’s Christmas Carol, both from Disney.


Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas features three shorts, each one special in their own way: Donald Duck Stuck on Christmas, A Very Goofy Christmas, and Mickey and Minnie’s, The Gift of the Magi. Growing up, this VHS (now DVD) was a staple in our house and included just the right amount of variety to get us in the Christmas spirit. While all three are cute and entertaining, they also include some nice morals such as, treating your elders with respect, being thankful for what you have, and sacrificing for those you love.


Mickey’s Christmas Carol is exactly what it sounds like, and it is my favorite version of Charles Dickens’ classic tale. Besides, the content of the wonderfully meaningful tale, you get to see a bunch of your favorite classic Disney characters play the roles in the book. Some of the characters include Scrooge McDuck who plays, you guessed it…Scrooge, Mickey as Bob Cratchit, Donald as Scrooge’s nephew Fred, Daisy Duck as Scrooge’s first love Isabelle, Minnie Mouse as a silent Mrs. Cratchit, Goofy as the Ghost of Jacob Marley, Jiminy Cricket as the Ghost of Christmas Past, Willie the Giant (from Fun and Fancy Free) as the Ghost of Christmas Present, and Pete as the Ghost of Christmas Future.


With all that said, I hope you’ll tune in to some of these great Disney films this season. There are a wide variety of other Christmas and Holiday themed Disney shorts out there, and most of them are pretty great. Pluto’s Christmas Tree happens to be a particularly funny one. Check that out here, and share some of your favorite Christmas traditions in the comments below.

Also be sure to grab your copy of Mickey & Donald’s Christmas Parade at your local comic book store today.

Santa Claus will be delivering puppies to people’s houses on Christmas

Looks like Santa Claus is taking a rather unusual form this year: That of the Coastal Humane Society.

The animal shelter has announced it’s plan to bring any of it’s numerous adoptable pets to the home of their new families on Christmas Day, hand-delivered by none other than Santa himself.


The Costal Human Society is looking to send its latest group of rescued animals, 35 puppies from Blairsville, Georgia, home for the holidays to loving families. So much so, that they’re promising to make the rescues a little extra special: The shelter will deliver the pet to the home of the adopter on Christmas Day, dressed as Santa or one of his elves.

According to the shelter’s Facebook page, the special promotion begins on Saturday, December 19 when the shelter opens at noon. Adopters can take home the pet then and there if they are approved for adoption, or sign up to have a special delivery made by the good folks from the North Pole on Christmas Day.

The shelter will also offer Christmas Eve pick-up if adopters would like to take home their pet earlier.

While they are thrilled to be offering the “Home for the Holidays Delivery Service” and hope many adopters will take advantage of it, officials from the shelter do warn that “giving a pet as a gift is not always in the best interest of the animal and stress that this special is only for pets that will live in the same household as the person who arranges for the delivery.”


But if your household is stable enough to welcome an animal in desperate need of a home, by all means go for it!

P.S. If you’re not a dog person, but still want to get in on the Christmas magic, worry not — Santa will also be delivering cat and other small animal to good little girls and boys.

Christmas celebrations around the world

TORONTO – There are the Christmas markets in England, Santa parades in South Korea and even Pancho Claus surrounded by children in Texas. The holidays are in full swing around the world.
Take a look at how different countries are celebrating Christmastime.
In downtown Seoul, South Korea, more than 1,000 volunteers clad in Santa Claus costumes throw their hats in the air as they gather to deliver gifts for the poor. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)Christmas

In London, U.K., shoppers flock to the Winter Wonderland attraction in Hyde Park. The temporary festive theme park runs for over six weeks around Christmas and features an ice rink, rides and food and gift stalls. The attraction runs every day except Christmas until Jan. 5. (Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

Palestinian children dressed up as Santa Claus pose for a photograph at Manger Square, outside the Church of the Nativity, traditionally believed by Christians to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ, in the West Bank town of Bethlehem. (Majdi Mohammed/Getty Images)

In a Hong Kong shopping mall, visitors play with shredded paper and Christmas decorations during Christmas Eve. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)

Pancho Claus, Rudy Martinez, prepares to hands out gifts in a class during a visit to Knowlton Elementary School, in San Antonio. Pancho Claus, a Tex-Mex Santa borne from the Chicano civil rights movement in the late 1970s and early 1980s, is now an adored Christmas fixture in many Texas cities. (Eric Gay/AP photo)

Indian Christians hold candles ahead of Christmas in Ahmadabad, India, Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2013. Though Hindus and Muslims comprise the majority of the population in India, Christmas is celebrated with much fanfare. (Ajit Solanki/AP Photo)

In Sydney, Australia, shoppers flock to stores as retailers experience boost in sales. Australian retailers experience some of their busiest trades in the days leading up to Christmas with at least $20 billion spent already. (Brendon Thorne/Getty Images)


People sing Christmas carols at the fifth annual carol service being held inside the 13th century St Giles church in the village of Imber on December 21, 2013 on Salisbury Plain, England. (Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

A diver dressed in a Santa Claus costume swims with fish at Qingdao Underwater World on December 24, 2013 in Qingdao, China. (China Foto Press/Getty Images)

A close up of rowers dressed in Santa Claus costumes take part in the Christmas costume Regatta on the Grand Canal on December 21, 2013 in Venice, Italy. The Christmas Regatta, now in it’s fourth year, is an event organised by University of Ca Foscari. (Marco Secchi/Getty Images)

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Christmas party hair ideas from Lady Gaga and Jessie J


The Christmas Season is around the corner, It makes us so exciting,Christmas costume party with Santa Claus costume and snowman costume is the most amazing thing to us.

