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16 of the funniest answers to how parents should explain Santa delivering gifts in a pandemic.

16 of the funniest answers to how parents should explain Santa delivering gifts in a pandemic.

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Parents who celebrate Christmas or choose to tell their children about the fantastical tale of "an immortal old man/elf coming down their chimney to deliver gifts" are used to coming up with some seriously creative reasons for why "Santa" behaves the way he does...

Whether it's telling your kids that all parents are given Santa's personal contact information when they have children so that they can call him whenever a child is misbehaving and revoke present options, or coming up with a crafty excuse for why 6-year-old Jeremy down the street got a horse from "Santa," parents are experts at protecting the Santa story.

So, when a recent Reddit user asked a very on-brand 2020 question, "It's more than likely that Covid-19 will still be around at Christmas time - how are we going to explain to kids that Santa is still allowed to go into millions of houses?" parents were quick to come up with some clever and hilarious justifications to preserve Santa folklore during a pandemic. While parents of course have more important things to worry about right now, COVID-19 changing our holiday plans is a very real possibility. Teaching young children how to protect themselves and others is key. So, mask up those reindeer, Santa! It's time to sanitize the sleigh...

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Santibodies. - ILikePancakes87

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