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Sunday, December 11, 2011

Santacon hits The Big Apple

"Santacon is a non-denominational, non-commercial, non-political and non-sensical Santa Claus convention that occurs once a year for absolutely no reason." From the website, which is NOT suitable for young children.
 
It was Saturday in New York City that thousands of Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus and all their imitators, elves, gingerbread men and women, helpers, reindeers and  others in somewhat confusing holiday costumes wandered through town, joining the elbow-to-elbow crowd. 
The Santa and Company crowd with their smiles, ho-ho-ho, and singing made the crowded city even more interesting than the usual exciting NYC Christmas trip. Most were young adults, whose enthusiasm made even the most Grinch-like smile. It was a big pre-Christmas party, and one Santa admitted that his group was going bar hopping-- not shopping.

The website includes new verses for traditional Christmas songs, jokes and photos, some of which is NSFW or young children. It's irreverent, racy, and the video is about six steps beyond what Santa would consider 'naughty'. Still, all the Santas provided some fun entertainment.









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