In Toronto, dear old Santa wasn't the Santa we all know and love. In fact, most aren't and must have not checked the list twice because they seemed to have skipped themselves on the naughty list. In a Toronto mall, Santa told a young boy wearing a plaid jacket that he looked like a lumber jack. Under the jacket, he was wearing a Maple Leaf's jersey and Santa told the boy they suck. Another Santa, even made a little girl cry. He said he did not feel like having her on his lap and didn't want the germs! Most actually have kids sit on stools next to them to avoid urine and germs.
My brother-in-law's youngest child is a little younger than his oldest grandson. He took the two boys to see Santa. Santa asked Todd if he was having a guy's day out with his dad, and Todd said, "That's not my dad, that's my grandpa." When it was Micheal's turn, Santa said, "Isn't it nice that your grandpa brought you here today, and Micheal replied, "That's not my grandpa, that's my dad!" I think Santa was a little confused by the end of that visit.