Who else?! Santa doesn't not exist!
And his fingerprints are NOT on record. The 'criminal' will never be caught, despite the fact he has instigated a lot of copy-cat crimes.
If he's not Santa (no suit) maybe he's just a cookie monster.
Did he leave any presents?
Silly, idden it?Pearl
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Sounds like the same dude who tried that at my house last Christmas Eve!
Merry Christmas to all my darlings. Yes, you know it's me, Uncle RH; stormy, passionate, widow's favourite; all for love, pawning everything.
mm; could have been the Cookie Monster from Sesame Street.Elephant's Child; no fingerprints on record? Oh, of course, Santa wears gloves, it's cold at the North Pole.Manzanita; it's either Santa or the Cookie Monster.Delores; I don't see any presents under that tree, perhaps they were on the naughty list.Pearl; yes. Who calls the cops on Santa? There's one sure way to get on his naughty list.Delores; thank you, will send as soon as I finish these comment replies. klahanie; he does get around. There's a lot of mysterious cookie disappearances this time of year. R.H. Merry Christmas to you too. So you're the one keeping the pawn shops in business.
LOL :)I'm thinking that police man does not believe in Santa :)betty
betty; I'm wondering why the couple called the cops. It's Christmas, cookies go missing all over the world.
How do they know he ate them? Did he leave crumbs? Perhaps he was going to take them to distribute to the needy, because even with his jolly tummy, I doubt he could eat ALL of the goodies left out for him.The reindeers always took a carrot and a drink at our house, but funnily enough Santa was more interested in the Cooper's Pale Ale than in the plate of biscuits :-)
Marie; the eating is an assumption of course, no-one ever knows whether or not Santa eats the cookies. I'm just astonished that anyone would call the cops on Santa.