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Lady Gaga and Jessie J got into the Christmas spirit this weekend, with a few festive party hair ideas we’re just dying for more people to start trying.

Take Gaga’s look for example. Wouldn’t you love to see Brenda from accounts working that at the office party?

Judging by that picture however, it seems to be ‘one of those trends’ men won’t get. Surprising, eh?

Then we have Jessie J’s take on the classic red Christmas tree bauble. A slicked Marcel wave heavily coated in bright red glitter, we’d like to see how many washes this one takes to spell the end of glittery pillows.
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Santa Claus visits Havre de Grace


Havre de Grace’s Christmas parade was rained out Friday, but city residents braved the cold Saturday evening to see the city’s downtown Christmas tree lit and, most importantly, for the children present, visit Santa Claus costume.

“Welcome to our beautiful city!” Mayor Wayne Dougherty told Santa and Mrs. Claus as they prepared to light the tree at St. John and Washington streets.123456

Once the brightly-colored lights came on, Santa and Mrs. Claus proceeded up Washington Street – which police officers had closed for foot traffic – to Santaland, where children sat on Santa’s lap and told him what they wanted for Christmas.

Santa was followed by a gaggle of excited children up Washington Street. The trees on each side were strung with lights, and downtown businesses were open for holiday visitors to the city.

Children and their parents lined up along Washington Street outside Santaland and waited to see Jolly Old St. Nicholas.

Members of Maryland Faerie Festival group of Darlington, who were dressed as mythical characters, entertained the children as they waited, by blowing bubbles and telling Christmas legends.

One member of the group was dressed as Krampus, a character who is found in Germanic and Austrian holiday mythology.

Krampus, also known as the “dark companion” of Santa Claus, or St. Nicholas, is a horned devil, who carries a switch in his hand and a basket on his back to deal with the children on Santa’s naughty list.

“That’s where Krampus comes in, because Santa doesn’t know what to do with the list of bad little girls and boys,” the costumed Krampus said.

He said the devil would punish children with his switch, or “if you’ve been really bad it’s into the back of the basket with you.”

The children would be carried away in the basket, and could be transformed into Krampus’ minions.

“Maintain the peace, do the right thing, Krampus doesn’t have any business with you,” he said.

Timothy Corbin, of Havre de Grace, dressed up as Waldo, from the “Where’s Waldo” book series. The reader must find Waldo, wearing thick black glasses and a red-and-white striped shirt and cap, in a large crowd of people in the pages.

Waldo, as portrayed by Corbin, could easily be found among the costumed characters entertaining children waiting for Santa Saturday.

Corbin has also appeared in his Waldo costume at city events such as First Fridays and the Graw Days Festival.

“In the books he can be anywhere he wants, so I thought, ‘Why can’t I?’ ” Corbin said.

Natasha and Jermaine Lowery ,of  Havre de Grace, brought their children Azareya, age 7, and Xavier, age 10, for their first visit with Santa.

“It’s a good outing,” Jermaine Lowery said. “Everybody gets to come out and appreciate Santa.”

He and his wife appreciated the Christmas decorations downtown.such as Sika Deer Mascot Adult Costume.

“They really have it festive down here,” Natasha Lowery said. “I really like it.”

Big News: Tony Hale Stars In ‘Doc McStuffins’ X-Mas Special


Christmas is coming to Disney’s Doc McStuffins in the form of a little elf named Tobias, voiced by the wonderful Tony Hale, star of Arrested Development and Veep.

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In this exclusive clip, Tobias the elf has broken a Christmas present intended for a child, and he needs Dottie McStuffins’ help to fix it, so that he doesn’t loose Santa‘s trust. Hale‘s Arrested Development co-star Jeffrey Tambor voices Santa Claus.


Doc McStuffins is a critically acclaimed animated Disney show, created for pre-schoolers. It follows a young African-American girl named Dottie who wants to be a doctor, and practices on her stuffed animals. However, once she puts on her stethoscope, her stuffed animals magically come to life.


Check out the clip, and an brief interview with Tony Hale about how his daughter’s love for Doc McStuffins made him want to voice a character on the show.


This episode, titled A Very McStuffins Christmas, premieres Sunday, December 1 on the Disney Junior Channel. Have you had saw it? There are so many lovely Dottie Doc Mcstuffins Mascot Costume in the market,Why not get her to home with your Christmas party?

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