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Dear Santa

What I want for Christmas is

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Dear Santa
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Dear Santa,

You may feel a little odd getting this letter, I haven’t written a letter to you since I was maybe 6 or 7. I stopped believing in you for a long time because a lady at my school told my class full of second graders you weren’t real, but really, what does she know. I’m in college now so my list has probably changed quite a bit. If you even get a quarter of it down I’ll be happy. So, here it goes:

  1. A 4.0 GPA all through college
  2. If number 1 is too hard then maybe just an unlimited source of money, either is good.
  3. World peace? if that is even a thing
  4. Unicorns to be real
  5. An invitation to Hogwarts
  6. A car, like any kind
  7. One new house for each of my family members and myself
  8. $10 for every time I’ve hit the delete key on my laptop
  9. A Chanel purse specifically this one
  10. Healthy hair
  11. Health in general for everyone
  12. My skin to stop being dry
  13. Headphones that don’t tangle
  14. A school bus that I can make into a hippie van
  15. Continued happiness
  16. New happiness for those who don’t have it
  17. These shoes
  18. This vanity
  19. An end to world hunger
  20. An end to animal cruelty
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