Subject: Re: OT.Alt.Christmas
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From: David Taylor <>
Subject: Re: OT.Alt.Christmas
Date: Sun, 24 Dec 2017 11:45:09 +0000
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On 24/12/2017 11:01, android wrote:
> 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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