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    Wanted to share something funny

    My neighbor has a little boy whos 5 and is in kindergarten and a 2 year old little girl. The little girl calls me Nana as she can't quite say Deanna. She has started saying Char OH for Charles. Shes so cute. Anyways yesterday I was visiting them and and the little boy Hayden....was being a little bugger. Lillee (the 2 yr old) loves to play with my cell phone and she knows that I USUALLY will have it in my bra and she will pat me on the chest saying phone but it doesn't sound like phone but we know what she is trying to say and yesterday, she had my phone, she would put it up to her ear and jabber away and then put it up to my ear. So I pretend to be talking to Santa Claus and Hayden is just being a bugger and in this fake conversation to Santa, I say, Ohhhhhhh Santa, your going to put coal in Haydens Stocking? Oh dear Hayden is going to be so upset if you do that and is there any way that you can change your mind about putting coal in his stocking? And then I say oh okay I will tell Hayden that if he stops being a bugger and is a good little boy maybe you won't put coal in his stocking.
    So while we were at Walmart looking at the Christmas candy I saw this little net bag of COAL. Its candy and wrapped in black wrappers. So, I am going to stuff it in his stocking.
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    wow i bet he will straighten up in a hurry.

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    That is too funny!

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    LOL, that reminds me of one Christmas when I gave those bags of coal to my son & DH. Everyone laughed when my son opened his, but when DH opened his, it wasn't funny to him!! Big baby!
    Grandma of 5 beautiful grand kids, and 4 crazy cats!

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    I need about 4 of them, make that 5 and I will put it in my DD also! LOL
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    That was so cute. A couple years ago, my daughter who works at Black Thunder Mine out by Wright WY, did that. She brought real coal home and put in pkgs. for us. I still have them somewhere and I threaten to put coal in the stockings if the grandkids don't shape up.

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    One year, I was giving my grown son a huge gift that I didn't want to have to wrap. So, i took a rock and used a Sharpie and painted it black, put a note in it about him not being so good that year so Santa left him coal. Now this son when growing up was hardly ever in trouble unlike his other brother. When he opened it, he got the strangest look on his face and his older brother just cracked up laughing. The grandkids wanted to know what Daddy got. Finally, I couldn't stand it any longer so went into the closet where I have his gift stashed and brought it out to him. There was a look of relief on his face...just goes to show that even grown kids still "Believe"! LOL

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    This would be for someone a little older who could read, but I have seen taking a bag of minature marshmallows and enclosing a poem
    You've been bad so here's the scoop, instead of presents - here's snowman poop!
    Arlene

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    That is funny! I thought I was the only one that put their phone in their bra. I don't carry it all the time and that's the only place that I hear it ring and answer it. Everyone jokes that I keep my phone in my treasure chest.

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    Cute idea! Years ago when my two were little, they each, different years, got a present of "sticks and rocks" as we don't have any coal around here. That seemed to straighten them up for a while.

    PS - I love your "signature line" and I have copied it and will read it to myself everyday! Sure applies to here.
    Nikki in MO

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