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Date: Sun, 24 Dec 2017 12:01:41 +0100
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For those that think that saint Nick is the giver of all goodies during 
the season there could be interesting to know that he has a predecessor 
in poolside... The Julebocken!


To confuse things further he has put on a disguise with attire 
resembling of  the German/Anglo-Saxon Nick but he still knocks politely 
on doors on Christmas eve. He answers to the codename "Jultomten"... 
The tomtes are an ancient sibling to the mankind of the north and have 
clothing resembling av St Nick! The Tomtes are nice and friendly if 
your are humble and give them porridge and candy in the midst of 
winter! :-))


Have a Merry One!
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