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St. Nick — hittin’ the sauce!

for The Brooklyn Paper

The many faces of Claus were on display at the “Santa Con” at Brooklyn Bowl on Sunday, giving us exclusive pics of St. Nick as you’ve never seen him! (Far left) Santa grabs a smoke. (Top) The ever-jolly seasonal icon chugs a cold one. (Left) The Big Man texts about all the fun guys he’s meeting.

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Christmas Kringle from north hole says:
Ummmmmm sauce, love santa sauce.... dribble it on my tounge, Christmas in my mouth.

Merry ho ho ho noel.

Santa me 4 now.
Dec. 16, 2009, 10:07 am
Aspen from Colorado says:
You cheap and tawdry miscreant! Wait until Santa's elves have at you for your unspeakable desires. (You'd probably like that, though).
Dec. 21, 2009, 4:28 pm

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