What’s In Santa’s Sack??! Sunday

Hey there all you silly lil Addict Readers!!

Seems Santa got in a lil TOO much “Egg Nog” for the holidays (probably didn’t help he ate a few too many brownies in Colorado too.) So it seems that his Santa Sack is not quite empty. OH NO!!! Leftover Gifts???!!!

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Welcome to the Sunday Edition of What’s In Santa’s Sack??!

Today, we want to know… What was your favorite gift when you were a child? 

Feel free to elaborate in the comments below what it was and why. Have fun, but stay within the Addicts Guidelines. 

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Keep an eye out every day for the What’s In Santa’s Sack Post to go live. You never know what FREE Goodies the Addicts have in store for you. 😉

All you have to do is comment on the post to enter. That is it. You will have until 9:59 PM EST tonight to do so.

For complete details and restrictions, see the main post HERE. 

 

  Good Luck!!!

Alissa & Bunny & Wookiee

538 responses to “What’s In Santa’s Sack??! Sunday

  1. When I was a child my favorite gift was a nintendo console 😝. Until now I still play nintendo 3d 😄. Merry Christmas everyone 💕💕

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  2. A contest? Tell me more! Origin ID is skamito!

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  3. I remember getting a Texas Instruments 99/4A computer in the early ’80s. While I enjoyed the games, I went on to spend 100’s of hours writing my own programs. Ahhhh, the memories:)

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  4. Baby Alive. Th one that tossed the silver ball

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  5. I remember getting a Sega Genesis when I was a kid. I was so excited and played it nonstop 🙂

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  6. Ginny doll, before Barbie, she had attitude and spunk plus outfits for travel, sports, parties – spent many happy afternoon planning what outfit to next purchase!

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  7. My stuffed raccoon puppet Squeaky when I was 2.

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  8. I remember getting a Texas Instruments 99/4A computer in the early ’80s. While I enjoyed the games, I would go on to spend 100s of hours writing my own programs. Ahhhhh memory lane:)

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  9. Micronauts!

    A giant wasp airship and it’s micronaut rider. It was long before Transformers or Go-Bots. A department store downtown used to decorate all it’s windows with different Christmas Themes. One was with all sci-fi toys like an alien space battle. It had different action figures, but the Micronaut ones enthralled me!

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  10. The original Transformers were big when I was a kid. I vividly remember coming downstairs to find them lined up on the living room couch. To this day I still collect them.

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  11. Cabbage patch dolls!

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  12. My favorite gift was an simple shirt, given by my older sister. It’s not the best because it’s expensive or beauty, but because it was the first gift she bought with her own money, and considering we were really poor, that was huge for me. I still have it save in my wardrobe, well saved!

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  13. One of my favs was a Pocket Rocker that had one little tape. The only song I had was “Catch me I’m falling” so that was my jam!

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  14. I would say my favorite gift for Christmas was a Tony doll and my mother made some beautiful clothes for her. I still have the doll, but I had cut her hair. My mother thought maybe I wanted to be a hair stylist. Also a veteran because I kept finding stray kittens. Lol. I was neither. Hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas. Mary Jo

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  15. My homemade cabbage patch doll. My mom went to a “how to” class because I really wanted one for Christmas, but stores couldn’t keep them on the shelves. I still have “Cindy”.

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  16. In high school my folks got me my first video camera. Back before cell phones, let alone ones with decent cameras, were commonplace, suddenly having the ability to actually shoot my own movies was amazing (even if the movies I shot weren’t).

    (sorry if this somehow double posts; having browser issues tonight)

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  17. A complete set of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with storage shells!

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