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    Default Father christmas or santa?

    Santa!!

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    I much prefer Father Christmas

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    He's always been Hana Koko for both DH and I, he will be Hana Koko for our kids, but in our family he's a fictitious character.

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    Santa but my Granny (who is English) calls him Father Christmas.

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    My parents say father Christmas, I just say Santa cos it seems to be the common thing

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    We have always said Santa. But thanks to Peppa pig DD says Father Christmas.

    It doesn't bother me either way.

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    Father Christmas. But I'm English.

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    We say Santa.

    MIL says Father Christmas and the children look at her a bit strangely... She's New Zealish with lots of British background.

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    It's Santa at our place


 

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