JoJo Bean


(Dodgy Dave Tale) Your Not A Real Santa


(Dodgy Dave Tale) Your Not A Real Santa


Well if you haven't heard by now
Dodgy Dave wears many Hats somehow
Somehow he is always dressed up other than himself
And this time it's not Santa's elf

He is dressed as Santa in all red and white
Volunteered to make kids faces bright
But just one mistake on his plan
He was carrying his mobile phone in his hand

So up stepped the next kid in line
Stating 'Your not the real Santa kind!
Santa's don't have mobile phones!
With all those rings and funny tones'

Quick to think David came back with his best
He said, 'That's my two way radio I contest!
The reindeer must warn me of a ticket on way.
In case the traffic warden puts one on my sleigh! '


Quick thinking David...Your Santa on the spot
Now little Johnny doesn't think your not


24 Aug 2008


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Submitted: Sunday, August 24, 2008


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  • Thad Wilk (8/24/2008 7:14:00 PM)

    Nice read JoAnn! Quick thinking - on Santa's part! *10*! !
    Best wishes,
    Friend Thad (Report) Reply

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